LOVE! {African Style} Week # 3


Today’s post will focus on beautiful African brides who have that love glow ❤

There’s a treat at the end too! Stay tuned 🙂

883514_715211965155813_116705875_oHer Krobo beads x Kente Cloth!!!!! >>>>

Photo Credit: Afrodisiac Photography

Photo Source: Afrodisiac Facebook

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More beads and beauty! I loveee this!!! ❤ ❤

Photo Credit: Libran Eye Photography

Photo Source: Bella Naija


Mama bride and her  precious baby girl.

Photo Source: Bella Naija Weddings Facebook


Fashion and lifestyle blogger Karen All { her blog is Living My Bliss InStyle}. I read in the comments section of her Instagram that she actually purchased this material from Dubai and then had her seamstress sew the dress for her. So the material is actually from Dubai, who would’ve thunk?!? It looks so African but I guess it’s just the style that it was sewn into. #Beautiful   She looks like royalty.


Lots of orange in today’s post!

Photo Credit: Lightville Photography

Photo Source: Lightville Photography Facebook


More orange!

Photo Credit: TIXS Multimedia

Photo Source: TIXS Multimedia Facebook

Today’s treat!!!

Photo Credit:Chris Locke of Locke Shop Photography (

I am so happy about today’s suprise/ treat because it’s my first reader submission for this series. Fellow blogger D’aller Naturel  was kind enough to allow me to share her beautiful pictures above. Gorgeous couple! Check out her awesome blog here, especially if your’e into healthy eating, natural hair and style!

Thank you  D’aller Naturel!!! 🙂

Please feel free to email your pictures {reader submissions} for this series to!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend AND Labor Day!!!

~ Amma Mama

8 thoughts on “LOVE! {African Style} Week # 3

  1. Pingback: LOVE! {African Style} Week # 3 | D'aller Naturel

  2. Reblogged this on D'aller Naturel and commented:
    Fellow blogger Amma Mama runs a wonderful series called “Love! (African Style),” which features African brides/couples in their native attires. The pictures are wonderful and display the rich and diverse traditions that come out of Africa. This week, she was kind enough to incorporate my hubby and me into her series. Check out the original post below!

  3. Hello! The pics in your series are absolutely stunning! So thankful to my friend D’Aller Naturel for sharing such beauty! I am excited about exploring you blog further. Have a safe and fun holiday weekend! 🙂

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