SA couple unbelievably spent only R2000 on dream wedding day

SA couple unbelievably spent only R2000 on dream wedding day

- Kabelo and Mukhethwa Khumalo enjoyed their dream wedding on a measly budget of R2000

- The couple tied the knot under a gazebo at a park

- Mukhethwa’s dress was bought at Legit, shoes at Mr Price and served pizza as the main course

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For many people, the cost of a wedding has become prohibitive leading many to postpone such plans.

Kabelo and Mukhethwa Khumalo had no such issues as they arranged their dream wedding with a meagre R2000 budget.

They visited a registry office when they tied the knot, which incurred minimal expenditure.

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Daily Sun reported that the couple said their vows under a gazebo at a park.

Unlike many other women, Mukhethwa didn’t opt for a dress from Bride & Co or any other popular dress boutique but rather bought her dress at Legit.

Her outfit was rounded off with a pair of shoes purchased at Mr Price.

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Briefly.co.za noted that the wedding guests were served pizza and wine.

The Khumalos even saved on hiring of chairs as guests were asked to stand for the vows and the party started immediately thereafter.

No sound system was required as the music was played through a speaker linked to a phone.

Kabelo told the Daily Sun that they were able to move into their own house and furnish it immediately after the wedding.

He said, “We advise couples to make sure they are not broke after their wedding celebration. Don’t break the bank for one day.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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