A white gown, veil, something adopted, old, new and blue - these are all the components important to a traditional wedding dress. And as with every belief, there's a rationale for every feature in the wedding rite. And though we are all used to seeing white hues on a wedding dress, you don't have to look very far for an entirely different approach to the bride's attire. And as the cultures and wedding ceremony traditions vary from country to country, so does the unique dresses. Some brides adorn themselves in colorful wedding dresses, others paint their hands and faces by local customs, and some hide their faces completely behind layers of jewelry or veils.
Not everybody upholds these wedding traditions of course, and not everybody chooses the classical wedding dress color, and many people wear what they want for their Big Day, but this list I compiled for you provides a fascinating insight into the different ways that different people can celebrate the same occasion.
Traditional weddings in Ghana are often very colorful, and each family has its own cloth pattern that features on the bride and groom's wedding outfits.
Ghanaian traditional weddings are known to be full of hype and color. They are filled with dance, music, family banter, class and the best in African kente fashion styles. There is a reason why Ghanaian traditional weddings are the definition of splendor; the kente styles represent the beautiful Ghanaian culture and heritage. Ghanaian couples, the bride and the groom, often wear matching ceremonial attire for their traditional wedding.
Below is a carefully curated photos of Ghanaian traditional dresses of different kente styles to inspire you for your traditional wedding.
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