- Allison Wakaba wanted to razzle and dazzle on her big day
- She made sure the venue was a beautiful garden with a scenic view
- The decor was impeccable and paid attention to detail, but the best part was the chopper she hired specifically for herself
What is your definition of a perfect wedding?
Let me guess, freshly cut flowers placed around all tables, a pearly white tent that can host hundreds of guests, tiny glass tables and chairs that accommodate at least three guests and an aisle covered in red carpet.
But let me let you in on a secret, you can also hire a chopper and a limo. That is if you are the boujee type who likes luxury.
Allison Wakaba, a bride on Facebook, knows how to get value for her money.
The Kenyan woman got married to the love of her life and was not willing to welcome mediocrity into her big day.
So, she threw a wedding celebration not worth missing. The beautiful woman had all the goodies lined up, from the wedding venue to the mode of transportation.
Shawty was not joking. She knew that was her one and only chance to say “I do” and it had to be escorted by expensive décor and a costly chopper ride.
Allison booked a beautiful garden where the party took place and even set aside a small portion where she landed in a chopper. There were photo sessions, laughter and love which made the day 10 times better.
In other marriage-related news by Briefly.co.za, having a wedding on a budget does not necessarily mean having to give up on the quality of the event.
It does, however, put more pressure on planning how to use the money available. A bride who recently found this to be true is a woman by the name of Christina Williams.
The lovely woman, who resides in Kenya, expressed that she wanted a beautiful wedding but also one that was simple, affordable and not too harsh on her pocket. The newlywed’s mother did it all, from designing the beautiful gown to sewing it in time for her daughter's special day.
Whenever Christina’s mum needed the bride to do fittings, she always called her home. Then the talented seamstress would make alterations and go back to work. Hilariously, anytime Christina did not want her husband to be to see her dress, the lady would hide in their children’s bedroom to try on the piece.
It was a white, mermaid shaped gown that was fitted with pieces of traditional fabric on the neck, sleeve and trail. The final result was remarkable.
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