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#EniOye2018: Lagos Set For Biggest Wedding Of 2018 As Oba Elegushi’s Brother’s White Wedding Holds Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Lagos will witness the continuation of a grand show of class and affluence that started last weekend. As you read this, everything is set for the white wedding of Oyekan Elegushi, a trained lawyer and his pretty bride, Eniola Oladunjoye, one of the daughters of Mrs Saidat Oladunjoye, a politician and former Commissioner for Education in Lagos. The event holds at the Landmark Events Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.  Those who attended their traditional and engagement party that took place at the Habour Point Event Centre last weekend are definitely looking forward to another grand party tomorrow.

The engagement party last weekend remains a major talk of the town. It was a two venue-themed party. Over 3000 guests that attended the party were separated into two sides; one for the couple’s friends and the other for their parents and their guests. Only Habour Point could do justice to such arrangement.

The grooms elder brother, Oba Saheed Elegushi and his pretty wife Olori Sekinat Aramide were the host.

Immediately the invites and aso ebi  were sent out, it appeared the Lagos social circuit obviously couldn’t wait for the day to come. This is because the Elegushis are known to always throw big and lavish parties.

It was like the whole of Lagos stood still for the Elegushi and Oladunjoye families last weekend. It was indeed royal wedding, and those who have been invited for the white wedding tomorrow are looking out for a bigger experience.

Apart from the 2 families having all it takes to throw such a big wedding, they have also contracted the best hands to handle it.

Eventful, Kehinde Onabanjo’s Finesse Events are in charge of planning and decoration respectively. FineseEventsWeddings also doubles as the event stylist. The best vendors in the event industry have also been contracted. Socialites who love big parties say the engagement party was a good way to kick off the year 2018.

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