Friday, August 9, 2013

Jumoke Ayadi, ‘New Village Headmaster’ Actress, Marries in Non-Traditional Wedding Gown

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Jumoke Ajadi, one of the Oloris in the rejuvenated Village Headmaster, got married to her long time partner, Oladipupo Adams at the Ikoyi Registry last week. Like Comedienne, Princess, and other non-traditional brides here and here, Jumoke wore a long, lace-trimmed, golden wedding dress.

Congrats to the couple and RML wishes them a happy married life.


  1. The dresses really suit her colour and full figure.

  2. for real?


    I seriously don't think the brown goes well with her dark complexion.
    Whatever happened to Purples and Blues. Even Reds and Oranges if she needed some color pop!
    Anyway, if she is ok that's fine - but some people really didn't get any gift in terms of color coordination. MHO.

    1. Even butter color or yellow would have flattered her well enough!
      The dress was not very nicely sewn, and her flowers? - yet she could afford to fix her nails. Lol

    2. Stop hating, this is not brown, it is champagne and the lace is butter yellow and gold.

    3. Whao!!

      And why would I hate on someone I don't even know?
      I think you're color blind (too)!
      Browse color swatches for that Champagne color. Google is your best friend!


    4. You may also tell me her purse is champagne color, as well as the organza net used to beautify the car!
      Why are people not very sincere these days anyway? If you aren't sure of the colors, just say so.
      All I can say is whether the color is/was brown or champagne or sandy or carton didn't do her outer beauty justice. Some other brighter colors may have done a better job.

      I know some people aren't good with colors but that's why they should consult friends. Woe betide them if their friends are also color blind! ...or if they have friends who would withhold the truth from them.

  3. Congratulation but I do not like the dress.

  4. Congratulations. Wishing her many more beautiful years ahead.


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