Covid-19: Wedding bells silenced by a pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has put life on pause for millions of people. Important life events and milestones have had to be canceled or postponed forever to help protect lives and properties. However, a few have been able to find a way around the seemingly dire situation.
India's lavish weddings go online in virus lockdown
Under lockdown and far apart, Sushen Dang and Keerti Narang went online to say their marriage vows -- and pulled off a spectacular Indian wedding complete with thousands of guests and raucous Bollywood dancing. In a country famous for lavish weddings that last for days, the young couple are among a growing number modifying their marriage ceremonies under a virus lockdown that has limited public gatherings.
Hayley Bieber explains why they waited a year for wedding ceremony
Hayley Bieber explains why they waited a year for the wedding ceremony, Stormi refuses to call Kylie Jenner Mommy, and Billy Porter launches scathing attack on Trump.
Big fat Indian wedding goes on a diet as slowdown bites
India's weddings are famously lavish -- lasting days and with hundreds if not thousands of guests -- but this season many families are cutting costs even if it risks their social standing. It's symptomatic of a sharp slowdown in the world's fifth-largest economy, with Indians spending less on everything from daily essentials to once-in-a-lifetime occasions.
Iseyin: Nigeria's home of Aso Oke
Cloth weaving also known as Aso-Oke started centuries ago amongst the Yoruba’s but predominantly amongst the Iseyin’s from Oyo-State and partly from some southwest Nigerian part. GuardianTV took a look at the cloth weaving business from its root.
Has the media turned on UK's Prince Harry and wife Meghan?
Less than a year after their wedding, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have found themselves on the receiving end of some less than flattering media coverage as they prepare for the birth of their first child this Spring.
No to expensive weddings
The Chinese government is set to reform the country’s expensive wedding practice. The ministry of civil affairs has called for an end to expensive wedding gifts, lavish ceremonies, and high bride price demands.
Asia's richest person preps $100 Million wedding
Asia's richest man is scheduled to give away his daughter in a wedding that is estimated to come with a total price tag of about $100 million.
Metro Woman Marketplace: Eftinzz Events Outfit
Francisca Onyinye Ogunlade is the CEO of Eftinzz Events Outfit, creator of Nigeria's first Events Budget and Planning App presently on Google PlayStore and the producers of the pioneer Events and Wedding Exhibition (Beauty and Bride Exhibition) in Southwest Nigeria excluding Lagos State.