Nigerians say N350,000 is enough to plan an average wedding ceremony

Nigerians say N350,000 is enough to plan an average wedding ceremony

When it comes to planning a wedding in Nigeria, a lot of things go down the drain. From the hall decorations, wedding dresses, aso-ebi, make up, food among other things.

All these preparations never go down well without the assistant of an event planner. But most importantly, the planning strongly depends on your budget because there are some people who are ready to spend all the money in the world while some just opt for a pocket friendly wedding.

NAIJ.com took to its Facebook profile to ask Nigerians how much an average wedding cost. Many have come out to say except for the Igbo traditional wedding, an average wedding should cost about N350,000.

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A wedding planner Linda Agbonlahor said: “As a good wedding planner, N500,000 will be ok.in a wedding what matter most is the list and bride price roughly N100,000, food N100,000, please invite few people, use the bride compound or use a primary school compound for at least N50,000.

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One Amilarry Obi also disclosed that: “It depends on your definition of average. Mine was 5 years ago in Lagos and everything cost about half a Million which wasn't that bad. The traditional was about 350k in December 6 years ago.

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Calista Sonia also said that: “Wedding dress N25,000, man wear N25,000, food and drinks N250,000, cake N20,000, decoration N15,000, venue church hall, Mc N10,000 and DJ N10,000 and total should be N350,000.

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