Talk about having a small wedding.

London photographer Obi Nwokedi recently set up and photographed a miniature traditional Nigerian wedding between Barbie and Ken.

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The photos illustrate a Nigerian wedding from beginning to end, from Barbie and Ken's pre-wedding prep to a scene with all the groomsmen passed out after a boisterous reception.

Nwokedi told The Huffington Post that the project took about five months to complete.

It was "not because it was that complex, but more because of the time it took me to find, buy and ship the dolls and accessories," he said. He was inspired to do the Barbie wedding after seeing the Black Barbie issue of Vogue Italia last year.

Nwokedi said he chose Barbie for the project because he wanted to feature "something interesting to the public."

Click through the slideshow below to see images from Nwokedi's Nigerian Barbie wedding.

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  • Getting Ready

  • Getting Ready

  • Shoes

  • Style Time

  • Make Up

  • Bridesmaids

  • Finishing Touches

  • Beautiful Bride

  • Beautiful Bride

  • Groom And Groomsmen

  • Showing Respect

    In a traditional Nigerian wedding, the groom and groomsmen lie prostrate on the floor in front of the bride and her party to show respect, and to ask for her hand in marriage.

  • Showing Respect

    The groom and groomsmen show respect to the bride by lying down in front of her and her bridal party to ask for her hand in marriage.

  • Reception

  • The Proposal

    After showing respect, the groom gives a framed marriage proposal to a female in the bride's family, who then reads the proposal aloud.

  • Bridal Party

  • Beneath The Veil

  • Groom's Cap

    The bride puts a hat on her groom to signify that he is now the head of the household, and that she alone is responsible for tending to him.

  • Head Of The Household

  • The Party Begins!

  • Dancing Around The Groom

  • The Beaming Bride

  • DJ Put Your Hands In The Air

  • Dollar Dance

  • Husband And Wife

  • Over And Out

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