Former Escape Night Club boss, Richard Nnadi aka Duke of Spades had his traditional wedding with his beau, Creative director of Zaron cosmetics, Chioma Nwakwesi. Here is what you did not know about the traditional wedding.
It is no longer news that the King of Lagos Nightlife and former Escape Nightclub owner, Richard Nnadi had his traditional wedding with the love of his life, Chioma Nwakwesi and Creative Director at Zaron Cosmetics.
The traditional wedding was on the Island yesterday was heavily star studded with the big names in the entertainment industry.
However the Duke of Spades did something quite unconventional at his traditional wedding.
He turned it into a mini bazaar, with several food vendors and start-up catering services plying their wares at the wedding reception. A guest at the unconventional ceremony, said over 10 upcoming caterer attended to the needs of 200 guests.
A close source to the nightlife boss, divulged that the Duke of Spades wanted to give small business owners a chance in the heavily saturated market of wedding catering.
The source went on reveal that the agreement the Duke had with the vendors was they would pay for the primary cost and then promote their business at his own wedding.
Quite unconventional wouldn’t you say.
According to wedding guests, the hall was not as packed as the nightlife boss led many to believe and many guests did not honour the wedding invitation. Thus to fill the empty spaces at the wedding, guests were calling friends and family to attend.
Talk about a ‘mogbo mo ya’ situation.
The wedding was graced by notable celebrities like Don Jazzy, Falz d bahd guy, Paul Okoye, Yaw, Lasisielenu and Tonto Dikeh amongst other notable celebrities.
Furthermore, actress Tonto Dikeh who is also the best friend of the groom Richard Nnadi aka Duke of Spade is set to be the best man for the white wedding
The Duke of Spades has revealed that the white wedding will hold in Paris, although Olofofos say the destination wedding may be a ploy to have a much smaller hidden celebration they can afford.