- A man took to popular Facebook group #ImStaying to share beautiful pictures of their traditional wedding, which took place this weekend
- The pictures, which were posted by the groom's cousin, Desperadorah Tshepy Tshepile, featured the young couple all dressed up in traditional wedding attire
- His fellow group members loved the different looks and complimented the couple for on their exquisite style
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A beautiful picture speaks a thousand words and this Mzansi couple's wedding pictures say it all. A proud cousin took to popular Facebook group #ImStaying to show off his family member's beautiful wedding photos.
The wedding pictures feature the smiling bride and groom who are all dressed up for the occasion in not one, but two different stunning traditional wedding outfits complete with hearts in their eyes and all.
Look at their amazing pics below.
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The couple were at the receiving end of thousands of compliments, well wishes and marriage advice from the Stayers.
While some simply commented how beautiful they looked, others offered the bride some advice on how her traditional blanket should have been worn. See the comment below.
@Nana Manda Ka Molefe said:
"Beautiful couple!!! I couldn't help but notice how makoti is wearing the blanket, the lines should be vertical ,not horizontal, that is important as vertical symbolises growth!!"
@Vicky Torrente commented:
"May their lives be filled with joy and much patience."
Ntuthuko Hlophe asked God to bless the young couple's union:
"This is absolutely beautiful. May God bless their union."
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