Posts tagged marriage
The dream is free, the hustle is sold separately...We've written a book!

So if you follow us on social media, you might have seen at the weekend that we announced we’ve written a book! We wanted to firstly say a massive thank you - we’ve been so overwhelmed by all the encouragement and love we’ve received over the last few days.

It has been a secret we’ve had to keep for a while so we’re excited the news is now public. We recently sat down with a friend to talk about the journey, what we’ve learnt and how we hope people will be impacted by the book. Enjoy!

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How I chose my bridesmaids

Wedding planning in so many ways is fun, and in other ways is so stressful. So, from the outset I knew that picking my #BrideSquad was something to think carefully about. 

During the wedding process, I’ve realised there are so many areas you need to negotiate and compromise on but your bridal party shouldn't be one of them!

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Announcing My Bridesmaids

So as we near the end of a busy year, I’m excited to finally have the time to focus on our wedding!

After getting engaged, we started off with our engagement party in May and the next part of #MeetTheAfolabis was announcing our bridal train.

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How did I know he was the one?

A few weeks ago I wrote an Instagram post on how I knew Ayo was the one (for me) and I had a lot of comments, DMs and questions so I thought I’d expand a little further.

There are so many varying opinions on the concept of ‘the one’. Opinions on whether there is just one person for each of us, whether we should be pro-active in seeking out this person or let them find us, whether we should make a list or not, and so on. 

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Date Night with The Kolade's

Over summer, we had the opportunity to have dinner with the beautiful blogger Finally Fiona and her awesome husband Laolu Kolade. We shared, talked and laughed about balancing work and purpose, protecting your marriage as you share your life on social media, faith and what they’ve learned in their first two years of marriage.

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