When it comes to choosing your wedding hashtag, there are several formulas that can work. We’ve seen couples merge their names + the year of the wedding (e.g. #AdeOla2020), pick a word that means something to the relationship (e.g. #KukuMarryMe2019), etc. One growing wedding hashtag trends we’ve seen couples embrace recently is the use of indigenous wedding hashtags. Today, we’ll be sharing 10 Yoruba-inspired wedding hashtag ideas we’ve spotted and we think you’ll love them too.
Definitely one of our favorite Yoruba-inspired wedding hashtags ever. Yinka and Damilola got married in 2020; read their love story if you missed it.
When Adebola Williams (Debola Lagos) & Kenny Daniel had their civil wedding earlier this year, their hashtag #OluwaKade was born and we love it
When chef, Gbubemi Fregene (Chef Fregz) and actress, Lala Akindoju got married, we all fell in love with their wedding hashtag.
Nigerian stylist, Bukunmi Adeaga (popularly known as Kie Kie) and Tunji got married in 2020 and we love her wedding hashtag – #IyawoLodeIlori
Gbolahan and Oyindamola said ‘I Do’ recently and their wedding hashtag was #Toluwalashe.
Oluwabusola and Oluwatobi’s wedding hashtag