The Edo, people also called Bini people of southern Nigeria, speak a language of the Benue-Congo branch of the Niger-Congo language family. They are part and parcel of the famous Ancient Bini Kingdom that was looted by the British for their Bronze. At the turn of the 21st century, the Edo people numbered about 3.8 million. Their territory is west of the Niger River and extends from hilly country in the north to swamps in the Niger Delta. The Edo bridal culture is that of opulence featuring Gorgeous apparels and extensive coral beads.
Edo is also the vernacular name for Benin City, the centre of the Benin kingdom, which flourished from the 14th to the 17th century.
If you are searching for a beautiful African look for your wedding, this traditional bridal beauty look; is for you, so you rock your big day with finesse and style.
The Okuku hairstyle is a trademark of the Bini bridal look and on this shoot it was made by Casablanca Glam.
Beads and Okuku: @casablanca_glam