- A couple surprised South Africans with their unique wedding
- Despite the restrictions due to the nationwide lockdown, the couple tied the knot in their backyard
- News of their intimate ceremony went viral via social media
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A young woman took to Twitter to share details of her wedding.
Kizi M (@Kizi_Sigudu) tweeted photos of herself posing in a beautiful white wedding dress and revealed that she and her partner tied the knot in their backyard.
Briefly.co.za noted that the post sparked a huge reaction, with more than 17 000 likes in the process.
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Many admired the fact that the nationwide lockdown was not enough to stop the lovebirds.
However, some were critical and even called on the authorities to take action.
Briefly.co.za gathered it to be an extremely intimate affair due to the lack of wedding guests.
The tweets sparked questions as well, with many wondering what the groom looked like and why he wasn't included in one of the pics.
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Siyamthanda Ndamase (@Ndamase_Siya) said,
"Congratulations MrsClinking glasses, May God bless your union, wishing you both love and happiness forever shuuu."
That Dodgy Malaka (@williamVSsyntax) added,
"We wish u a long happy marriage with stupid jokes and memorable tweets."
RainbowLee (@Lynzima) touched on the wedding expenses:
"Congrats.....you must have saved alot of money thou."
Nape...Phasha (@nape_phasha) shared some criticism:
"You don't understand what a marriage is. In Africa a marriage is a community ceremony unless you did it with y’all zombies."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that children surprised their parents with a garden wedding because of Covid-19.
Louis, a 10-year-old, and eight-year-old Ruby did not want their parents to miss their big day, so the siblings arranged a ceremony at their home in Cheddleton.
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