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February 25, 2017

Bibi Invitations: Celebrating with style and culture

Now, couples have a choice to choose elegantly African-inspired invitations for their celebrations.

We had the pleasure to speak with Mrs. Ify Ojo, President –Bibiinvitations.com to understand this wonderful African inspired stationery/invitation collections.   We asked, What inspired you to create this unique and creative brand?

“I noticed that most wedding invitations I received from brides of color were often a sharp contrast to the wedding ceremonies themselves which were full of color and most times rich in tradition. This jump started my entrepreneurial drive,  Bibi Invitations- A line of truly authentic wedding invitations I created to fill this void, stated Mrs. Ify Ojo.

She added that the idea and it’s execution was the easiest part for her however she quickly realized that there other aspects of managing a company that were not her strengths so she teamed up with longtime friends Omena Babalola, a certified accountant and Chinelo Agazie whose education in project management and IT was a much-needed asset.

Bibiinvitations has earned much success and acclaim, and have sailed on the wings of it’s success by lunching their website in June.

Bibi Invitations offering 3 lines of exquisite African invitations:

Okin Signature Collection – is their luxury haute couture line of African inspired invitations that boasts of the finest foil stamped patterns die cut and laser cut to look like the most delicate Swiss lace and Aso Oke ( pronounced ah-SHAW-okay) or Kente combination.

Ifeoma Collection – boasts of  African invitations that embody the classic mix and match of Ankara materials which is a brightly colored light cotton material worn by most west Africans also known as  African Dutch Wax print or Kitengi, with bold die cut patterns for a rich tactile experience.

Abena Collection – is their stylishly affordable line of African invitations. This collection boasts of African cards with bold and vibrant patterns  drawing inspiration from time honored African prints from the mud cloth of Mali and the Adire Eleko ( Yoruba tie die) of western Nigeria.

With a great selection of the finest quality paper and ribbons, their truly authentic line of African themed cards can not only be customized to match the mood and ambience of your special day but is guaranteed to rise to the  joy of such occasion.  Order your today and support our community.





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3 Comments


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  2. Yes! I would love to know where you got your invitations done. Also, how long it took to get them once you peclad the order. Thanks!!


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