- A beautiful Saffa lady has taken to Twitter to show off her wedding photos
- @ItsNthabiseng_N shared the pictures to celebrate her first wedding anniversary
- The Twitter thread has since gone viral with over 5 000 likes
A beautiful South African lady has taken to social media to share her wedding pictures. Twitter user @ItsNthabiseng_N shared a Twitter thread of images of her gorgeous traditional wedding this morning.
The thread has since gone viral with over 5 000 likes on the first tweet. The images display @ItsNthabiseng_N in absolutely stunning traditional wear. She shared images of herself, her bridesmaids and her husband.
The happiness of the couple are clearly visible in the images and are definitely contagious. The images are from their wedding last year but it has definitely lifted spirits as they celebrate their first anniversary.
The replies section under the Twitter thread is full of hope and positivity as Mzansi tweeps share their well-wishes on the couple's anniversary.
"My goodness!!! YOU LOOK SO HAPPY! I’ve seen many weddings but of all of them... this is the happiest I’ve seen a bride and her party look. So unstressed... so beautiful... so peaceful. Yoh wow!"
"The visuals, the dresses, quality, facebeat, the joy. Chile!"
"Marriage is an achievement & this maam, is a great achievement.... no cap."
"This whole thread is absolutely beautiful."
@I_Am_King_Zoe quote tweeted:
"I love the colours. You guys looked beautiful."
In other wedding news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a beautiful couple who shared their wedding pics on social media. 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.
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