Nigerian and American Multicultural Wedding in Texas: Rasheedah + Damian

Rasheedah and Damian were introduced by a mutual friend.  They went out for dinner shortly after that and the rest was history.  Their wedding is full of bright smiles and cute details with a vintage and chic theme.  Along with having her mother as her Matron of Honor and her daughter as her Mini Bride, Rasheedah’s most memorable moment was Brian Courtney Wilson singing “I Believe” for their first dance.

Rasheedah and Damian’s beautiful wedding was photographed by Christin Shoots People.  We’re sharing these stunning photos with our friends over at BellaNaija weddings + more images in the gallery here.

Bride: Rasheedah Ogunsuyi
Groom: Damian Ogunsuyi
Occupations: Business Owners
Wedding Date: December 1, 2012
Location: Las Velas, Houston, Tx

 

The Wedding Planning

“My wedding was amazing! My theme was vintage, shabby, and chic. Planning the wedding was challenging because I only had 4 months of planning time and we had over 10 vendors. I had an awesome planner and concierge service that helped organize our big day.  The best part of planning was spending lots of time with my mother.  She was very instrumental in making our day extra special.”

Culture Details

“We had American traditions and Nigerian traditions.  For the Nigerian traditions we wore traditional Benin attire, we had 3 separate outfits for the wedding and reception.  Our DJ played Nigerian and American music.  For dinner, we had Nigerian and American food.  We were sprayed with money all night as we danced.”

You Make Loving You So Easy

He loves… “She has a passion for life and fiercely loyal. Family is a great priority for her and she has a great love for nurturing life through raising children the RIGHT WAY. That is a rare combination. And the crown of it is she has a very high level of intellectual response to life which is a special asset. And she loves me as I am.”

She loves… “I love the fact that he is a great PROVIDER for our family and other people. A provider of love, spirituality, protection, happiness and peace….I could go on and on, he takes care of us in so many ways. My husband gives us his all and never complains about it. He is a selfless person and I am grateful.”

View more from this wedding in the gallery here.

Vendors

DressRomona Keveza
Dress: Tailor in Nigeria courtesy of our family friend Stella (gold and cream)
Dress: Benin traditional wear courtesy of my sister in law Stella (red wrapper and coral beads)
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Shoes: melody ehsani x reebok sneaker
Makeup: Elroy Mc Daniel
HairGina
Ceremony and ReceptionLas Velas
Photography: Christin Shoots People
Videographer: Apollo Stackwell
Wedding Planner/Stationery: Denise Brown
Wedding PlannerD’Concierge Houston
Florist: Melissa Felippa
American Food and servers: Brooks Catering
African Food: Flavors
Cupcakes: E-dub-a-licious Treats
Cake and Mini DessertsTastefully Marians 
Wedding Decor Rentals: Enchanted Visions
DJDjmixmasterBrown CalabarBoy
Singer: Brian Courtney Wilson

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  2. oluchy

    l love inter race weddings. this is lovely n nice. the bride is really beautiful.

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  5. Petronella

    Congrats to Rasheedah + Damian! Always a fan of incorporating cultural heritage in weddings. Love those gold spiked pumps. Did the bride wear them or a guest?

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    • Rasheedah O

      Thank you!! I’m the bride and I am such a Tom boy… I wore heels for the first half and the tennis to dance the night away!
      Instagram: rasheedah_mrso

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  6. Maria

    Gorgeous Wedding Ra!
    It was such an honor to have been there on such a happy occasion.
    The pictures are AMAZING…. but to really experience the beauty of it all…you just had to be there in person… it was great!

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