Kemi Adetiba‘s The Wedding Party will go down as one of the most iconic Nollywood films of all time, maybe not in terms of its artistry, but surely for its huge commercial success.
The romantic comedy, which premiered in Nigerian cinemas on Friday, December 16, 2016, has raked in a record N450 million from the box office. That is almost half a billion, and certainly the highest grossing Nollywood movie of all time.
However, while you may have enjoyed the comedy and drama, there are certain things your eyes missed and among them were some premium drinks on display.
Nigerian weddings are never lacking with assorted drinks to go with the rich menu of food. In very many cases, it is the drinks that make the party.
How do we know? Drinks.ng supplies the drinks to these parties.
So here are five drinks you missed from The Wedding Party:
Champagnes are ever present at weddings – and The Wedding Party did well to sample one of the premium sparkling wines from the Champagne region of France.
Founded in 1829 in Aÿ by Hennequin de Villermont, Paul Renaudin and Jacques Bollinger, the “Bolly” is a classic, Pinot-filled champagne with an amazing taste and quite the special choice for making toasts at weddings.
The Premium vodka is an exclusive part of every elite party and The Wedding Party featuring characters from the elite class, you sure bet Ciroc was there, or maybe it’s just because Banky W, the brand ambassador is a leading cast.
Not very present though, but it sat right at the middle of the ‘In-Laws’ table.
The two were visually seen together in the movie. Rumours has it that they were yet to be opened as at the time of this report.
Well, that is the more reason you should be opening them at your own event soon.
Just in case you missed it, it was there visible at the scene where Afeez Oyetoro’s character and his family were wondering what food the continental dish they got served was.
Ladies love to snap, or is it ladies love the Snapp? For a romantic comedy which ladies love a lot, this drink had no right to be missing, neither have you any right to have missed a sight of it.
Now that we have told you what drinks you missed from the record-breaking film, ensure to do yourself the favour of having your own party, be it a wedding or not, and have these premium brands there too.