Konshens’ wedding was a picturesque movie
Photo from Konshens' IG (PHOTO: Hamilton Media)
Jamaican dancehall artiste Garfield ‘Konshens’ Spence said ‘I do’ and tied the knot with his fiancée Latoya Wright.
The two were pronounced man and wife in Florida at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa on November 19, 2017.
Wearing a mermaid style dress, which appeared more champagne in colour than white in photos, Latoya’s back was exposed as the backline of her dress plunged low. The sequined, strapped dress hugged her curves before billowing out in cascades of voluminous material for the mermaid tail of her gown. She wore a fascinator, instead of the traditional veil.
Konshens wore a one of a kind suit designed by a tailor, Chad Johnson, who goes by @MensFashionMiami on Instagram. He designed a custom three-piece tuxedo with velvet shawl, lapel and accents for Konshens.
On his IG, Chad said:
“It was a absolute honor to be apart of this wedding and to create something for this event and memory! From design to the finished product @konshens you killed it! And @__latts__ you looked beautiful! Again CONGRATULATIONS! #LAWfullyGregs”
Konshens also goes by Greg in some circles, hence the hastag #LAWfullyGregs.
Captioning a photo of him with the groom and his young son on the big day, Chad also said:
“It’s a celebration probably one my favorite suits creation especially when I’m able to have little man match Dad. #LAWfullyGregs”
The whole wedding ceremony, photoshoot, and celebration were covered by Hamilton Multimedia Weddings and directed by @Coreymus on IG.
On November 20, Konshens posted six photos from his wedding day with a one-word caption – Officially.
Though some of his fans cried rivers and lakes knowing that he is off the market as they say, many wished the union much blessings and one fan called Konshen’s photos ‘an inspiration’.
Reynaldo Martin filmed the wedding and he said, “Latoya and Greg are married! Congratulations guys! It was an honor filming your wedding.”