- The cricketer married Phila Lobi at a small wedding with only a few guests
- The wedding took place at The Conservatory in Franschhoek
- The couple and guests have been sharing their favourite pictures of the ceremony on social media
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Cricketer Temba Bavuma tied the knot with his fiancé, Phila Lobi at a private ceremony in Franschhoek with their closest friends and family in attendance.
South Africa’s cricketing community showed their support for the Protea batsman’s big day with some of his teammates attending the wedding while others sent their wishes over social media.
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Photographs from the wedding emerged on social media and they could give anyone wedding fever.
The 28-year-old cricket star swapped out his cricket whites for a white and black suit while Phila looked drop-dead gorgeous in a figure-flattering white gown with a lace bodice.
Briefly.co.za learned that the couple had an outdoor wedding at The Conservatory in Franschhoek and the venue was decked out to perfection, living up to their theme of 'Enchanted Fairytale'.
Some of the wedding guests also shared their memories on social media and congratulated the couple.
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Temba also shared some amusing videos of the wedding reception where you can see the happy couple and their guests enjoying the reception party.
It seems that while he may have moves on the cricket field, Temba also knows how to move on the dance floor.
Sport24 reported that when the wedding was over and Bavuma came back to reality, he posted a touching message on Instagram that thanked all the guests for sharing the special occasion with them along with some of his favourite pictures from the festivities.
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Source: Briefly News