- A new bride is sure to be the envy of her friends for some time after the traditional wedding of her dreams came to life in spectacular fashion
- Pictures of the bride and her enthusiastic bridesmaids, dressed in full traditional Venda attire complete with headgear, were shared online
- The sight was to the liking of many a social media user, who reacted to the post with glee as some even felt the butterflies flutter
A new bride is sure to be the envy of her friends for some time after the traditional wedding of her dreams came to life in spectacular fashion.
The Twitter post of the event does not give too many details of the ceremony away but if the catchy outfits are anything to go by, it was a dazzling affair.
Pictures of the bride and her enthusiastic band of bridesmaids were shared online. Dressed in full traditional Venda attire complete with headgear, the group of women ushered in the wedding bells colourfully.
The tweet went down well with many users who went on a complimenting spree. The images were tweeted by a user, @FunoDesigns with a caption:
"A bride’s vision brought to life."
Other social media users reacted to the post with glee as some even felt the butterflies flutter. Briefly News took a look at some of the most interesting comments.
"This looks really awesome."
"This is really beautiful."
"This is so beautiful."
Wife can dance: Bride shows off legwork despite big wedding gown
In related news, Briefly News reported that a newly-wed with the Instagram handle @queenbosa_bosa has shown off her skill as a professional dancer on her big day.
She did not let her wedding dress get in the way as she blazed the dance floor and showed off her dance moves. At a point, she did the popular gbese moves. Her husband with his hands full of dollars also tried to measure up.
Impressed by his wife's performance, he rained some dollar bills on her. Friends were especially impressed with the wife's energy on the dance floor as witnesses to the show struggled to capture her with their camera phones.
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