Kente Style Inspiration For The Ghanaian Brides. Black is for every beautiful, which is why most African brides we see always look stunning on their big day. Be it during introduction, engagement or wedding ceremonies, you just have to give it to African brides to rock fab and stunning attires.
Kente is a colourful fabric hand-woven by Ghanaian weavers. The brilliant colours and wonderful designs associated with Kente have definitely made this fabric stand out at your occasions. Interestingly every kente design has a story with a proverbial meaning. It is evident that Ghanaians revere the kente cloth with most preferring to adorn themselves with the fabric for engagement or wedding ceremonies, enstool ceremony of chiefs or celebration of a grand occasion.
Ladies and gents who opt for kente say the fabric’s stamina in not fading easily is its appeal. Back in the day, women wore 2 pieces or 1 piece kente cloth about 2 yards long and 45 inches wide wrapped round the waist to form a floor-length skirt. Men wear the cloth in much the same way as the ‘Toga’ was worn by the ancient Greeks, and it would seem that these ancient people must have been in contact centuries ago despite the distance.
Let take a look at how Ghanaian brides rock their Kente attires for their introduction/engagement ceremony.