‘Our Perfect Wedding’ winners enjoy their perfect wedding

Beatrice Muthoni putting the ring on the groomThe winners of the MNET/Multichoice reality TV show ‘Our Perfect Wedding’ finally had their big day last Saturday at CITAM Karen. Bride and Groom, Beatrice Muthoni and Daniel Makau were joined by their friends and family in a celebration of their love. The wedding which was MC’d by Dr Ofweneke and Robert Burale, was followed by a reception at the KCB Leadership Training Centre. Here are some sights and sounds.

Bridesmaids lined up outside the church

Bridesmaids lined up outside the church

Groom Daniel Makau waiting in the wings

Groom Daniel Makau waiting in the wings

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The best man and maid-of-honour making their way down the aisle.

The best man and maid-of-honour making their way down the aisle.

 MC Dr Ofweneke on the dais.

MC Dr Ofweneke on the dais.

 The bride's and groom's parents bestowing blessings on them.

The bride’s and groom’s parents bestowing blessings on them.

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Wedding swag on the pews.

Wedding swag on the pews.

Women welcoming the bride to the reception.

Women welcoming the bride to the reception.

Bride and groom cutting a rug.

Bride and groom cutting a rug.

Daddy Owen performed a medley of his hits.

Daddy Owen performed a medley of his hits.

 

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Bride and groom at the high table.

Bride and groom at the high table.

The tiered cake at the reception.

The tiered cake at the reception.

 

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