- A young bride recently took to Twitter to share beautiful pictures of her wedding that took place recently
- In the pictures, she is dressed in a beautiful sparkling white wedding gown and thereafter traditional clothes at the reception
- Mzansi absolutely loved it, many of them flocking to the comment section to compliment her on the stunning wedding
A lot of women yearn to say "I do" at the wedding of their dreams. A young South African woman recently had her dreams turn to reality after she wed her partner in a beautiful wedding ceremony.
Taking to Twitter, @RabaleMpho shared many pictures of all the happy moments she experienced at her wedding, which took place recently. In some of the pics she is dressed in a sterling white gown and in others a beautiful traditional dress.
"I do, we did. The Monokos," she captioned the first batch of beautiful pictures, while she captioned the rest, "Highlights of becoming Mrs Monoko."
Locals were blown away by the beautiful pictures. Many of them took to the comment section to congratulate the blushing bride and her new hubby. Read a few of their supportive comments below.
"I don't know you guys but may the good Lord bless your union. In the world where marriage seems to be a joke may your union be a living testimony that marriage still exists and it's a blessing and a beautiful gift from God. Mme take care of that man ntate love your woman. Amen."
"Despite everything I'm going through, I still believe in love. You make me believe in love. Congratulations baga Monoko."
Keeping in tune with inspirational news, Briefly.co.za also reported that many South Africans believe generational curses to be an actual thing and have dedicated themselves to breaking them. One such person is a local woman who took to Twitter to share how she had broken a generational curse and built herself a beautiful home.
Shiela Yabo whose Twitter handle is @Ms_Yabo took to the app to share a picture of the home she presumably used to live in and also one of a new and improved house which she built for herself and her family.
""Me I break those generational curses torhwana, andidlali. This one still feels like a dream," she happily captioned the Twitter post.
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