- A young man took to Facebook to share pictures of himself at a close friend's traditional wedding
- In the post, the man explains that the two of them became friends when they attended boarding school together
- Facebook users loved reading about the blossoming friendship as well as seeing the beautiful wedding, reacting to the post thousands of times
A young man named Reid Smith recently took to the feel-good Facebook group ImStaying to share a few candid pictures of the absolutely stunning wedding he attended over the weekend with his fellow Stayers.
In his heartwarming ImStaying post, Reid explains how he and the groom, Paseka, had met at boarding school years ago. These days they celebrate many years of friendship and Reid even considers Paseka a brother.
"My brother Paseka's wedding day. How I love this culture, a friendship that came from a boarding school that's been ongoing up until today. Congratulations Paseka and Ofentse! #ImStaying," he wrote.
Meanwhile, Stayers took the time to react to the heartwarming post and beautiful pictures over 7 000 times. They also shared all sorts of comments beneath the post, some of which you can read below.
Ziyanda Sthenjwa wrote:
"That's awesome! Congratulations!"
Dimakatso Mofokeng commented:
"What an incredible story of friendship. You guys are the best!"
"Wow. Congratulations to the bride & groom. You guys look da bomb! Stunning!"
Romina Vita said:
"Saw you two yesterday! You both looked amazing. Awesome day. We’re the neighbours who gate-crashed!"
Meanwhile, in other Briefly.co.za news, a South African couple has finally said "I do" after cancelling their wedding due to the global pandemic. Andriette Schulz shared the stunning images of her wedding to Facebook group #ImStaying.
The couple originally planned to tie the knot on the 28th of March but it had to be cancelled as the country went into lockdown on the 26th of March. Thankfully, the couple managed to secure another date on the 26th of September.
According to Andriette's post, they wed at St Helena Bay in the Western Cape, which is her hometown. She added that she was proud of the way President Cyril Ramaphosa has been handling the global pandemic.
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