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Here comes the bride, in a giant inflatable balloon


PIC BY VICTOR SAMUEL/ CATERS NEWS (PICTURED The bride Reverence in a bubble.) A couple celebrated their 10 year wedding anniversary in style as the glamorous wife made a grand entrance in giant inflatable bubble to steal the show. An event planner pulled out all of the stops for her own extravagant 10 year wedding anniversary. As Reverence, 35 and husband Joseph Efoma-Oruerio, 51, invited friends and family to celebrate the special day with them in Warri, Nigeria, no one expected the grand entrance Reverence would make.
You’re having a bubble (wedding) (Picture: Victor Samuel/Caters News)

Weddings have been around for a long time and in the last few decades, we’ve seen so many different styles of nuptial celebrations.

All that means that having a unique wedding has become harder. But one bride envisioned something that’s never been done before. And it involved a large ball.

Event planner Reverence, from Nigeria, wanted to celebrate her tenth wedding anniversary with Joseph Efoma-Oruerio in style.

She had the white dress down, the perfect groom, an extravagant venue, dreamy decorations, all of it. But she wanted an entrance like none other.

So she ordered a giant inflatable balloon to enter the venue in. As you do.

Paying $500 (£385)  for the massive thing which she ordered from Dubai, Reverence rolled in with the transparent ball (yes, like the zorbing ones).

And as quirky as it may have been, it certainly made for unique and spectacular pictures.


Bride entering in an inflatable balloon
Can’t touch this (Picture: Victor Samuel/Caters News)

Reverence, 35, and husband Joseph, 51, invited friends and family to celebrate the special day with them in Warri, Nigeria.

None of their guests expected the grand entrance Reverence would make.


 The bride Reverence (LEFT) and her husband Joseph Efoma Oruerio (RIGHT) being served
The couple celebrated their ten-year wedding anniversary (Picture: Victor Samuel/Caters News)

Bursting into the room in a giant inflatable bubble, Reverence looked like she was floating on air as she made her way happily dancing down the aisle in a sight to behold.

She said: ‘The idea came from watching my kids playing in the pool with a balloon. I started thinking of how a bride could make an entrance into her wedding in a balloon.

‘I searched online for life-size balloons and eventually bought one from Dubai for $500.


 Wedding guests all take pictures and stare in amazement of the bride Reverence.
Yep, we’d take plenty of pictures too (Picture: Victor Samuel/Caters News)

‘It was the first time the guests saw a bride in a balloon, they screamed so much with excitement. It was the highlight of the event.’

That’s definitely one way to avoid guests stepping on her wedding dress or, god forbid, spilling something on it.

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