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Monday, October 30, 2017

Wedding Souvenirs......

Most people attend Weddings because of the Souvenirs shared out to guest......
Sometimes these gifts depends on the price of the aso-ebi and the financial strength of the hosts.....



What is the most expensive Souvenir you ever got from a wedding?
What would be your reaction if you go to a wedding and you did not get any or none was given?

Gone are the days when plastic was shared out in weddings..Infact it has been out phased by other better things....I have heard of a wedding where wads of dollars was part of the Souvenir........






33 comments:

  1. Ain't no party like a Yoruba party!!!!!

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    1. I agree wholeheartedly and nah, I ain't Yoruba.

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    2. I agree and the binis too

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    3. I be bini person, which Bini? Everybody knows that the yorubas are the best!!!

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  2. This is the type of wedding people supposed to attend. The aso ebi would be like from N100,000 upwards.

    very lovely. Still remembering my bros wedding when i had to share toasters.

    Nowadays brides dont share souvenirs even when you gift them.

    This wedding na helele

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    1. Linus na washing machine you share abi you forgot ni

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  3. The most expensive I got as a souvenir was 5yrds of dry lace given to all the bride's friends.
    I have also gifted people with Ankara about 4yrds each though it wasn't much but I almost got choked cos everybody wanted the atampa

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  4. Hehehehehehe
    Comes in handy I must say.
    And I can see salt there tooπŸ˜‚
    Yorubas make parties litty-lit!πŸ‘Œ
    They can like to share plentyyyy sourvenirs. Not surprising to see 10 wedding sourvenirs in one wedding.

    One of these days,someone wil share lands as wedding souvenirπŸ˜‚

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    1. Let the land be in V.I. Pls. . How are you dear?

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    2. I'm thinking of gifting panties to the ladies and boxers for the guys during my wedding.


      DontQuoteMe™

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    3. Agie baby!😘
      I'm good sugar and bet u are too😍

      Ela Bobo!πŸ˜‚
      Pls be serious for once!

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  5. My wedding I will share private jet God's willing. All of you are invited...just be praying let God embarass me with moneyπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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  6. No be small thing oo. Well, you give as the Lord has blessed you.

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  7. I have collected a microwave for aso ebi 30k in 2006. I have seen cway water bottle, life mmee, as in goat. Yes, goat. I have seen quarter bag of garri and rice. I saw at a lagos island party big loaf of bread, big milo and big powdered peak tin milk. Yorubas, respect!

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    1. Ahahah... Goat ke? Eleyi gidi gan o...

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    2. I don attend the one they shared,bread,shampoo,many things

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  8. I realy would never be upset if I don't get souvenir. I even most times.forget bout it.


    My most useful souvenirs has got to be Weighing scale, then a flatner.
    Cant speak.of expensive cos I really dont know.the prices of these things.

    I like the camp gas idea oh, but it feels just expensive. Why spend so much when guests should be the.one.gifting you.

    I dont support the asoebi idea. Makes it look like its business.


    Went for a wedding, the dignitaries were gifted flat screen TV. This was in 2012 when it was still expensive. Well. Most of those people can afford it and most likely already have it so..whats the use.

    In my time, I hope to consider giving what can be utilized (eg, hair dryer etc) over price.

    Oh, ive gotten a dinner set before. That should be the most expensive I guess. A complete flamboyant set

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    1. When I did my wedding, my mum insisted I must give out my aso ebi at the exact amount I got them. No shi-shi on top. She said its extortion, I kukuma obeyed her o.

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  9. What do you mean by MOST PEOPLE ATTEND? How do you arrive at MOST? Can one attend a friend or family member’s wedding without the thought of souvenirs?

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  10. I attended a wedding this past Saturday, small plastic bowls were given as souvenirs. I gave umbrella �� for mine. Yoruba parties i like, they don't fall hand.

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  11. My most expensive souvenir iv ever collected is smoothie maker. I'm yet to even use it, its still in the box.
    And there wasn't even aso-ebi, just 10k head tie.
    My mum has collected table top cooker with 2 burners, but the aso-ebi was like 60k which my mum said cant pass 30k in Lagos market. And this was years ago when 60k was like 100k.
    Trust my Yoruba peeps especially lagos island people. You will come back with washing up liquid, sugar, milk, tray, even sardine and Maggi, custard, milo etc. full breakfast.
    A souvenir I really like was my friends wedding. She gave a make up bag. Inside was lip gloss, eye-liner, mascara, nail polish, white powder etc and quality ones.

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  12. Stella people still buy plastic as Sourveniers o,daada set!
    Iv never gotten anything out of the box dou,a couple of nice things but not so expensive!
    I get a lot of orders stressing on N200-N400 per item,who get plenty money to throw like this politicians?

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  13. Yoruba weddings no d dey carry last.

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    I love yoruba weddings.

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  15. Is that a camp gas? I saw a pic where bottles of agbo, even packs of ijebu garri was given out as surveniors. Yoruba families know how to throw parties πŸ˜†

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  16. Wow,I never taken an expensive souvenir
    Yoruba's parties are lit

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  17. I love this kind of wedding....

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  18. Alright





    Charitybino

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  19. Got phones, live goat which was shared or should I say handed to you at the entrance while leaving the engagement party.

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