Let’s tell you about the four dresses Lilian Esoro wore for her wedding to Ubi Franklin

Lilian Esoro was definitely the belle of the ball at her wedding to Ubi Franklin on November 1.

The bride had not one, not two…but four outfit changes at her white and traditional wedding.



She kicked off her big day saying her I do’s at a church wedding in a princess cut ball gown with sheer bodice from Brides and More. She teamed it with a tiara and diamond earrings.


She then changed into her second outfit – a blue reception dress from House of Dorothy Bridals, which the designer says was hand beaded with fresh water pearls.


Then she changed into her third dress of the day a gorgeous traditional custom made, efik bridal outfit which was made by Laphins.

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And the fourth and last outfit of the night was a stunning pink floral dress from Jay Becks Bridal. The show stopping dress was embedded by hand with crystals.

About the final outfit the designer wrote,

The details you see on this dress was hand stitched on a plain fabric. I sat on the floor stitching and beading like a grandma..We initially wanted to get a beaded fabric but Mehn I don’t like short cut we had to cut organza fabric into petals-like patterns and had them hand stitched all over the dress … Then the bead work and crystals ??Trust that is a lot of work but we did it in such a short time. Thank you @lilianesoroo for trusting me with your dress. when she contacted, she was like ” I already have two reception dresses ooo , but I am blown away by your page , i know it is a short notice but I want you to make me another reception dress ” I was like 3 outfits? She said “Yes oo” how cool?? she sent in her details Bust, hips waist and length , we worked with that.. she is down to earth , very playful lol. beautiful person I must say God bless your Home dear. And yes if u have the money , u can rock 50 dresses if u want it is your big day, u can never rewind to edit it again oooo

All gorgeous dresses!


Ada Igboanugo

Fashion Enthusiast.

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