- A beautiful South African bride has taken to Facebook to share pictures of herself and her new husband
- In the heartwarming Facebook post, she refers to her hubby as her "first love"
- Facebook users took to the comments section to wish the newlyweds a happy prosperous and love-filled wedding
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A stunning young bride recently took to Facebook to share some pictures of herself and her new husband. The bride, whose name is Nonkolo Gqolodashe, posted the pictures in Facebook's feel-good group, ImStaying.
Wearing an off-the-shoulder cream-coloured dress that has a cultural twist at the bottom, the bride and her husband, who is wearing traditional attire as well, shared a number of priceless moments in the photographs.
Along with a number of pictures in which the blushing bride looks absolutely beautiful, Nonkolo shared that she had married her first love, saying, "I'm staying because I married my first love" - if that is not a dream come true than what is? Facebookers who could not agree more took to the comments section to wish the couple endless love and happiness.
They also couldn't help but compliment the lucky woman on her spectacular-looking wedding. Read some of their comments below.
Pelagia Koulpanis wrote:
"Congrats. Beautiful... and the gown WOW."
Tholakele Cele said:
"Congratulations to both of you indeed, you were beautiful."
Lesley Langham commented:
"Oh wow, you two look absolutely gorgeous! And the way he looks at you. I think you have a winner. Congratulations."
While King-Tosh Ngwenya shared:
"In a world that has grown so cold, it's inspiring to see a young couple getting married. To God be the glory."
Briefly.co.za also reported, about the tear-jerking video clip of a man romantically showing up at his partner's workplace and proposing to her has been shared on Facebook by a user called Carlyn Matthews who is also a staff member at the same store.
In the heartwarming video, the man can be seen walking into the store bearing flowers. He then asks one of the employees to please call his partner, who is a manager at the outlet. His clearly-taken-aback woman walks out visibly confused and quite shy hearing the romantic music playing in the background and seeing her man holding flowers walking towards her.
He is then seen speaking to her for a short while before getting down on his knee and popping the question. All the while the crowd around them becomes bigger and louder, all cheering the couple on and exchanging laughs of excitement.
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