- A South African couple recently lit up social media with the Xhosa attire they wore for their traditional wedding
- The bride, identified as Ichumile Gqada, took to her Twitter page to share the beautiful photos and people reacted with utmost pleasure and appreciation
- Some wondered why Africans still do white weddings when the traditional wedding is beautiful enough
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A young lady identified as Ichumile Gqada has got social media talking after sharing photos from her traditional wedding in which she and her lover were decked in stunning traditional African attire.
The young lady with the handle @NgcuzaG simply captioned the photos:
"I got married."
In one of the photos, Ichumile and her husband hold hands and backed the camera while staring into each other's eyes.
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Many were impressed with the beautiful outfits the lovers wore and soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"How bloody stunning! Can whites also have a traditional wedding??? Gorgeous!"
"Wowww!! Beautiful! I wish I lived in Africa! African Americans have zero culture!"
"Congratulations to you and your hubby. May you be blessed with a warm and happy home, with some little two feet there and there."
"This is so beautiful and gorgeous. I love it."
"Congratulations dear. Wishing you years of love, happiness and countless blessings!"
In other news, a young lady with the Twitter handle @Ms_Mchunu expressed her excitement on social media after her boyfriend went down on one knee and asked her to marry him.
Sharing adorable photos of the beautiful moment on her Twitter page, the young lady said saying yes to the marriage proposal was the easiest yes she has ever said.
She captioned the photos:
"A week ago my best friend asked me to marry him. The easiest yes I’ve ever said."
“Beautiful wedding”: South Africans inspired by stunning pics of a traditional Xhosa ceremony
Taking to social media, Mdoda posted the beautifully captured images and shared them with her inspired followers. The two women are now praised for being brave and proud to come out as they motivate many South Africans.
The beautiful Xhosa-themed wedding has captured the imagination of many locals who congratulated the two lovely couple.
Anele wrote on Twitter:
“Mrs and Mrs!!! Anisebahle dammit all.”
“You can hate okusalayo, you are not married. Cheers to them.”
“This is not marriage my friend, but a communion.”
“Marry me, I'm Xhosa too.”