- A beautiful couple shared their wedding photos to Facebook page #ImStaying
- The post has since gone viral with 10 000 reactions from proud Saffas
- The comments section is full of congratulatory messages wishing the newly-wed couple well
Culture and tradition are two very important aspects of many South Africans' lives. In a recent post on Facebook page #ImStaying, DeOnly Bederf Emanuel, put up three beautiful images of him and his new bride in traditional wear at their wedding.
The pictures were posted last week and have since gained 10 000 reactions and over 1 000 comments from proud South African Facebook users. The wholesome post has brought smiles to the face of many social media users.
DeOnly Bederf Emanuel captioned the images:
"Got married to my lovely woman with our traditional wedding. We are now Mr & Mrs Skhosana."
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the congratulatory messages left under the post.
Charlotte Mathinye commented:
"I attended a Ndebele wedding last year, it was awesome, and there is a part were they giveaway sweets. It was nice."
Hellen Mhlanga said:
"Proudly Ndebele... I'm also a Skhosana married a Swati... so love my culture. Congratulations!"
Cheryl McGladdery wrote:
"Congratulations. Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness. Respect each other and you will have a happy marriage."
Eileen Gail Francis-Robertson added:
"Congratulations, lovely photos such a special day for you both and your family may you have many many years of happiness."
Denise du Randt shared:
"Congratulations. Love each other more today than yesterday. Love each other more tomorrow than today."
In other #ImStaying news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on an 11-year-old girl who used a curtain to make her own clothes. Every now and then a young child comes along and stuns people with their skills - which most adults do not even have.
Whether it is being innovative or running their own businesses, some kids are just destined for greatness. One young lady wowed South Africans with her talent when her mom, Keitumetse Senne, shared a photo of her handiwork online.
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