The beauty of social media is that we are given glimpses into other people's lives and sometimes we see something that warms our hearts.
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On Tuesday October 1, 2019, South Africans had the honour of witnessing the love between two people, Stef and Renee, who tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony.
Sipho Prince Khanyile posted snaps of the stunning couple's wedding on the Facebook group #ImStaying.
South Africans were in awe by the beautiful wedding photos from the couple's nuptials.
Taking to the comment section, social media users praised the beautiful brides.
Nicole Mc Cormack-Davidson commented: "What beautiful brides. May God bless your marriage with only love, kindness, patience and generosity of yourselves."
Maria Steyn-Williams added: "What a stunning couple."
Becky Horwitz said: "Congratulations beautiful brides!! May you always be as happy as in these gorgeous photos."
Tamara Nettmann commented: "Beautiful, brave and bold... congrats ladies, wishing you only the love you deserve with each other."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported a blended family won over South Africans with a beautiful photo.
The gorgeous mama posted a snap of her hubby and kids on Facebook page #ImStaying, announcing that despite everything, they will stay in our beautiful country.
In other stories, a photo of Ghana’s President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo performing an impressive role as a pageboy during the blissful wedding ceremony of JB Danquah in 1951 has left many utterly mesmerized.
The historic photo of then little Nana Akufo-Addo in a regal white outfit, seated next to JB Danquah, a former Ghanaian statesman and lawyer, has generated pleasant commentaries after the photo was shared by a popular Facebook page.
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