- A lovely South African couple took a different route as they tied the knot without inviting their family and friends
- The video is going viral on social media platforms, showing the two lovebirds getting in the car and heading to officially get married
- Posted by @KulaniCool, the Twitter post has sparked reactions from followers as some like the idea, however others believe it might not work in Mzansi
Two South African lovers decided to go low-key as they tied the knot without inviting their family and friends. A video of the couple is doing the rounds on social media.
The beautiful clip was uploaded online by @KulaniCool and it has sparked positive reactions from Mzansi social networkers. Some of the account holder’s followers seem to like the idea but some argue that Mzansi women will never fall for this.
The post reads:
“Limpopo women would never gape, pleasure would go out of business.”
“Lento yokuhamba ufeeda ilali.”
“This is beautiful. Will today’s generation want such? I ask because I know most of them want Instagram Live stories. This won’t fit their standards.”
“If our women can understand this. Not these glamorous weddings they want and after that we are in debt.”
“I did exactly the same, it was just peaceful and enjoyable.”
“Then you can spend on your honeymoon.”
“#Men'sMonth a real man must do this, not these public stunts a lot of guys choose to adopt.”
Stunning SA couple go viral after doing an eccentric wedding entrance
Taking a look at stories involving weddings, Briefly News carried a story that weddings are so beautiful and when a couple goes out of their way to make it unique, it becomes even more special.
A couple recently shared a cute moment that they had at their wedding with the world and people loved it.
In the clip that was shared by the new bride, @nelly_hlombe, she and her hubby can be seen making the wedding entrance of many hopefuls' dreams. The stunning couple made their entrance extra sweet as they danced together blissfully.
"So, I got married over the long weekend... Yup our 1st time walking in as Mr & Mrs Zulu Ndlunkulu MaHlombe no Mntwana uNkanyiso," she captioned the clip happily.
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Source: Briefly News