Models wear traditional Nigerian attire known as "aso oke" for a photo shoot for Wed Magazine. Aso-oke is hand-woven fabric worn at weddings, funerals and other formal occasions.
Inside Nigeria's wedding boom – Lola Ibekwe, a Nigerian bride in the traditional outfit from the south west region, puts the finishing touches to her make up on the big day.
A bride wears bold-colored ancestral robes with embroidered detailing around the neckline and traditional Nigerian gele headdress.
Inside Nigeria's wedding boom – A couple during their church ceremony.
Inside Nigeria's wedding boom – A bride and her husband at a Nigerian wedding. Nigerian weddings are becoming increasingly extravagant affairs.
A Nigerian couple make their way up the aisle, with the bride wearing a white gown and the groom in traditional attire.
Inside Nigeria's wedding boom – Models wear bridal gowns on the runway at a Lagos Wed Expo wedding exhibition. Organizers say about 10,000 people attended over two days.
A Nigerian couple cut their wedding cake, surrounded by guests in traditional attire.
Inside Nigeria's wedding boom – A bride and the bridal party at a Nigerian wedding. Nigerian weddings feature two ceremonies: a traditional ceremony and a "white wedding."
Inside Nigeria's wedding boom – Outside of the bridal party, wedding guests often dress in traditional attire. "Aso-ebi" is a Yoruba phrase referring to the clothes of the same fabric worn by the newlyweds' family and friends.