Holla people! Hope you are having a fantabulous Wednesday. I’m in a good mood this afternoon so I’ve decided to share another amazing find. My first ever Had To Share post, got such a great response that since then I’ve been on the look out for more quirky, precious ideas that you can’t help but love.
When Ify contacted me about Bibi Invitations, I knew they were made for this post.
So what is Bibi Invitations? It is a Winnipeg, Canada based Wedding African Wedding Invitation Company and is the brain child of 3 female Nigerian entrepreneurs that made a decision to create a collection of wedding invitations that was a reflection of our bold an effervescent nature as Africans.
Bibi invitations line of Traditional African Wedding invitations offers an incredible opportunity for brides looking to announce their traditional wedding with a low cost alternative while at the same time having the option to customize and print unlimited quantities of their invitation, when and where they choose, thus totally eliminating the last minute scramble to send invites to the 100 or so extra guests your well intentioned parents have added to your list. We also provide a social media version of your invitation to make it easy to announce your traditional wedding on facebook or email .
We are proud to introduce Cameroonian Traditional wedding invitations to our line Traditional invitations add a touch of whimsy and playfulness to your event while at the same time boundlessly celebrates our beautiful African Culture.
The traditional wedding ceremony plays such a huge role in the African tradition. Bibi Invitations cater to providing you with heart-warming, personalised invites that sets a beautiful backdrop to your traditionally themed wedding.
I can spot Bamilke, Bafut and Bafia amongst the Cameroonian traditional wedding invitations. Which can you spot?
My Fine Baby
One Kain Love
This concept is new and I must say I love it! Plus you can customize the invitations for any event. And what’s even more exciting? Bibi Invitations has a wide range of countries covered. Check out some of my favourites below:
Love Me Jeje
Ade Ori Mi
Obi Ate Meso Bo
Odo Ye De Sen Sika
Which invites are you in love with? I am in love the Cameroonian Traditional Engagement invite and the very elegant Nigerian ‘Yori Yori’ invite. Please visit the site for more information and prices.
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Love & Light xx