Beautiful pics of traditional wedding warm hearts of SA tweeps

Beautiful pics of traditional wedding warm hearts of SA tweeps

- Khanya Vabaza shared photos of his brother's traditional wedding on Twitter

- The photos warmed the hearts of thousands of tweeps

- Many tweeps praised the couple for showcasing traditional wedding attires

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A South African Twitter user has warmed the hearts of thousands of tweeps with beautiful photos of his brother's traditional wedding.

Khanya Vabaza-Matsheke posted photos of Welamaza Vabaza's wedding recently, Briefly.co.za gathered. Welamaza and his wife were dressed in traditional Xhosa attire.

Khanya accompanied the pics with the simple caption, "Mr and Mrs Vabaza." The couple looked radiant and and very much in love.

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Khanya posted similar photos on Instagram as well. Welamaza and his bride exchanged their vows at a simple and sunny location.

The fact that the couple looked so happy proved that love doesn't need the validation of ostentatious wedding displays.

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Khanya's photos went viral, racking up more than 4,600 likes and over 400 retweets.

Twitter users praised the couple for their simplicity and for proudly showcasing traditional wedding attires.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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