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Paul and Moyo: KFA Event Centre, Lekki, Lagos

I always love to meet my bride and groom before the wedding day. I love to have a relationship ongoing before the wedding day. That way we are friends and not two sets of strangers performing a scene in a stage play. It makes for an easier job, generates the kind of trust and understanding that ensures the wedding photographs are captured the best way possible and allows the couple trust you enough to allow you take control of the day. I have learnt that if this is not the case, a number of things can go wrong on the wedding day. For a lot of couples achieving this can be difficult due the differences in geographical location. It requires an understanding of the need for a connection for this to not be a problem.

In this respect, Paul and Moyo where a perfect couple. They made capturing their day an easy task. From the early moments I got to Moyo’s home, it was as if I had known the family for ever.  Mr Adeyekun himself was a photography enthusiast.  I had to joke that at the rate he was going, I would soon be out of a job.

Moyo’s friends were an excellent bunch and the day started with happiness and love. See the wedding photographs of Moyo and Paul. As all weddings start, it began with all the ladies lining up to look beautiful.  with grandpa screaming at them that they all have to be ready on time or get kicked out of the house… Meanwhile, Moyo was busy enjoying her day.  The handsome Mr Adeyekun Jnr The Beautiful Hand Maidens were hands on as they got the bride ready. When a Lady walks down the aisle, what goes on through her mind? Ladies, please share on the comment section.  Paul stood waiting for Moyo as she walked in on her fathers arm.  I love this church. Awesome lighting. As great as you get them in Nigeria.  This is my favourite as it was Paul and Moyo’s.  This was one wedding that had a lot of “Aislepadders”. With the arrival of the Nokia Lumia 1020 with a 41 Mega Pixel Camera, “Aislepad” photography is obviously going to take a turn for the better. Aislepadding can be intrusive and infuriating at times in weddings where there is no respect for the professionals that have been paid to document a wedding. But it can also serve to help in getting some creative shots.
The powers that be in the Anglican Community of Nigeria attended this event as Paul’s dad is a senior official of the church in Nigeria.  We decided to use this beautiful church for some of our pictures.
Our ticklish bride 😉 The reception party was a groovy affair.  This year is slowly coming to an end and the wedding season has picked up in earnest. We have a few weekends left. Call to book our day on 08025019121, 08183557625, 012957641. We are on twitter, Facebook, Whatsapp, Viber, BBM (278A4007). You can reach us on any of these media.

Do not forget to drop comments below for this cute couple.

©Akara Ogheneworo Photography

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  • Elaine Borges-Ibañez - July 20, 2013 - 3:23 pm

    Beautiful Nigerian wedding photos by Akara near Lagos. So full of life an fun.ReplyCancel

  • Reel Life Photos Elaine - July 20, 2013 - 4:22 pm

    WOW! You sure put in a load of work here Akara. Your bride exudes personality and happiness, so its great to see her personality come through in these pics. LOVE the couples silhouette close ups too. You are a true artist and people person, so everything you say about getting to know the couple first is very true. It makes all the difference if you can connect like you always do!ReplyCancel

  • Lewis Nkem - August 14, 2013 - 5:06 am
  • Femiluv - August 23, 2013 - 7:56 am

    Awesome pictures. Love the pictures of the bride and groom breaking it down on the dance floor.ReplyCancel

  • Edelqueen - September 24, 2013 - 8:29 am

    Wow..soooooo beautiful. Awesome pictures and luvly couple. HML!ReplyCancel

  • Kennedy Kwentua - November 9, 2013 - 3:36 pm

    Is this chapel part of the KFA offering? please advise as i may want to have mine here too..beautiful shot. i may contact you soon
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  • Edwin O. Akpoguma - February 10, 2014 - 3:19 pm

    Awesome!!!!ReplyCancel

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