Couple’s ‘traditional’ wedding photos go viral: “You are too gorgeous”

Couple’s ‘traditional’ wedding photos go viral: “You are too gorgeous”

- Unique wedding photos were shared via social media and went viral recently

- The unusual element is that the couple is white, but bride, groom and wedding entourage all wore traditional African attire

- South Africans were drawn to the post and lauded the couple for embracing our cultural diversity

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A handful of wedding photos have recently started trending via social media.

The public interest doesn't stem from an over-the-top lavish event, but largely because the wedding party wore traditional South African garments.

The thing that stood out was the fact that the couple is white but opted to wear traditional African attire.

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The groom looked dashing with his Zulu warrior outfit, while the bride oozed class with a stunning royal blue headpiece and African jewellery.

Keitumetse Joseph Ngoato shared the photos in a Facebook post via the ever-popular #ImStaying group.

Briefly.co.za observed the impact as hundreds of South Africans commended the brave couple for their open-minded approach.

Couple’s ‘traditional’ wedding photos go viral: “You are too gorgeous”

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Sonja Du Plessis loved the vivid colours:

"Wow! So colourful and joyful looking."

Gregory Sass shared some pearls of wisdom:

"There is only one marathon, life. If we all get to the line we all win. The comrades runners support each other, it's not about the medal, it's about conquering the feat. Let's learn that."

MaBusie KaLindamkhonto Zikode shared her admiration:

"You are too gorgeous, beautiful people."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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