4 Beautiful traditional wedding ceremonies held in South Africa

4 Beautiful traditional wedding ceremonies held in South Africa

We have seen a lot of beautiful weddings this year and it seems more and more people are going back to their roots with traditional weddings. Briefly.co.za gathered a few of our favourite traditional wedding ceremonies.

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1. Unusual traditional wedding

A unique traditional wedding trended on social media a month ago. The unusual element is that the couple was white, but bride, groom and wedding entourage all wore traditional Zulu attire. South Africans were drawn to the post and lauded the couple for embracing the country's cultural diversity.

The groom looked dashing with his Zulu warrior outfit, while the bride oozed class with a stunning isicholo and beadwork.

4 beautiful traditional wedding ceremonies in South Africa

Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

2. Love wins

South Africans recently had the honour of witnessing the love between two people, Stef and Renee, who tied the knot. The pictures were posted by Sipho Prince Khanyile on Facebook and showed the stunning women getting married.

4 beautiful traditional wedding ceremonies in South Africa

Source: Facebook/kaleidoshoots
Source: Facebook

3. It's lit!

A short video showed off some fancy group dance moves at a wedding but it also sparked a fierce debate. The video was shared on Twitter and showed the happy newly-weds dancing to a perfect step. Although the person who posted the video complimented the dance moves, social media users were not that impressed. Some found the moves to be "too slow" and others described them as boring.

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4. Young love

A beautiful young lawyer married the man of her dreams in a stunning wedding ceremony recently. Photos and videos of the celebration were shared and went viral via social media - South Africans heaped praise on the young lady and marvelled at the traditional wedding theme. The pictures were shared on Twitter by Mrs Didi Khumalo and they went viral.

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