- A video of a bride and groom making a grand entrance at a wedding party has been circulating online
- The footage shows a large excavator drive them in before lowering the earthmover compartment they were seated in
- While the couple appeared quite content with their mode of transport, Saffas could not help but tease the unfamiliar entrance
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Who needs to blow cash on a limousine or a vintage car when you have a heavy construction vehicle at your disposal when getting married? A newlywed couple pulled up in a different kind of style after tying the knot.
A video shared by online user @yelownation on TikTok shows an excavator driving forward slowly before coming to a halt. The driver lowers the raised excavator as it presents the bride and groom seated comfortably inside the earthmover “bucket” compartment.
The couple is seen smiling happily as laughs and cheers can be heard in the background of the clip.
There is no doubt that these lovebirds made quite a grand and unique entrance to their wedding party.
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Many online users could not help poking fun at the video with witty and hilarious reactions.
“I want to be this extra if the opportunity to marry presents itself.”
“It's really unique but it scared me at first I thought it was a coffin.”
“Niyafuna ukuthi sikhulume.”
“Gold Reef City.”
Emelia Sewela Thoka wrote:
“Baby don’t worry about transport I have it organised I want us to try something unique and you’ll see it on our wedding day” then boom.”
“The way they are soo chilled.”
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported on a frugal bride who was determined to keep her wedding budget under $500 has revealed how she pulled off an exceptionally affordable event.
Following Joel Brokenbrough's proposal to Kiara in December 2021, the couple promised to keep their wedding day 'as simple as possible.' Kiara, who shared their wedding video on her Instagram handle, said even though that was not her dream wedding, she had made the best use of the resources within her reach.
"With mixed emotions, I present to you our wedding video! our immediate family and family friends joined us to witness this union as my mom and her husband officiated. Joel and I decided to get married on December 21 and had this wedding on February 12. Was this the wedding of my dreams? No. Did I make the best of the resources we had? Heavens yeah."
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