- A colourful picture of some women doing a traditional dance dressed in wedding attire went viral after a Twitter user @millicentmakhad posted it to her timeline
- The picture was quickly claimed by another Twitter user, @kulanicool, who pointed out that the picture was taken at his wedding and one of the ladies in the picture was his wife
- Not long thereafter the thread was filled with compliments for the radiant couple and their bridesmaids
Everyone loves a beautiful wedding. A sweet ceremony, enjoying food, some drinks and delicious cake are all part of the experience, but what's even better than all of that is getting to look at the pictures once all the festivities are said and done.
This was proved after a woman, @Millicentmakhad, shared a picture of some bridesmaids dancing in their colourful traditional wedding clothes.
Another Twitter user, @Kulanicool then pointed out that the picture was actually taken at his wedding and that one of the colourfully-dressed ladies was his bride.
"This was at my wedding, the second last lady is my wife."
As expected, the post was followed by hundreds of comments about the well-dressed beauties. Many Twitter users, who are evidently also looking to hopefully tie the knot one day, jokingly asked about the relationship status of the bridesmaids.
Others simply complained about not being invited to a special occasion. Read some of their comments below.
@SaMmapago jokingly asked:
"Are they all married? Asking for a friend."
"Why didn't you invite me, I should have been married by now, don't you know a wife is found in marriage ceremony."
Meanwhile, in other Briefly.co.za news, here to inspire us this week is a young black woman doing the things to make a name for herself in a world that sometimes seems to be hell-bent at stopping stories like hers from becoming a reality for many.
The 20-year-old woman, @NiaTheLocGod, took to Twitter to share a picture of a warehouse she purchased for her hair product business. The post was captioned, "From a bedroom to a warehouse" and received over 100 000 reactions from Twitter folk who congratulated Nia on her success.
Nia also mentioned how her warehouse has reached nearly full capacity in only six weeks since the purchase.
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