10 Yoruba wedding hashtags you’ll love

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 trend we’ve seen couples embrace recently is the use of indigenous wedding hashtags. Today, we’ll be sharing 10 Yoruba-inspired wedding hashtags we’ve spotted and we think you’ll love them too.

#àwánjoláolúwa: 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.

#OluwaKade: When Adebola Williams (Debola Lagos) & Kenny Daniel had their civil wedding earlier this year, their hashtag #OluwaKade was born and we love it

#àṣéwẹ́rẹ́niṣẹ́olúwa: When chef, Gbubemi Fregene (Chef Fregz) and actress, Lala Akindoju got married, we all fell in love with their wedding hashtag.

#IyawoLodeIlori: Nigerian stylist, Bukunmi Adeaga (popularly known as Kie Kie) and Tunji got married in 2020 and we love her wedding hashtag – #IyawoLodeIlori

#Toluwalashe: Gbolahan and Oyindamola said ‘I Do’ recently and their wedding hashtag was #Toluwalashe.

#Oniseiyanuloluwa: Oluwabusola and Oluwatobi’s wedding hashtag

#awimayęhun: Kike and Alex got married in 2019; we featured their love story, which all started in church.

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