- A South African couple has received an influx of well wishes after posting their wedding photos on social media
- Ayanda Hlope took to Facebook group #ImStaying to show off her gorgeous traditional wedding
- The post was welcomed by many social media users and has since gained 13,000 reactions
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A wedding is a very special day that many young girls dream about and due to lockdown it was previously difficult to hold a big traditional wedding.
However, many South African couples have now been proudly showing off their traditional weddings and people are living for it.
Ayanda Hlophe is the latest person to show off her traditional wedding pictures. She shared a few images of her and her new husband to Facebook group #ImStaying yesterday. The couple, dressed in traditional clothing, matched with a gorgeous emerald green.
The post has since received 13,000 reactions and almost 9,000 comments of well wishes. Not only do Ayanda and her beau look amazing, they look absolutely happy. They truly are a stunning couple.
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Legit.ng took a look at some of the top comments under the post of the newlyweds.
Valerie Deelman wrote:
"Congratulations. Wishing you a life filled with love, joy, laughter and fun. Enjoy your new life as a couple, a family and be blessed."
Megan Coetzee said:
"Stunning colours. Congratulations, may your marriage be truly blessed."
Natasha Dhludhlu commented:
"Congratulations, many blessings to you! You guys look very smart!"
Sue Ann Powell added:
"Beautiful loving photos, I love the one putting on, or fastening the anklet pieces. I m sorry, I don't know the correct names, but it looks like a beautiful symbol of serving and caring."
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man proposed to his beautiful woman on the plane.
Before the proposal, a flight attendant came to the address system and told passengers that there is an important announcement before the Nigerian man approached the front of the aisle and spoke.
The man said that he would like to use the opportunity to introduce his girl and ask her a very important question. When he dropped the mic and walked down to her, people hooted as they clapped to encourage him.
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