Hluli & Velly Mnisi

101 Comments

  1. this is not ayoba at all…. the colours and everything is not ayoba

    RR

    10 December 2009 • 11:13 am •
  2. Hhayi no I agree with you RR it is so not ayoba what up with a purple or brown gown hhayi noma ngabe kuthiwa asithandi izitayela ezifanayo kodwa cha this was extremly out of order.

    Saneli

    10 December 2009 • 11:41 am •
  3. This is ayoba.Hluli you are so beautiful.

    Lesego

    10 December 2009 • 12:05 pm •
  4. Hha! the colours are too much!!! but well every girl have their own dream weddding in mind and I guess this was yours. But I wish you a blessed future

    vammy

    10 December 2009 • 12:20 pm •
  5. MRS MVULENI you are so beautiful my dear. I like the colours and the attire of your maids.its about time that we must take our tradtion to the higher level,Nibahle i wish i was there. Thandi

    THANDI

    10 December 2009 • 12:23 pm •
  6. @ RR
    these are Tsonga traditional Colours and they are looking FAB.
    Hluli and Velly this is creativity at its best-nice.

    God bless.

    Modips

    10 December 2009 • 12:33 pm •
  7. was this a real wedding?

    lee

    10 December 2009 • 12:44 pm •
  8. Shhhhhooooooooooooo, the colours..!

    Rivonia

    10 December 2009 • 1:19 pm •
  9. For me its definetly ayoba,she showed how proud she is of her culture and girl you rock,your brides maids dresses were marvellous,,,i am getting one for myself and your dress ”wow”its stunning,,,beutiful wedding guy’s very unusual…regards thulisile ntombela

    thulisile ntombela

    10 December 2009 • 1:21 pm •
  10. dont come and critisize people’s culture this is perfect beatiful all the best halala!! to the proud Tsonga’s

    noni

    10 December 2009 • 1:33 pm •
  11. the tradition is nice but this is too much guys, but what can we say. you got married- may God be with you and bless yous!

    Zaza

    10 December 2009 • 1:40 pm •
  12. This is our colours, our culture and its beautiful. Its Ayoba and very different. Ndziri hoyo hoyo! I bey you guys enjoyed. May the Lord bless you and may he make his face to shine upon you.

    Joyce

    10 December 2009 • 1:55 pm •
  13. This is scary.where is our bride anyway

    vv

    10 December 2009 • 1:56 pm •
  14. What were you guys thinking? This is like watchng the Durban July. Girl, I’m disappointed. At least you look happy but it really doesn’t look like a wedding….

    KV

    10 December 2009 • 1:57 pm •
  15. I love the colours guys it is very ayoba and different.

    Noxolo

    10 December 2009 • 2:21 pm •
  16. this looks like it was planned today and took place the following day, everything is not ayoba.

    Modikiseng

    10 December 2009 • 2:43 pm •
  17. Come on Guys, don’t you see that this is a Tsonga tradional colours. Appreciate other cultures. This is their roots and bride.
    Mr and Mrs Mnisi you rock. I love everything about this wedding. The bridesmaid dresses is so stunning (I like picture no 12). Can you share with me about who designs your dresses. I want to steal one of the dress and I think you won’t mind? let God almighty be with this union and respect each other until you grow grey together.

    Nevah

    10 December 2009 • 3:07 pm •
  18. umona phansi bakwethi is the way bona bathande ngayo, sisi this was very beautiful ,okuhle kodwa emshadweni wenu umdali abenani.

    THANDI

    10 December 2009 • 3:20 pm •
  19. Great dress makoti and bride maids dresses are stunning as well. Love the colours, who said it could only be a white dress….

    More pics of bride and groom pls, its fine you can remove Aunties, graanies and uncles…

    Have a blessed wonderful future and respect one another.

    Za

    10 December 2009 • 3:22 pm •
  20. Ikgantse ka setso sa gago halalala!!! God bless

    Rachel Ngulube

    10 December 2009 • 3:30 pm •
  21. May GOD bless you and keep you together.

    P

    10 December 2009 • 3:45 pm •
  22. all of you who are criticizing, every person is unique and we cannot love the same thing. next time if you have nothing to say, find something else to do. are you saying all the negatives because they are Tsonga people. accept that you are not the only south african, you can do what ever you want but you will never win.

    tonia

    10 December 2009 • 3:45 pm •
  23. Your comments guys. May the good Lord richly bless you guys, and bare in mind “No weapon was formed against you guys shall prosper said the Lord!” so people comments should not destroy your happiness.Thanks for sharing.

    Tebogo M

    10 December 2009 • 3:59 pm •
  24. All I ca say is that TAKE CARE OF EACH-OTHER,ENJOY EVERY MINUTE OF BEING HUSBAND & WIFE.GOD BLESS YOU.

    Zanele Khabanyana

    10 December 2009 • 4:25 pm •
  25. It’s a very beatiful Shangaan wedding. It’s funny how we South Africans do not find our own traditions so AYOBA and rather run for westernised wedding attires. Well done Mrs. Mnisi, your wedding was beautiful and proudly South African. Xikwembi xi mikatekisa.

    Refiwe

    10 December 2009 • 4:38 pm •
  26. This is a tsonga wedding and color is our thing…beautiful

    Sandy

    10 December 2009 • 5:32 pm •
  27. Iyooo…I need shades for these bright colours.Be proud of ur culture but also dont ambush it like this.This was just too much.Simple is better…really.Anyway may god bless your union.Congrats.

    Mpho

    11 December 2009 • 7:14 am •
  28. If we still look down on each other s’ cultures like people are doing on this comment box it clearly indicate S.A ..there so called rainbow nation doesn’t exists @ all.its still a dream struggling to come true.People hello!!! thats a Tsonga/Shangaan Wedding and it has got Colour,it must have Colour..by all means it looks stunning,everything looks Superb here.. Hluli and Veli you perfectly planned your wedding and it turned out ok..Thanks for sharing this wonderful event in your life with us..when i first laid my eyes on these pics i was amaized at the creativity of the whole Shangaan wedding dress and all that.

    And Down with Sarcasm and ignorance..big up with apreciating each other s’ culture

    Cheers

    pruddy

    11 December 2009 • 8:55 am •
  29. THE WEDDING WAS BEAUTIFUL AND THE COLOURS WERE SUPERB….I LIKE THE UNIQUENESS OF THE WEDDING….MY FIANCE IS A TSONGA AND I’LL DEFINETLY TAKE 1 OR 2 THINGS FROM THIS WEDDINGG….CONGRATULATIONS

    ELISE

    11 December 2009 • 9:01 am •
  30. this is beautiful a true depiction of our rich heritage. i have always loved the colours of tsonga culture and the fact that she was able to infuse traditional and western influence in her designs… she looks happy and clearly not a person who follows the norm…

    cindy

    11 December 2009 • 9:07 am •
  31. THIS IS SO A BIIIGGGGGG AYOBA NIBAHLE NIBAHLE NIBAHLE!!!!
    UMONA PHANSI. THIS IS WHAT WE TALK ABOUT MAS’KHULUMA NGE TRADITION
    I AGREE WITH YOU REFIWE ANS SANDY THIS IS OUTSTANDING… THE COLOURS
    ARE PERFECT.
    GOD BLESS YOU MR & MRS MNISI

    jane

    11 December 2009 • 9:08 am •
  32. it their culture hhawu….

    ayoba or not ayoba …. it doesn’t metter if you enjoyed your day my dear.

    May God bless you and your hubby

    Siphiwe

    11 December 2009 • 9:15 am •
  33. this is beautiful, a mi sasekile Mrs Mnisi, ha ti nyungubyisa hina vana va matsonga ku vona va sesi wa hina va endla swilo swa ku saseka ku fana na leswi. Xikwembu xi va na nwina eka vukati bya nwina. Proudly mutsonga!

    Given

    11 December 2009 • 9:56 am •
  34. Lovely dress, swa tsakisa ku vona mugaza a ti nyungubyisa hi ndhavuko wa yena, Big ups to you girl. May God bless your marriage

    Kizzy

    11 December 2009 • 10:03 am •
  35. Why do we like critising one another. This is a Tsonga wedding lets appreciate! Guys you look stunning, may the Good Lord bless u, and bring you peace and joy in your marriage!

    Lebo

    11 December 2009 • 10:12 am •
  36. You look stunning, Xhosas and Zulus will not understand but shangaans will understand the outfit. Mi saseke ngopfu vana va mhani.Hi khensa na department leya le mapotweni, haaa va mhani amiswi bini.

    Rhandzu And Hundzuka

    11 December 2009 • 10:40 am •
  37. Guys you look stunning in your bright colours. you know bright colours makes u bright in your bight day. Your flower girl and her partner and your bridesmaid are beautiful. may the almighty God bless you.

    Lerato

    11 December 2009 • 10:41 am •
  38. Nkhuvo wa n’wina wu sasekile .Halala hi xigaza halala!Lava mavondzo va
    nyumileeee!Hosi a yi mi katekise.

    tsano

    11 December 2009 • 10:52 am •
  39. You are so beautiful. You have set a good example that we must be proud of our african culture. Your venue is also stunning. Well done!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Florence

    11 December 2009 • 11:14 am •
  40. Wow naze nabahle you girl ngokuthanda isiko lami ngiyakuhlonipha noma bangathini it does not matter to you bewumuhle uhlukile osekusele kinini thandanani nihloniphane

    Grace

    11 December 2009 • 11:28 am •
  41. i agree with you Tonia, lots of people seems to forget their culture & they critises other people culture because they don’t know who they are, shame on them, ba mo lefifing, ba latlhegile, ayoba girl ayoba.
    lots of love, thandi kolotse

    thandi

    11 December 2009 • 12:07 pm •
  42. Ria livhuwa Hlubi this is culture at it’s best.May God bless you and enjoy your marriage.THIS IS AYOBAAAAAAAAAAA NO DOUBT.I love your bridemaids dresses I think I’ll also still a design.

    Mremza

    11 December 2009 • 1:15 pm •
  43. Well done girl. This is unique and beautiful.AYOBA kuleyo ndawo. Ri a livhuwa munyanya hoyu ndiwa vhudi. I love your bridemaids dresses and you great kha mutsheka wanu.God bless you and your husband.

    Mremza

    11 December 2009 • 1:20 pm •
  44. I agree with you RR. This is not ayoba.

    ully

    11 December 2009 • 1:29 pm •
  45. I fell in love with this wedding theme the first time I looked at it; you also managed to keep it consistent from the beginning to the end. Guys I got married in December 2008 and I know how much effort and energy goes into planning. I can tell that this was planned up to the finest detail. Girl I envy your creativity. The venue also looks perfect although it’s not exposed that much. I wish I could see more pictures. I love this. “Trust in God with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding”. In that way you marriage will last and you will have joy and peace.

    Kwanda

    11 December 2009 • 1:35 pm •
  46. Guys this was beautiful but also over. to the engaged people, please don’t over do on your wedding, this was beautiful but yoooooooooh, the colours were too much, come on guys let’s not make our culture a loughing stock, guys you overdone this but what can we say, that was your dream wedding God bless

    Mavis

    11 December 2009 • 1:52 pm •
  47. I’ve never seen anything like this before. I’m one of those people who love bold colours, however this makes me change my mind. I extremely love your taste. You made everything simple and very cultural. When my big day comes, I’ll surely remember your taste. ‘Bravo’ african style. I say thank you for sharing your pictures with us. Abadala bathi, “Ukwanda kwaliwa ngumthakathi”.

    ZuluGirl

    11 December 2009 • 2:33 pm •
  48. Ayoba!! I just love tradition, especially the shibelan atire.Mudzimu a shudufhadze mbingano ya vheiwe.

    Tshisi

    11 December 2009 • 2:44 pm •
  49. I think you look amazing girl….

    it was all about you, and wat u wanted, abd not to all the boring people who critisise u,

    nania

    11 December 2009 • 3:11 pm •
  50. as long as you enjoyed your day,I bet people who are making nasty comments are not married, not in stable a relationship,they know nothing about culture.halalallalalallalalalalalaa …..Hluli and Velly

    Dinny

    11 December 2009 • 3:53 pm •
  51. NOW THIS IS WHAT I CALL PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN!!! TRUE-IT LOOKS LIKE SHE AMBUSHED THE COLORS BUT THAT’S HOW IT’S DONE IN TSONGA CULTURE-THEIR COLORS ARE IN YOUR FACE LIKE THAT!!!!
    I MUST BOW DOWN TO THE BRIDE FOR STICKING TO HER GUNS, I KNOW IT MUST HAVE BEEN HARD TO GET A LOT OF PEOPLES APPROVAL TO GO THIS ROUTE.
    HALALA MMA….YOU TRULY ARE AN INSPIRATION

    dubai-diva

    12 December 2009 • 8:27 am •
  52. I love bright colors, certainly do especially yellow. I see this was well planned. I think it’s your dream wedding. It’s creative, bit of western but still traditional. Love bride’s made’s dresses. Looking happy I welcome you to this journey. It is a beautiful journey when you remind one another that you are in love. May God richley bless you.

    Nolu

    12 December 2009 • 9:51 am •
  53. I really don’t understand why people are so concerned about what other people say or not. This comment box was put here to see different opinions from different people. Be it positive or negative criticism. As people, we should learn to take negative criticism and turn it into a positive one. We are all entitled to our own opinion, hence the freedom to express one’s self and the freedom of speech. Maybe all of you haters of negative criticism should consult with your government to change the bill of rights. Wena Tonia, don’t go around telling people that if they have nothing to say they should keep quiet. Maybe le wena you should just comment on the wedding and say nothing about other people’s comments. We are all entitled to our own opinion and if you can’t stand the heat, then get the hell out of the kitchen.

    KV

    14 December 2009 • 8:42 am •
  54. Guys Congratulations on a very beautiful wedding.To all the other guys how are we supposed to paste our wedding pictures if some of u are so negetive.Please i fi u dont have something nice to say just keep qiuet.

    Zaza

    14 December 2009 • 9:54 am •
  55. This is definately Ayobrrr, very very nice girl. I love it.

    Ino

    14 December 2009 • 10:11 am •
  56. This wedding has all the elements of a well clued couple who know who they are! Halala with the culture thing, this will definitely get more people to respect and love their culture instead of pretending that everything Western is cool. CONGRATULATIONS ON A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING LOVE AND RESPECT EACH OTHER FOR YOUR MARRIAGE TO BE SUCCESFUL!!

    Kathy

    14 December 2009 • 10:59 am •
  57. Halaala, Yaaaaaaaa neh.

    What a wedding! it was nice though.

    Nyana

    14 December 2009 • 11:19 am •
  58. This is elegant and unique.I love evrything i c, the bridesmnaid are looking Ayonaness, makoti your dress is “WOW” and you look very comfortable in it i love your idea, that is creativity at its best.

    Guys can i have your designers numbers please mail them to IQ@ANANZI.CO.ZA

    This is nice i want something like that but in venda tradition.

    Nkwe

    14 December 2009 • 12:55 pm •
  59. i can see the bride is Tsonga and the groom is Zulu that is so nice guys makoti we welcome you and you look good on your wedding day everything is pefect may God bless your marriage in Jesus Name.Nibahle

    Mpumi

    14 December 2009 • 12:58 pm •
  60. Thank you KV tell these people if something is not Ayoba we are entitled to our own opinions, and I am saying it again the colour combination was crayz man, noma ngabe uyibheka ngayiphi indlela but cha kiyahana, we are not against the peoples cultures but if something is not nice, it not nice finish regardless ukuthi eyayiphi iculture, the colours were tooooooooooo much too bright.

    Saneli

    14 December 2009 • 1:41 pm •
  61. Loved everything about your wedding you looked sooooooooo beautiful especially the colours and the brides maids

    May the good Lord bless your union

    Zulu woman

    14 December 2009 • 2:02 pm •
  62. THIS IS DEFINATELY AYOBA…… AYOBANESS!!! What a stunning Shangaan wedding,Halala homeboy halala. Veli & Hluli you’ve made us PROUD! As a Shangaan Woman i’ve never seen such a beautiful Traditional Tsonga wedding.You guys ROCK. Xikwembu axi mi katekise, Muchato wa nwina wu XONGILE SWINENE. Ha ti nyungubyisa hina magaza.PROUDLY SHANGAAN!!!!!!!!

    TK

    14 December 2009 • 2:23 pm •
  63. Kv u are so rude,ure are not needed here

    noni

    14 December 2009 • 2:46 pm •
  64. Wow!amazing

    Gerty

    14 December 2009 • 3:36 pm •
  65. U GO GIRL, THIS IS FABULOUS, YR WEDDING WAS SO BEAUIFUL

    GLENDA

    15 December 2009 • 10:35 am •
  66. Well Noni, that is not your decision to make now, is it? It’s not called rude FYI. It’s called calling a spade, a spade…

    KV

    15 December 2009 • 12:05 pm •
  67. This is the best african I ve seen, you are beautiful I m also a tsonga Its the first time seeing such wedding Im impressed

    THEMBI

    15 December 2009 • 3:58 pm •
  68. Sesi,what a beaut,wel organised weddin,u lava kuri ni rivala abt white weddin,im gettin married nxt year n im kinda connfused wen i luk at dis,im thinkin of keepin it u style.u wer al beut.BOMBA MCHANGANA!

    mawi

    16 December 2009 • 10:19 am •
  69. ha ti nyungubyisa hi wina

    Vongani

    16 December 2009 • 3:21 pm •
  70. Yo yo yo this is amazing. Your wedding was beautiful. i love the colour combination. Guys you made me proud and i hope people should take note and embrace their cultures. Well done wish you all the best in your marriage.

    Voni

    17 December 2009 • 8:37 am •
  71. hhayi wena NoNI ndini stop being childish, hawu KV was voicing his or her opinion she is entitled, if you can’t take the heat get out of the kitchen alright. asizophathwa uwena.

    Saneli

    17 December 2009 • 11:40 am •
  72. Jo jo Sista i am speechless ur wedding was AYOBA ,Ignore negative comment some people their so jealous

    Lulu

    17 December 2009 • 11:59 am •
  73. Wow!!! girl you so creative! That is the most beautiful wedding i have seen. The colors are so amazing!!!Wow again

    Penny Van wyk

    17 December 2009 • 12:15 pm •
  74. Hi I’d take your idea my Darling this is very very nice, may your future be bright like your wedding colours.

    Thats Ayobaaaaaaaa.

    AB

    17 December 2009 • 12:40 pm •
  75. KV you are right, We are all entitled to our own opinion,I think our comments help to able to choose the best wedding, if something is not right, you are not forced to say is right, KV keep it up. Hluli you wedding is Ayobaness,stay blessed.

    Lufuno

    17 December 2009 • 3:32 pm •
  76. Haibo cha you were really hot may the Good Lord Bless and annoint you for ever One Luv guys

    xxx

    Vusi & Nombulelo

    21 December 2009 • 1:24 pm •
  77. Wow!!! girl this was so greet and have a wonderful marriege

    Advice

    22 December 2009 • 8:44 pm •
  78. Sistas, you are trendsetter, You’ve just given me an idea for my anniversary celebration. You go girl!!

    Regalia (Clayville)

    23 December 2009 • 11:44 am •
  79. Noni, leave KV alone, and get a life!

    Regalia (Clayville)

    23 December 2009 • 11:45 am •
  80. Wow…. what a beautiful wedding, KV those where Xitsonga colours
    If you don’t like the colours sorry………May the lord bless your wedding

    pat

    23 December 2009 • 4:57 pm •
  81. this is very nice, actually very great

    Thatohatsi Tholotha

    24 December 2009 • 9:07 am •
  82. Halaaaaala! your clothes are owesome. I have lots of respect for you guys. Thank you for showing us the beautiful alternative to the white dress.
    May our Lord bless your marriage.

    dotcom

    28 December 2009 • 12:17 pm •
  83. Ayobaa! yuo have just given me a clue for my unnivesary! homu homu mateee!

    khensani

    28 December 2009 • 12:40 pm •
  84. Nibahle nibahle nibahle

    jabu

    30 December 2009 • 10:08 pm •
  85. This is ayoba you were so beautifull iam proud of you for showing us tsonga girls that it is possible,i love your colours ,your design i hope to copy you guys when i get married ,i wish you all the best.THIS IS AYOBANESS,A- YO- BA, BIG UP GUYS YOU ROCK

    jowie

    8 January 2010 • 5:31 pm •
  86. i wasn’t sure whether culture will work or not but u just made it a simple decision 4 me 2 stick to my roots.
    i love it, i’m so in love with my culture.
    thank u 4 de reminder dat even Matsonga Machangani can do it, my wedding is planned for April(Dzivamusoko) dis year(2010) and i now have a clear picture of my dream day.
    i hope u stick together 4 life just like u did with ur culture, God Bless both of u.

    Fikile

    12 January 2010 • 8:18 am •
  87. yah neh batho ba bangwe ba creative nd organised. ngwana batho le botse botse

    ShokiMoloto

    14 January 2010 • 1:50 pm •
  88. Stunning,Beautiful,Lovely,Outstanding & incredible not forgetting pure creativity,Hluli u’ve outdone urself! This was a dream made by God & no-one shall destroy so to those who cricize i’ll be waiting for ur wedding pics lets see if it beats this so until then keep ur traps shut! aswi sakseile swilo swa nwina i can imagine the effort u put into it! keep the designs coming can’t wait…

    Ntivo

    29 January 2010 • 3:56 am •
  89. M speechless, ur wedding ws Ayooba. Na mina ndza cata traditional wedding soon.lol HAV A GUD LIFE!

    Pulicius

    30 January 2010 • 8:49 pm •
  90. Design’s no 0798661710!!

    Pulicius

    3 February 2010 • 4:34 pm •
  91. jii aku sasekiwile mhani hluli u blind jer a wedding of its own kind

    Dzunisani Baloyi

    22 February 2010 • 9:07 pm •
  92. Halala ni mi navelele minkateko hosi xikwembu xi va na nwina Halala Xitsonga Halala. i do not know what to say you are very very ayobaaaaaaa.

    Phindile

    15 March 2010 • 3:43 pm •
  93. nice wedding.

    SHEILA

    31 March 2010 • 9:23 am •
  94. Really like opinion on wedding.

    Inez Reiber

    29 April 2010 • 7:42 pm •
  95. Halala na ti nyungubyisa hi nwina Magaza ya ka hina, I love…the colours, u were destined to be together, Hluli and Vheli is like music in my ears. God Bless u.

    Sasekile

    2 June 2010 • 12:57 pm •
  96. KV KERE O NALE JEALOUS YA CAPITAL “J” THIS IS AYOBANESS GET A LIFE…LMAO

    JP

    29 June 2010 • 3:07 pm •
  97. wow guys you hav done such a wonderful thing of getting married, and 4rm now on your a very beautiful couple, may the lord bless u’r marriadge it looks lyk u had a fantastic lyf. dat was ayooooooba.

    mongwadi

    20 July 2010 • 2:12 pm •
  98. KV and NONI actually watz your problem if lena le di-issues tsa lena u must get a way on how solve dem, not in the chat room

    mongwadi

    20 July 2010 • 2:56 pm •
  99. U know I love u guys and I love what i see. Truly speaking since 2009 after I saw ur wedding pictures I just feel inlove with it. U guys u rock I cunt stop of looking at ur pictures. Iam a tsonga gal and this is what I want on my wedding december.I love ur colour its wow,I love ur wedding pic. Wish uv longer lasting and may God bless u with what u want. Love uuuuuuuuuuuuuu.

    jowie

    17 February 2011 • 3:51 pm •
  100. I love everything about this wedding, I was there it was so AYOBA. the food was african only except for two or three platas to accommodate few whites who were there, I guese. but wow makoti designed everything,her number is 0798661710

    Rose Sekiti

    1 April 2011 • 3:36 pm •
  101. Wow this is beautiful, I’m getting married this year and I want a traditional wedding…wasn’t sure where to start but at least now I’ve got an idea and all thanx to u guys….May God continue to richly bless u! Can I have ur designer’s numbers, u can email it to mdakah@yahoo.com, will really appreciate it.Thanx!

    nwana wa mutsonga

    13 April 2011 • 9:10 pm •