- A local couple has taken to Facebook group ImStaying to share pictures of their simple yet beautiful wedding
- Dressed in their traditional clothes, the couple tied the knot surrounded by family
- The post received warm reactions from their fellow Stayers
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Weddings don't always need all the bells and whistles to be beautiful. A local couple proved this to be true after they shared pictures that were taken at their simple traditional wedding this past week.
Tumi Itu took to the local feel-good Facebook page ImStaying to share pictures of the love-filled event with the group's large following. In the pictures, he and his wife are posing proudly in their traditional attire, surrounded by family. The post read:
"Got married last Saturday. What a joyful experience we had with the family. Nice and simple!! As we announced a new heroine in the family."
The post was met with thousands of likes and comments from people who congratulated the young couple on their beautiful union.
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Here are some of their comments.
"Congratulations. I like weddings nowadays, less stress and expense."
Matsitsellele Shoai said:
"Blessings blessings, and a prosperous future."
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Briefly.co.za also reported that a stunning young lady celebrated her 26th birthday by uploading images of herself to social media. This may seem like a normal thing to do, however, the caption is what made Twitter user @SoniAkhona go viral.
She sort of hinted at finding a bae through the caption. She started by stating her age and relationship status - which was single. She then proceeded to ask Twitter users to retweet the post so she could find her "Mr Me".
The tweet has over 1 500 retweets and almost 7 000 likes. The over 600 replies to her tweet are full of hilarious reactions from South Africans. Some actually want to help her in her plight to find a bae whilst others turned it into a joke.
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