Somizi and Mohale hosted their fabulously fun pre-wedding grooms' party

Somizi and Mohale hosted their fabulously fun pre-wedding grooms' party

- Somizi and his hubby (and their fans) are getting ready for their white wedding this year

- The couple is promising a fantastic and stunning event and fans know they won't be disappointed

- Somhale had their grooms' party recently and it gave everyone a taste of the fabulousness that is to come

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One of Mzansi's most glamorous couples, Somizi Mhlongo and his husband Mohale Motaung, are preparing for their white wedding.

Fans of the pair know that it's going to be an amazing event - just as fantastic as their traditional wedding.

Somhale, as friends and fans fondly call the couple, hosted a pre-wedding lunch at the River Meadow Manor for their groomsmen.

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As could be expected from Somizi, the event was beautiful and very glitzy. He shared some snaps and videos from the day with his fans on social media.

The happy couple also shared who their best man and woman will be on their special day, Briefly.co.za noticed.

Earlier, it was reported that Somizi wants his guests to wear red bottoms (Christian Louboutin shoes with a stiff price tag) to the wedding. In his own words, this has guests 'breathing through the wound'. These shoes don't come cheap - you can expect to fork out about R40 000 a pair.

The theme of the wedding is white and guests must match their outfits to it.

The couple already picked out diamonds for their rings. There is no shortage of stunning bling here.

It is believed that the couple will tie the knot later in January but they'll have four venues, according to the Sunday Sun. The main ceremony will reportedly take place at Nelson Mandela Bridge in Braamfontein.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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