Busi & Thomas Mhlongo’s wedding

81 Comments

  1. more pic”s pleazzzzzzzzz!!!!!! Miss E…

    the wedding look beautiful…….

    NPZ

    28 September 2010 • 11:36 am •
  2. Umhhh (confused)…I will come back with my comments later… *shaking head!*

    Afro

    28 September 2010 • 12:05 pm •
  3. @Bride and Groom white wedding e neng and please MissE send some more photo’s.

    SWEETY

    28 September 2010 • 12:06 pm •
  4. Kwakuhle kwethu………….ALiiiiiiiiiliiiilili

    B

    28 September 2010 • 12:08 pm •
  5. Colour combination is perfect.

    SWEETY

    28 September 2010 • 12:08 pm •
  6. Very beautiful , creative outfits guys! Mo decor pics please but it looks nice from Pc 9! Brown & yellow is overdone in traditional outfits but u pulled it off very well! Impressive…

    Tools

    28 September 2010 • 12:19 pm •
  7. Your outfits are stunning, post more pictures please

    Sexy

    28 September 2010 • 12:28 pm •
  8. Good traditional wedding,,simple and nice..
    i like it…

    mano

    28 September 2010 • 12:51 pm •
  9. not too bad

    nono

    28 September 2010 • 12:56 pm •
  10. Wow… What an intimate simple traditional wedding. I like all of your design costumes. May God be the center of your marriage.

    Florence

    28 September 2010 • 12:56 pm •
  11. Very nice traditional wedding ! Stylish and unique designs and may God shower you with ever lasting joy, peace happiness and many many many kids.

    zeee

    28 September 2010 • 1:17 pm •
  12. You guys look stunning,nice attires God bless your marriage.

    Mpumi

    28 September 2010 • 1:30 pm •
  13. Wow!!!

    kiki sebapu

    28 September 2010 • 1:33 pm •
  14. Lovely tradition, congratulations and may the lord bless.

    Vero

    28 September 2010 • 1:54 pm •
  15. Beautiful!!! I stay in katlehong where this pics taken @ Ditselana?

    mahlodi

    28 September 2010 • 2:17 pm •
  16. Nice simple wedding. Why do we see your friends confirming your union where are your elders? Wish you a blessed marriage…

    Nomathemba

    28 September 2010 • 2:26 pm •
  17. wow beautiful photos Busi, May the Lord bless your marriage

    lebo

    28 September 2010 • 2:31 pm •
  18. beatiful indeed more pics please

    noni

    28 September 2010 • 2:44 pm •
  19. Niiiiiiiiiiiice, God bless your marriage.

    Pearl

    28 September 2010 • 2:53 pm •
  20. MAKOTI UAR WEDDING WAS BEAUTIFUL, I LYK UAR ATTIRE IZ SO BEAUTIFUL.

    MAY DA ALMIGHTY KEEP BLESSING U URBADANTLY & EXEEDINGLY.

    sheila kgatle

    28 September 2010 • 3:02 pm •
  21. le bantle!

    mayoyo

    28 September 2010 • 3:12 pm •
  22. Beautiful

    Thulz

    28 September 2010 • 3:44 pm •
  23. Nice and different I like

    But 1 question, do people get permission from the couple before posting their pictures on a website?

    SaSa007

    28 September 2010 • 3:45 pm •
  24. Im struggled finding the bride…Ha o na ledifference wether they all bridesmaid or what..Anyway atleast you guys did it…Congrats!!!

    Terry

    28 September 2010 • 3:50 pm •
  25. Wow beautiful wedding

    TumiM

    28 September 2010 • 3:53 pm •
  26. Thats marvelous. May the Lord God bless you in your marriage.

    MM

    28 September 2010 • 4:08 pm •
  27. Nice outfits , but she blends in with the brides mates, and hubby i cannot not see him amongst the groom ‘s mates .

    Vix

    28 September 2010 • 4:20 pm •
  28. This is too brown

    Sasa

    28 September 2010 • 6:20 pm •
  29. Whats going on here?

    mina

    28 September 2010 • 9:24 pm •
  30. Ur outfits are nice and may God bless u!!

    Lil Mama

    28 September 2010 • 11:54 pm •
  31. wow beautiful traditional wedding more pics of the decor please…god bless!

    Nwai

    29 September 2010 • 8:04 am •
  32. I must say your outfits look stunning , your wedding was beautiful ntombazana , i also understand its a traditional wedding , but ur make -up , not ayoba @ all..

    God bless you

    Trina

    29 September 2010 • 9:00 am •
  33. beutiful weding my God bless you.

    wow

    29 September 2010 • 11:21 am •
  34. More Pic’s please

    Vuvu

    29 September 2010 • 12:20 pm •
  35. BEATYFUL TRADITION.GOD BLESS YOU!!

    Nomlu

    29 September 2010 • 12:43 pm •
  36. No, no, no, this is VERY DULL. How can u were brown at ur wedding the guests were even brighter than the bride.

    Tebza

    29 September 2010 • 1:04 pm •
  37. What is happening here? Dont tell me its a wedding, people are playing you know, but the designer played his/her part very well. I love it.

    Boss

    29 September 2010 • 1:04 pm •
  38. If there was no ‘kissing pic’ I still would have not been able to identify the groom. I like makoti’s design but its hard to recognise her if you not searching too hard. Its a bit too dark.

    All the best to the couple though.

    Afro

    29 September 2010 • 1:12 pm •
  39. nice oitfits. mara it was diddicult for me to see who the bride is at first …dnt let youor maids overshadow u. only u must wear that Tiara

    dm

    29 September 2010 • 3:13 pm •
  40. i love the dresses but bride’s dress is too simple u cannot differentiate her from the bride’s maids

    Vuyo

    29 September 2010 • 3:21 pm •
  41. Beautiful wedding, I wish you all of the Best in your marriage and May the Good Lord Richly Bless You. Thanks for sharing.

    TbgM

    29 September 2010 • 3:25 pm •
  42. well said Afro, I’m also confused. they all look like bride’s maids. but hey, their choice. what’s done is done

    mina

    29 September 2010 • 9:58 pm •
  43. wow, i love the outfits

    browneyes

    30 September 2010 • 9:38 am •
  44. well planned. Ntate modimo a le tshireletse.

    linki

    30 September 2010 • 10:03 am •
  45. One will never go wrong with tradinal wedding, it is always nice and not complicated to plan it, yours was nice too sisi, all the best.

    MM

    30 September 2010 • 10:20 am •
  46. Makoti, why u dumele to blend in like that vele?

    Macaly

    30 September 2010 • 11:21 am •
  47. not a bright wedding al all…

    YEAH

    30 September 2010 • 12:20 pm •
  48. Loved the outfits!!

    beke

    30 September 2010 • 2:58 pm •
  49. Wow this is beautiful guys, jealous down, for those of you how are complaining, hope to see yours soon.

    Tebogo

    1 October 2010 • 8:46 am •
  50. nice wedding may the almighty bless your wedding.

    triple t

    1 October 2010 • 12:40 pm •
  51. beautiful indeed,well planned and perfect

    Thil

    1 October 2010 • 11:51 pm •
  52. i love ur outfits sisi.im going to have one to go to my friend s wedding,may god bless ur marriage

    ohlekayo

    3 October 2010 • 12:17 am •
  53. you guys look good, but i had to go through a couple of pics to figure out gore makoti ke mang.
    the bride needs to stand out!

    Sematsatsa

    4 October 2010 • 9:28 am •
  54. @ sweety, i cant say anything about the white wedding
    @ Mahlodi yes it was at Katlehong,Ditselana
    @ Sasa007 yes i did ask for permission to post them
    @ Nomathemba she was given away by elders its just that i didnt post all pics
    as i had mentioned earlier taht im not a professional photographer, so ke i tumella ha le ratile what i managed to snap

    Miss E

    4 October 2010 • 9:55 am •
  55. Looking good because you stuck to the theme which is African and you looked awsome.

    Tammie

    4 October 2010 • 10:58 am •
  56. nice traditional gamets

    kgaugelo

    4 October 2010 • 3:23 pm •
  57. Guys, hu is the bride? Makoti, is the white wedding coming? And the guests, was it only the neighbours?

    Dkay

    4 October 2010 • 4:03 pm •
  58. i dont see gore who is makoti nd what do we have to call this, i mean really””””””

    kedi

    5 October 2010 • 3:17 pm •
  59. The guys are super stunning, i love the colours. Ohhh the bride is such a beauty! I love your colours gal frend…. You are all looking lovely and happy. Thixo anisikelele!

    Nana

    6 October 2010 • 8:50 am •
  60. @Miss E please read my comment my love I was pleading for more pictures on you ngwaneso can you? Leave the white wedding to the bride and groom. I’m sorry if I misunderstood your comment.

    SWEETY

    7 October 2010 • 2:05 pm •
  61. This is a traditional wedding to the ‘T’ I just love everything, this is truly African. I wish God can continue blessing you both in your marriage.

    MaFlo

    8 October 2010 • 8:24 am •
  62. Happy birthday to my daughter, Bulelwa Ncwadi

    Thando

    8 October 2010 • 11:34 am •
  63. What is with black people and their negativity.This is a beautiful traditional wedding please…..a wedding is not a white gown OK!!!please wake up and smell the coffee.They are proudly African if you understand what AFRICAN means Kedi.Just enjoy the beautiful pics…

    Mina

    9 October 2010 • 2:43 pm •
  64. simple but stunning, u surely dnt spend a lot on unnecessary thingz.
    smthingz r jst 2 please the public bt really dnt need. white wedding is an option 4 us black ppl, we’r not white. we so westernized 2 an extend that our culture is no longer appropriate or enough.

    nice wedding ppl, be blessed.

    kekeletso

    10 October 2010 • 6:35 pm •
  65. hei,im lucky mi husband is handsome!!!!

    lulu

    12 October 2010 • 8:55 am •
  66. i love your dress girl. what a beautiful traditional weddinng.

    matheko

    13 October 2010 • 11:37 am •
  67. The designer is nice and simple I like the way it is. The makoti is so cute.

    Nyiko

    13 October 2010 • 7:46 pm •
  68. The Wedding and the dresses look very beautiful. But the different designs make it very difficult to tell which one is the bride.

    LEE

    14 October 2010 • 1:21 pm •
  69. Thats so wonderfull,beautifull,

    Rosset

    15 October 2010 • 11:19 am •
  70. Hi Miss E,
    will it be possible for u to foward me the contact details of the dress designer
    thanks

    Willz

    18 October 2010 • 10:39 am •
  71. Wow girl…you did everything right…
    Your dress n that of the bridedmaids =100%beautiful
    God bless your union
    Hope some people learned a few tips from you

    Faith

    18 October 2010 • 1:09 pm •
  72. nice weekend guys I love your tradition please give me the number.Wow!!! beautiful wedding is not all about the white dress.

    LEE ANN

    18 October 2010 • 6:05 pm •
  73. @ willz the designer’s name is Kgosi his digits r 0830499456

    Miss E

    20 October 2010 • 9:53 am •
  74. How can you not see the bride because she is the first one marching, people u like complaining over unnecessary things le a tena man. White wedding or not your marriage was loveley.

    chocolate

    20 October 2010 • 2:19 pm •
  75. i like your traditional outfits,decoration on pic 9 and there is one thing i dont understsnd why you didn’t bother you self with .church/Hall decoration that wasn’t ayoba.

    princess

    28 October 2010 • 11:35 am •
  76. Beautiful. It reminds me of my wedding. I went all African. I just think white dress are a bit outdated now. ha ha ha…. I agree that the different designs and colors makes it difficult to spot the bride. I couldn’t when I saw the 1st pic.

    Tsietso

    1 November 2010 • 10:19 pm •
  77. wow tlk about clash of da traditional attires….dis is fantabolous.evry lady was dressed in thier respectiv traditional clothes n they all lukd fab ke ra le di guets phela….makoti u luk lovely n simple n so does ur bridal party.i cnt really c da decor but u get a 4/5 frm menaeza!

    k-fever!

    2 November 2010 • 11:06 am •
  78. ALWAYS MAKOTI O KA PELE BATHONG HAO.TRADITIONAL WEDDINGS ARE SO AYOBAFUL AND EASY TO MANAGE.THE PLANING IS SO OPEN U CAN DO AS YOU WISH,THE COLOUR ARE SO SETSOFUL,THE MAKOTIS ARE FREE THEY DANCE AND SMILE YO..YO!! MAKE-UP IS NOT NECESSARY, NKA TLOTSA LETSOKU HA KE RATA I LOVED THE PICTURES.

    mpolo

    10 November 2010 • 4:52 pm •
  79. This is no 1 wedding since i born k! Ola ka da!

    Achuza

    3 January 2011 • 3:28 pm •
  80. HI all.
    My contacts are 073 0499456
    info@tribalwear.co.za

    Khosi

    18 January 2011 • 5:16 pm •
  81. i love this beautiful !!!

    Ma-andz

    8 March 2011 • 4:00 pm •