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Love in Your Eyes: Ntuthu & Akan’s Efik and Xhosa Wedding in Port Elizabeth, SA
We’re so happy about today’s wedding! Ntuthu is Xhosa & Akan is Efik. The bride is South African while the Groom is Nigerian. The couple had their traditional wedding at the bride’s family home, and their white wedding at a beautiful boutique hotel in Port Elizabeth in the province of Eastern Cape, South Africa. You […]
"...to think, we almost did cupcakes."
It was only a matter of time. No, not a matter of time before the Evil Cake Genius caved, and started making wedding cupcakes. A matter of time before she blogged a raving manifesto against this plague on the American wedding scene. I could wax on for pages about my disdain for these soul-less, uncouth desserts. How the thought of formally dressed guests peeling a soggy cupcake liner off of their dessert and eating it with their bare hands makes every etiquette bone in my body shudder. How a…