- A woman took to Twitter to reminisce about her wedding day and what a cute bride she was
- She posted two gorgeous pics from her wedding confirming that was indeed a cure bride
- Her comments section was flooded by people telling her how beautiful she looked on her special day and what a lucky man her husband is
Upile Chisala, @BeingUpile, took to Twitter to share a beautiful memory and an equally beautiful picture of her on her wedding day.
Looking back she remembers how cute she was on the happiest day of her life, she captioned the pic with a message remembering what a cute bride she made.
"Reminiscing. I made such a cute bride."
Her post got quite a reaction on Twitter, getting almost 9 000 likes and hundreds of comments:
"Efana the last time I saw your tweets on my TL was when you had just gotten married and shared pictures.....then today that you're reminiscing on your beautiful day I think it's a sign from above♥️"
"You made a gorgeous bride and it's the joys, smiles and giggles for me ♥️"
"Beautiful! Thank you for sharing images from your special day with the world. They bring such joy!"
"You were stunning! Definitely inspiration for my wedding."
"Oh yes, you did and he must be a happy man. Best wishes to both!"
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mmagauta Tsetse's best friend Molebogeng Mmopa recently got married and boy does she have an amazing story to tell. According to Mmagauta, Molebogeng had a limited wedding budget and only required a venue with chairs for the garden matrimonial service.
Mmagauta managed to find a hotel in Rustenburg for her friend that agreed with the arrangement and was within their budget. Just four days before the wedding, Mmagauta and her husband received a call from the hotel owner, Thabo Moseki.
Moseki offered to take them to a place to get drinks for the guests in attendance but his kindness didn't stop there. On the day of the wedding, it rained. To their surprise, the hotel had prepared a conference room at no extra charge.
Lebo visited Letoya's family in Tladi, Soweto to give thanks for her future wife and pay respects. She also paid the family their lobola.
Lebo said that the proceedings regarding the lobola were a little bit different due to Letoya being a sangoma. Instead of just paying respect to Letoya and her family, Lebo also gave thanks to Letoya's ancestors.
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