- A young woman recently headed online to share a few snaps of her wedding that took place this weekend
- In her snaps, she and her new husband pose proudly in their traditional wedding attire
- South Africans absolutely loved the post and wasted no time heading to the comment section to praise the young beautiful newlyweds
Many young people in South Africa are making the decision to finally get married. A young and proud couple is one of those that have tied the knot. Heading online the blushing bride shared a sneak peek into her gorgeous traditional wedding.
In one of the stunning photos, the bride and the groom who are both dressed traditionally, stand on a beautiful and picturesque hilltop. In the second the proud woman stands beside her mother who is equally as proud.
"I got married," she wrote in the caption of the heartwarming post.
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. Read a few of their comments below:
"How bloody stunning! Can whites also have a traditional wedding??? Gorgeous!"
"Rea go lebogiša ngwana thari e ntsho. Congratulations are in order."
"Mangwana shamwari dzotengerwa tozotaura varidzi vevana"
"Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooow. Nibahle...nifanelene, ni-fit-ene..ni-match-ene...njalo nithandene. End of story."
"Congrats Ngcuza!! I saw some videos and pics from my mom and you looked absolutely amazing."
"Breathtaking pics. You all look so regal and lovely. Wishing you unimaginable joy, adventure and blessings in your union. Congratulations"
In similar heartwarming Briefly News reports, a beautiful young South African woman 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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