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Here's a Nigerian wedding practice we should stop immediately

Last Updated on June 17, 2021 by MyGh.Online

No, this is not even remotely about bride price.

But that’s not all there is to our wedding culture. There are parts of it that are not as glamorous, or as laudable as the parts we like to project to the world with our glossy wedding pictures and wedding stories on Instagram and other channels.

And while the heavily-contested bride price culture might readily jump to mind, there are some other [lesser known] pertinent ones that need to be cut off ASAP.

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So there’s this thing that people do that does not make much sense. They hassle you for not being invited to your wedding. Like, how do you feel that bold or OK to pick a fight with someone for not being invited to their wedding?

It’s time to dead the habit. It’s a bad one.

They had list of guests in mind and you did not make it. It’s really not a big deal. Move on. There will be many more weddings in the future.

And think of it like this: you were saved the stress and financial burden of buying aso-ebi, dealing with a tailor, spending money on a make up artiste, being out on a Saturday, facing traffic when you could be resting or just about doing anything you feel like doing.

https://www.pulse.ng/lifestyle/relationships-weddings/heres-a-nigerian-wedding-practice-we-should-stop-immediately/x1ff9k5

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