The sparkle of their love and friendship shined throughout the day with every element that they envisioned coming together seamlessly. It has to be one of the most emotional weddings I have ever witnessed.
Blushing Makoti wishes Lesego and Nathi, a happy and joy filled life together and most important God grace.
First it was the amazing traditional wedding, now Blushing Makoti share’s with you Lerato and Tshepo’s White Wedding pictures.
This wedding was Ayobaness at its best, simple but yet so woow and classy! I am sure I went through this wedding album about three times. I must also compliment the beautiful and classy Lerato and her prince charming, the beautiful brides maids,wedding planner and photographer. Everything about Lerato and Tshepo’s wedding was topnotch. And the amazing wedding location…
Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Ditshego…
I had to feature this wedding, the wedding took place a while ago but, I just had to, this wedding pics must be seen by all brides.. When you look at the pics you will know why. Faith and Mandla are by far the most stylish couple.
Today Blushing Makoti feature’s one of the most stylish, classy, fashion conscious, humble, kind and loving makoti Faith Sibanda from Soweto.
Faith’s wedding is every girls dream, when I first saw this wedding pics, I mistaken it for a celebrity wedding. Everything was beautifully coordinated, you can tell from the amazing pics, this wedding was well planned. I loved Makoti dresses, especially the second dress. Oh my God! the second dress. I need to get Faith’s designer featured on Blushing Makoti..
Ohhh My! this wedding pics have left me breathless, amazing pictures…
South African/Mzansi weddings are getting more flamboyant. The latest wedding trend is the bride or groom arriving in a chopper…I wonder what next… I am impressed.
This wedding is every woman dream…
Blushing Makoti wishes Mr ad Mrs Sthe Gcaba a happy and peaceful marriage.
The one traditional attire thats always stood out is the Zulu traditional dresses, you go to a traditional or white weddings and any traditional function they will be at least over 30% of people wearing it in different style, modern or the old traditional style.
As a Tswana girl getting married to a Zulu man, I was excited, because I knew with the Zulu traditional attire you can never go wrong. But when my turn came, I got worried if my mother in-law will buy me the right colors, or wondered if it wont be too long or if it will suit me, I just had a lot of concerns. I didn’t want to ask her before time because I didn’t want her to think “keya phapha”(I am forward). When it was time for her to dress me up on the traditional wedding day, I was stunned and I almost jumped off my seat. Because she had got me what I didn’t expect, the most beautiful, amazing and stylish/modern Zulu traditional dress, with my favourite colors. I excitedly told my friends that my Mamazala(mother in-law) has style.
I thought I should would share some amazing Zulu brides pictures, including Zuma brides, Sonia Sedibe, Black Coffee’s bride and Ngamla’s bride pictures Zanele Mbokazi and Blushing Makoti’s blogger, the beautiful me…
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Zanele Mbokazi or should I say the fashionista, the author, the show maker or the preacher, or the business woman. All I can say is she is blessed and is one of the top women that inspires me to go an extra mile.
What a well planned wedding, from the bride to decor and not to mention the vintage-royal theme and colors. I loved everything about this wedding. The brides wedding gown, took my breath away. I must say I take my hat off to the wedding planners and Zanele the Fashionista, indeed she is a woman with style…Her wedding is every woman’s fairy tale dream
I wanted to share some pictures from the net and friends, including Zanele Mbokazi’s website: www.zanelembokazi.com
Lebo Mokoena Seruhle shares her traditional wedding day pictures with blushing makoti. I loved the pictures, beatiful, bright and representing most of Mzansi”s amazing cultural attire’s…
They is nothing like mzansi tradtional wedding, the singing and dancing in the street with makoti and mkwenyana, the amazing traditional dishes, dumpling, chakalaka, beef stew, creamed spinach , I cant forget sqoo or should I say Mqombothi, they is no traditional wedding that is held without our traditional beer.
Makoti ke dinako……
Makoti: Lebohang Mokoena Seruhle
Where: Protea North Nqoyi Street
A mzansi traditional wedding is a ceremony done after the lobola negotiation. I personally think, a traditional wedding is a must, so that we stay in touch with where we come from as africans.
What fascinates me about the ceremony is the umbeso (exchange of gift) in this instance the family of the groom goes to the family of makoti’s/bride’s house to meet the family and present them with gifts, dress their Makoti/bride with their cultural attire. For example if a Tswana girl is getting married to a Zulu man, the grooms family will dress her in the Zulu attire, to mark that she now belongs to familt and she is now a Zulu married woman. Another one is the slaughtering of the goat and makoti’s family will give half of the sheep to the grooms family.
Then they will be dancing and singing in the streets, to wish makoti/bride well. I really enjoyed the singing and dancing, especially the night before when the grooms family came and sang outside my family home, while i was seating in a room and waiting for the game to start of choosing the groom among three man covered in blankets…
Next to be featured if our 1st Makoti Lebohang Mokoena Serutle..watch the space for more updates on all the Blushing Makoti