- A bridal train recently became the life of the party at a wedding ceremony whose video was shared on social media
- Gorgeous ladies that formed the bridal train showed the guests the stuff they were made of as the DJ played Flavour's hit song Golibe
- In the heartwarming video, the ladies danced in unison as their gorgeous emerald green dress lit up the occasion
A cute video of some Nigerian ladies who were part of a bridal train warmed hearts on social media as they entertained guests with their dancing skills.
The ladies, who were decked in gorgeous emerald green dresses, formed two lines and danced in unison to Flavour's hit song Golibe.
Sharing the video on Twitter, @Naija_PR wrote:
"These girls didn't come and play."
Indeed, the ladies weren't playing at the party but breathing life to the occasion as their gorgeous dresses brought out the "Africanness" in them. Tweeps had one or two things to say about the video. Below are some of the comments:
"These ladies are temptation for the groom and his train o. Those waist whining can send wrong signal and adrenaline to the wrong body members abeg."
"If you dress pass my wife in her wedding... God knows I will pursue you. You don't have respect."
In other wedding news, Briefly News recently reported on a stunning bride. A bride the groom who are both dressed traditionally stood on a beautiful and picturesque hilltop. In one of the pics uploaded, the proud woman stands beside her mother, who is equally as proud.
"I got married," she wrote.
Locals loved to see how happy she was and not long after she posted, headed to the comment section to share some beautiful compliments and well wishes.
In similar heartwarming news, Briefly News reported on a beautiful young South African woman who recently headed online to pray for successful lobola negotiations, which will be taking place soon. In Sisipho's post, she shared candles that symbolise good luck in the online world.
Miss Thisani also shared tons of hearts and smiles to show just how excited she was about becoming a married woman. In the thread, the excited young lady posted a snap of herself practising her pose for when the negotiations are complete
"(Lit candles) for my lobola negotiations to go smoothly this coming weekend. Bengi practiza benana bendisazivisa kamnandi," she wrote happily in the heartwaming post.
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