- A bride recently trended online for going without make-up on her wedding day
- The photos, shared by photographer Kiwi Gold, shows the bride, Anna, rocking a bare face for both her traditional and white weddings
- Anna neither rocked any make-up nor jewellery for her big day
For most African women, wedding days are considered a big deal and hopefully a once-in-a-lifetime moment. This explains why a lot of people go above and beyond to look their very best.
Well, a certain Ghanaian bride clearly wasn't up for any of that as she neither rocked any jewellery nor make-up on her wedding day.
Photos shared by their official wedding photographer, Kiwi Gold, on Instagram show Anna and her man, Harrison, donned in coordinated outfits at their traditional marriage with Anna rocking a bare face.
Although there are religious sects who do not believe in the use of make-up, it remains unclear what influenced Anna's decision to make that bold move.
Her smooth and almost flawless skin contributed to give her that happy glow many brides in love are known to have.
Below is a photo of Anna and Harrision on their white wedding day:
A close-up portrait shot by Kiwi Gold shows that Anna wasn't just comfortable in her no-make-up look, she appeared to be one of the happiest brides as she put on a smile, which we are pretty sure is responsible for winning Harrison's heart!
See the photo below:
In other news, a beautiful couple shared their wedding photos to Facebook page #ImStaying.
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."
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