It was all joy on Saturday for actress Bibi Bright as she tied the knot with her love, Akwasi Boateng.
Bibi and Akwasi, who have a daughter, got married in a beautiful traditional wedding at Odorkor Tipper, Accra where Bibi resides.
Heavy rains earlier in the day nearly spoilt the happy day and led to some delay but the happy union eventually happened.
The all-white traditional wedding had in attendance celebs like Benedicta Gafah, Zynell Zuh, Toosweet Annan, Lucky Lawson, Moesha Buduong, Princess Shyngle, Salma Mumin, Selly Galley-Fiawoo, Big J. Cartel, James Gardiner among others.
Bibi Bright with actress, Salma Mumin, TV presenter, Selly Galley-Fiawoo
Actors Peter Richie and James Gardiner as well as Moesha Buduong were there to support Bibi Bright
Friends and families of the couple also turned out with gifts to support them.
Bibi Bright and Akwasi Boateng have known each other for about 18 years and Bibi says he is the perfect man for her.
She said “my husband has proven beyond doubt that he is the right man for me. I was initially scared when he proposed to me but Akwasi Boateng has won my heart and I have no regret getting married to him."
Controversial musician, A Plus and Maxwell Mensah, the husband of Nana Ama McBrown pose with the couple
Bibi Bright, whose first marriage collapses had in an earlier interview with Showbiz said she will make this one work.
“ I have learnt a lot being a divorcee and I don’t intend to do anything ‘bad’ that will jeopardise this new marriage but all I will need from Ghanaians is to support me with their prayers,” she said.
Bibi said placing her marriage first before anything else and solving her issues internally will be her number one priority.
She added that she will take care of her home and make sure she treats her husband like the only man she has ever known.
The Zylofon Media signee is known for movies like Lost In His Glory, My Home, Leave My Wife and Occult Girl.