- Irene, a Kikuyu beauty, married the love of her life Jeanmax Loishorua in a colourful wedding
- Instead of the usual white wedding, the pair went for something better
- They both showed up to the event rocking traditional attire and they looked amazing
What makes a wedding beautiful? Is it the venue, the décor, the vibrancy of the attendees or is it the bride and groom?
It must be the bride and groom. The main characters and their attires!
If you doubt us then sit back, relax and take a look at these mighty fine photos of Irene Njoroge and her husband Jeanmax Loishorua during their big day.
Their wedding day started with bright smiles, energetic dances and hopeful hearts.
Irene enjoyed her Cinderella moment as she rode to the venue seated at the back left of a fancy car.
She looked like a Maasai princess who proudly donned her traditional ornaments around her neck, on her head and her wrists.
This bride changed the game and owned the stage. She was looking like a million bucks!
Her traditional wedding dress was a mix of angelic white with prints of blue plastered on a few parts of the dress.
It hugged the curvaceous woman tightly and flaunted her hourglass shape effortlessly.
The long gown was a dream and the tailor surely outdid themselves.
Irene brought some sass and added her spicy beauty to it. Call it the ultimate combo.
Her husband had on a blue outfit that complimented the bride’s look.
Loishorua looked like the perfect, dreamy Maasai hunk and represented his community fully during the event.
His outfit was simple yet unique. It had a sash that ran up to the bride’s knees and would swing whenever he jumped or danced.
In recent times, Nigerians have been sharing their achievements on social media to inspire others and @Bimbsy2 deemed it fit to do the same.
The young lady shared before and after photos of her kiosk where she deals in cable subscription and tweeps soon flooded the comment section of her post to share their thoughts.
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