Jerry Moabelo and Katlego Kanyane

Katlego’s Story:

It was one afternoon when I was walking from the institution (UJ Doornfontein Campus) heading to our private Residence (Ladies Only). As I was walking, I could see two gentlemen standing on the side of the road of which one was my classmate Tshepo. He was standing with some guy I don’t know.

As I was about to pass Standard Bank on the way to my Res the two gents approached me. My classmate greeted me and introduced his friend Jerry to me whom he said was interested in talking to me.

I met him again after some weeks by the library and he asked me to come visit him by his Res. I just promised him I would come but never did. He then called me on Monday the 4th of April to let me know about his birthday that was on Wednesday the 6th of April, “not sure how I decided to answer his call that time”. A friend of mine mentioned his name over dinner on Tuesday evening and I for a change I started thinking differently so I decided to send him a birthday message on Wednesday.

 

When we started dating and knowing each other better, I started falling in love with his beautiful personality and his love for God. He was full of kindness, intelligent, honest and caring and that’s what made me feel he was the man for me. I started seeing a husband in him at the age of 18 and he was 20.

We were blessed with a beautiful son “Kamo” three years later and had lobola negotiations and celebrations in the past years. Our love continued growing over years and today we requesting  you to come join us on our special day as we will be pledging our love in-front of our families, friends and God above.

Jerry’s Story :

One day after a class in 2005 I was on my way to Res with my friend Manqoba, when he told me about this lefresher (referred to 1st year students) at a class he was doing. He painted a picture perfect of her describing her as short, coffee colour- scurl cut and very beautiful .I made a priceless bet with him that she is going to be mine. We strategically planned a moment  where I would meet up with them after a class on their way to Res.The day came and I was really charmed by her looks when I met them(Katlego and my friend Manqoba).What stunned me that day was two things, I said Hi babes and she responded by Sho mfethu and when she was walking it was as if she is a pantsula dancer(Nea chesta).By the time I could propose we had reached where she stays,and I did not even have enough courage.We bumped into each other occasionally at school but I did not progress much until I got her number. March holidays came and I tried calling her but she was not interested.

 After the holidays I was under pressure for my bet and her resistance made me more certain that “ I need her”.

One day after my last class I went to Thabo Jabula (Ladies only Res ,No man allowed) because she was not answering my calls.

 I spoke to their Res manager to call her for me, she was hesitant but I insisted .I persuaded her to a point she opened the gate and I was now on the Res Door and they went to fetch her. She was shocked because no one ever managed to get passed the Res gate and the Manager never takes orders to call anyone especially for a boy. Afraid of already embarrassing moment, she decided to come with me to my Res to just hear me out.

I did not even know what to tell her. I fumbled and asked her if she knew chess and she said yes, oh my I did not even know the meaning of king or castle. While she moves the first pawn I just copied her moves till she saw I’m messing   around thought I won her heart when we kissed after the visit. I invited her for my birthday party and after the party that’s when we started dating.

We have been through trying time most notably my father’s passing.

 We also shared highs of life including, our son’s birth, lobola celebration, engagement in Cape town and many more.

 

Who did what, website and email addy:

Catering: RREVENTS

Photography: Hotspot photography and Marota Videography

Music: Morning breeze and 4 BROTHERS

Bridal gown: Both dresses from Bridal Basket

Groom’s suit: Carlo Pignatelli

294 Comments

  1. well done beautiful wedding, décor is to die for. all the best in your marriage

    Lope

    30 July 2014 • 8:24 am •
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    • Thank you

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      Miss Tumi Lekay

      13 August 2014 • 8:31 am •
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  2. Lovely shame umona phansi, mara intro is a bible chapter yooh.

    MHHHH

    30 July 2014 • 9:34 am •
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  3. Beutiful dress Makoti, Nice Colour Combination… God Bless ur Union 🙂

    Ginababe

    30 July 2014 • 9:55 am •
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  4. Beautiful wedding, beautiful love story.

    Congratulations!!!!

    Fundi

    30 July 2014 • 10:04 am •
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  5. Very lovely , makoti nogroom niyafanelana. I dont like the short Bridesmaid dresses. Story is lovely mara too long.

    Zalanjalo

    30 July 2014 • 10:18 am •
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  6. beautiful umona.. phansi, love the colour combination..

    Shirls

    30 July 2014 • 11:13 am •
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  7. this is a perfect wedding, very Beautiful.
    God bless

    Valencia

    30 July 2014 • 11:46 am •
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  8. WOW u make a vry good couple guys….Katleho Kanyane welcome to Bakone Ba Ntshi Dikgolo clan

    Moabelo Lacoste Sis

    30 July 2014 • 12:14 pm •
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  9. Shhhhhaaaaaappppppaaaa Jesto!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ninja

    30 July 2014 • 12:22 pm •
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  10. Short dresses r beautiful..Each n every individual has her own way of dressing her maids…ka lenyalo la gago u ll go 4 long dresses cc..lovely wedding. Every thing is perfect…haters n mafetwa r always negative as if ba laasa banyadiwa ge ba nyala….I hate ba2 ba moona. …Kate n Jesto well done guys…u ve painted zb red mxwaaaa…keep it up ….podile. .e Ikoketja ka monkgo….u ve made a mark……

    hunadi

    30 July 2014 • 12:41 pm •
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    • I am sure u one of the bridesmaids with short dresses ne. Nana take a chill pill. On a public platform people are allowed to state their positive and negative comments. If u dont want people to comment then dont post the pictures hun.

      Zalanjalo

      31 July 2014 • 9:03 am •
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      • this blog deleted my comments but I agree with you Zala.

        Miss O

        31 July 2014 • 10:11 am •
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    • Why are u fighting Hunadi ? If u cant take comments from this blog then dont post your pictures. Why didnt Sowetan block this comment mara ??

      Zozozo

      31 July 2014 • 12:15 pm •
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  11. well done Mate…God be with the Family.

    Bosho

    30 July 2014 • 1:40 pm •
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  12. Beautiful wedding, it was perfect may the man upstairs protect & bless you more.

    Lucious

    30 July 2014 • 1:41 pm •
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  13. This is the best wedding ,hola jesto lol you killing it

    Reginald Moabelo

    30 July 2014 • 2:42 pm •
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  14. What a beautiful wedding…..may God bless u

    Mary Mabena

    30 July 2014 • 2:43 pm •
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  15. Lovely pictures , girl I wish u grinded the mealies wearing your traditional dress not the white gown. I love your traditional gear. lovely

    Toti

    30 July 2014 • 2:44 pm •
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  16. Congratulations guys….what a beatiful wedding!!! God bless u

    Mary Mabena

    30 July 2014 • 2:47 pm •
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  17. Beautiful wedding…

    Hope

    30 July 2014 • 4:58 pm •
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  18. Congratulations my super friends. Y oi made me proud my home boy. May God cover your marriage with his blood.
    This was De wedding. Lovely.

    Patricia Madisha

    30 July 2014 • 5:02 pm •
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  19. Beatiful wedding I helped coordinate. So happy for my brother and sister in law. In God we trust.

    Kholofelo

    30 July 2014 • 5:26 pm •
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  20. Wow what an experience, were a wonderful day that me and Petro will remember forever.
    Best wishes for you two and the honeymoon baby!!!!!!!!!!!

    Pottie

    30 July 2014 • 5:53 pm •
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  21. Beautiful wedding, God bless

    Mrs K

    30 July 2014 • 6:07 pm •
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  22. wow what a nice story ,, may the almighty one bless ur marriage abundantly ..siyabonga it was a perfect wedding .

    bra zane lehau

    30 July 2014 • 7:38 pm •
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  23. great story beatifull wedding may the grace of God ne with you guys….

    tebogo Makwela

    30 July 2014 • 8:14 pm •
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  24. This is so lovely,so perfect.I wish you all the best and may the Good Lord bless protect you and blesse you even more.let no one akene lenyalong la lona but only God!Stay Blessed bafethu lol!

    Mahlatse Fortunate N

    31 July 2014 • 5:30 am •
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  25. well planned and beautiful wedding… Hope you guys had lots of Brandy!!!

    Congratulations Mr and Mrs Kanyane

    Miss O

    31 July 2014 • 5:37 am •
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    • the bridesmaid dresses were a no no for me. a little more material would have been more elegant

      Miss O

      31 July 2014 • 5:41 am •
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      • Thx Miss O , longer dresses make the wedding look a classy and elegant. I dont like the bridesmaid short dresses. Mara everything looked nice. I give this 8 out of 10.

        Zalanjalo

        31 July 2014 • 7:41 am •
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  26. Perfect wedding, Love the decor and the clear pic, set up everything was wow, Cannot even find the right word to say this#Manifique, Katli your smile tells all that it was well planned and God intervened, mostly because you deserve this equisiste wedding…God bless your union

    Mpati

    31 July 2014 • 6:22 am •
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  27. It was a beautiful wedding indeed, we all enjoyed ourselves. lovely young couple.

    Miss Lee

    31 July 2014 • 6:24 am •
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  28. lovely wedding and you look so good together and I can see you both get down(abomajaivane)and enjoyed every minute of your weddidng.

    Vicky

    31 July 2014 • 7:02 am •
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  29. Family members or friends please stop getting offended on people’s comment , If you post on this blog expect both positive and negative comments and stop insulting people that u dont even know. Shrot dresses are also a No, No for me and that doesnt mean kelefetwa hle. Lets act like adults bathong.

    Zulema

    31 July 2014 • 7:55 am •
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    • And the intro is way to long , shuuu

      Zulema

      31 July 2014 • 7:56 am •
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    • So true Zulema, the family member should stop being offended when others post things they could consider as negative. I mean no one is perfect family even Zulema got the spelling for ” short” wrong.

      Refilwe Molefi

      31 July 2014 • 1:22 pm •
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  30. The main table setting is out of this world, simple, yet classy… Perfect… May the Good Lord bless your marriage.

    Phaahlagadi

    31 July 2014 • 8:03 am •
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  31. lenyalo la lena le pila…..

    Nnete ya baba!!

    31 July 2014 • 8:23 am •
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  32. I love the cake , simple and elegant. Wedding Theme colours are nice and refreshing

    Zalanjalo

    31 July 2014 • 9:07 am •
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  33. Kere Mathibestad on the Map, Ayeeyeyeyeye yanong. Wonderful event, *U makoti ngowethu*
    This is a continuous celebration that motivates others, mostly.Jerry my friend take care of the beautiful Katlego#God bless

    Mpati

    31 July 2014 • 9:09 am •
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  34. This is perfect guys wooow congrats..god bless this marriage even more am very proud of you my sista and brother:)

    mpho

    31 July 2014 • 9:18 am •
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  35. A wonderful wedding this was. Such a blessing to be part of the dream team planning such a breath taking event. No doubt, they set the standard. I wish my sister and favourite brother in law a prosperous, blessed marriage. “In God we trust”

    Seane

    31 July 2014 • 10:42 am •
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  36. woooow guys dis wedding is perfect except the black and white fotos en i like the fact that u told us ur story first dats gud beggining bt the brides dress is short yooo boring totally out of order

    EUNICE

    31 July 2014 • 11:13 am •
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  37. From Moabelo’s family we thank you for ur comments, both positive and negative.Remember we celebrating love,lets repect each other’s opinions n not personaly attack 1 another.I enjoy sum negative comments like black and white colour pics not being appreciated by 1,while they are all time hit by proffesionals photographers since 1800.Till today recognised as classic pics.

    We will cherish our wedding day forever.It was not perfect to de world but perfect to me and my beautiful wife.

    Signed,with LOVE n HAPPINESS
    JESTO

    Jesto(Groom)

    31 July 2014 • 12:01 pm •
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    • Wow groom, im impressed by being so cool about appreciating even negative comments, us women we normally take it very personally as for my pictures i just took a decision not to comment negative comments but rather appreciate positive ones as it was perfect for us like you said but it will never be perfect to the world. May God bless your marriage and take good care of each other.

      Mrs M

      31 July 2014 • 1:24 pm •
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    • Thx groom for understanding and not insulting us on on what we commented about. We all humans and not perfect and I believe when you posted u wanted to hear different views negetave or positive. Your wedding looks verly lovely and classy. May u have a happy marriage with your beautiful wife. Stay blessed.

      Zalanjalo

      31 July 2014 • 1:34 pm •
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      • priceless indeed….Congratulations Ntate and re lebogela go understander ga gao!!!

        God bless and many more!

        Nnete ya baba!!

        1 August 2014 • 9:43 am •
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  38. Thx Eunice , bridesmaid dresses ruined everything. Totally not ayoba. Mara other than that the wedding looks nice and classy

    Zozozo

    31 July 2014 • 12:06 pm •
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  39. Bo 1 Corithians 13 type of love. Bathong!!!! I flew business class from Cape Town to witness this union. Only to be shown a 1st class wedding! What a wedding!
    My best moments for the wedding
    -Seeing Jerry and Kamo dance together in traditional attire
    -Kay kissing Jerry on the neck during the “This is how we met” segment
    -Open bar to the entire community that came to the wedding…NO one could beat that!
    -Food in abundance (The type of food served to the first person that dish up was the same to the last person that dished up) thats called planning
    – The live band at Kay’s home catered for the young and old.

    Overall you are only as good as the friends that you have surronded yourself with. Im proud to have surronded myself with people as kind, humble and so caring as Kay and Jesto. Love you guys.

    Refilwe Molefi

    31 July 2014 • 12:59 pm •
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    • Refilwe, wanghalisa. I wish I was there already. Thanks for sharing

      Phumz

      31 July 2014 • 3:21 pm •
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    • Wow, thanks Refilwe for the info, i love the part where u say the first person that dish up was to the last person that dished up……wow wow. indeed that is called planning. most wedding the last people get rice and as meat yona forget it and just a few salads.

      Mahlako

      1 August 2014 • 9:22 am •
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      • Thats what the dream team made sure of. If u have your wedding at a venue the numbers can be controlled but u know bagolo they want they asked that the wedding be at the homes of the bride and groom. So dream team had to plan with that in mind. Kay wore two different mermaid style white dresses. One for her home town wedding and another for Jesto’s family’s wedding. Have u seen how annoying and disgusting it is to have the bride’s dress dirty from the previous day’s celebrations.

        Refilwe Molefi

        1 August 2014 • 1:40 pm •
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        • Hi Refilwe, so who is Dream team? are you the one who organized this elegent wedding? give me ur website so that i can see more….

          Mahlako

          4 August 2014 • 6:15 am •
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          • Hi Mahlako, the dream team is a number of people that made up this team that planned and co-ordinated this wedding. We currently do not have a website running but we can give you our contact details. Right down from the physical invitations, the wedding website and elements incorporated in the wedding

            Miss Tumi Lekay

            4 August 2014 • 10:59 am •
      • kwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa….#Death by I flew business class, was that really necessary to mention it????

        Nnete ya baba!!

        1 August 2014 • 1:59 pm •
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        • @Nnete u know some people are funny , even on Zindzi’s reply below they mention hubby works with million dollar contracts. lol. The wedding was lovely mara some info is better if it is reserved tjoo.

          Zalanjalo

          4 August 2014 • 9:30 am •
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          • @Zalanjalo, lmfao, it was mentioned that the hubby works with million-dollar contracts because there was a comment that said that hope the hubby did not spend all his money on a 1 day event. So it was necessary to explain how this man is so used to handling such big project, handling this one wouldn’t make his wallet empty because of the skills he has acquired through his career experiences

            Miss Tumi Lekay

            4 August 2014 • 11:12 am •
        • Yes it was very necessary, for to understand the level of effort that went into the wedding. This wedding not some over-night last minute planned event, thus we had guests flying ka business class

          Miss Tumi Lekay

          4 August 2014 • 11:03 am •
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          • Kanti are u guys in hubby’s pocket or know his payslip na. I know many people who work with big companies but that does not mean they have them unless if they are the owners of the companies or directors. For me u cant say u are a millionaire if u are an employee with a payslip.

            Zalanjalo

            4 August 2014 • 11:59 am •
    • Are u humble Refilwe ???? The last Statement “U always good as the friends u surround yourself with” U actually blowing your own Trumpheth dear. I wonder if the couple speak of u so high as u speak of them.

      Zalanjalo

      4 August 2014 • 9:43 am •
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      • Yes Refilwe is such a beautiful soul. I made sure I keep her as a friend even after the wedding. The couple does speak so highly of her shame, thats why she was part of the whole planning of the wedding. She is a queen shem. Even co-ordinated the bridal shower from Cape Town and even couriered stuff we needed to make the bridal shower a success. When you talk about a strong, charismatic woman, you are talking about Refilwe Molefi

        Miss Tumi Lekay

        4 August 2014 • 11:07 am •
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        • I would have loved if the bride or groom answered and not u madame.

          Zalanjalo

          4 August 2014 • 11:55 am •
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          • LOL, well i did and there’s nothing you can do about it

            Miss Tumi Lekay

            4 August 2014 • 12:11 pm •
        • Are u the wife Tumi ?

          Linda

          4 August 2014 • 12:30 pm •
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        • Thank you for the kind words Tumi. When you do things for the ones you go all out. The dream team consisted of Kay and Jerry ‘s friends and family. People who were united by the love that Kay and Jerry have for each other. Not a day goes by without taking to the dream team. They have helped me to overcome so much in the last few months. They have cheered me on when I was doing well and arent scared to rebuke me when I do wrong. I will forever be greatful to Jerry and Kay for introducing me to such beautiful souls. love them dearly.

          Refilwe Molefi

          5 August 2014 • 11:06 am •
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      • You tell me Zalanjalo and that will be your own opinion and you are entitled to that. I am greatful to have been blessed with such lovely people in my life and having them in my life has strengthend my testimony in the living God and His love.

        Just reminded me of the another favourite moment of this wedding

        Kay’s parents speech. Before they spoke the got the band to play a song that made everyone get up and dance with them including Kay and Jerry. Wow that was fun.

        Refilwe Molefi

        5 August 2014 • 11:47 am •
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  40. Oh what an elegant wedding. The bride’s dress, suited her so well, gave justice to her voluptuous figure, well done to the bride. The groom’s suit, now that’s classy right there. The decor on the stage, very unique guys, with images of the bride and groom gracing the stage, now that is one of a kind. And then your pictures, wow, love the different architectural settings, mixture of modern and tradition, the photo where the bride in her white dress is holding the traditional kika le motshe, now that is soooooo unique, kika le motshe in a white dress nogal WOW, You guys just broke boundaries and created one of the most beautiful and unique signatures, for that you deserve an award. Eish BEAUTIFUL stuff guys!!!

    Well done and congratulations. God Bless You!!

    Miss Tumi Lekay

    31 July 2014 • 1:41 pm •
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  41. Beautiful wedding endeed makoti. I love the deco,the colour scheme, bridesmaids dresses, grooemsmen. I love your dresses Makoti (elegant). Your hubby was not so bad either (really handsome). May the good Lord bless you.

    Last but most Ï LOVE THE INTRO” beautiful love story. I wish you both all the best. . .

    Phumz

    31 July 2014 • 3:19 pm •
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  42. Wow what a beautiful couple. I pray God’s blessing over your marraige. Loraine (Tannie)

    Loraine Keuler

    31 July 2014 • 6:20 pm •
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  43. If you have issues comment please email : molaudiw@timesmedia.co.za and state the issue.

    Thanks

    sowetanlive

    1 August 2014 • 9:14 am •
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    • ga o tlhalose di issue tsa eng?

      Nnete ya baba!!

      1 August 2014 • 9:44 am •
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      • Jerry a re ditsala tsa gagwe ga di kgone to commenta, so he called me i told him gore he was email the above / kgotsa a etse screengrab so to see gore mathata a ba nang le one ke a feng ke kgone go bankanya.

        sowetanlive

        1 August 2014 • 9:48 am •
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        • Hayi Sowetan live please reply in English tuu , now I dont understand what you wrote above.

          Zalanjalo

          1 August 2014 • 10:29 am •
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          • Hi there,

            With regards to comments on this blog, we approve comments that are constructive criticism and certainly welcome the compliments. We do not tolerate direct attacks, slander and hate speech.

            sowetanlive

            1 August 2014 • 11:42 am •
    • Hi Sowetan “The Baws”- what issues are u refering to ? or must we send an email if we feel the comments are offensive ?

      Zalanjalo

      1 August 2014 • 10:28 am •
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  44. My favourite part was cruising my wife in a 3million dollar car to church.Maserati de Italian toy#Awee

    Jesto(Groom)

    1 August 2014 • 9:20 am •
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    • Thats lovely Jesto I can see your wedding was well planned , I just hope u didnt overspend on a one day event. Real marriage starts after the wedding day. I am glad that u guys enjoyed. Your wedding is really classy except for the short dresses.

      Zindzi

      1 August 2014 • 10:32 am •
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      • It was actually not a one day event, it was 3 days and three nights. Friday night we traveled in a convoy from Pretoria to Limpopo and booked the whole Guest house inclusive of a full English breakfast. Then Saturday we had the wedding in Limpopo and then that evening we got into our cars and drove to Pretoria African cave lodge, which we also booked with breakfast included. Sunday was the wedding and Sunday evening was the after party at African Cave Lodge Lounge which we booked out and it was a whisky exclusive evening. We spent Monday still enjoying the whisky. That was the most beautiful weekend ever and plus that is where i found love 🙂 :). So Jesto’s wedding is actually also my anniversary, LOL

        Miss Tumi Lekay

        1 August 2014 • 12:51 pm •
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        • Some comments though , hayi abantu bayachoma tjoo. And I am surprised the bride is very quite maybe she has spokesman / women speaking on her behalf. A person can deal with multi million contracts but it doesnt mean they are his. yooh Phela it means all the bank employees are rich mos.

          Nodoli

          4 August 2014 • 9:48 am •
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          • You are right, a person can deal with multi-million projects and it doesn’t mean they his, it means he can deal with them. And thus the hubby dealt with wedding project, with the budget that they had and had a successful and elegant wedding and they are having a better life than before the wedding. Its called project management.

            Miss Tumi Lekay

            4 August 2014 • 11:18 am •
          • Is it Tenderprenuer spirit but how can a person call their wedding a project as Tumi states he is used to projects including his own wedding ??

            Linda

            4 August 2014 • 12:54 pm •
      • Thanks for your comment Zindzi. This classy wedding as u describe it didnt happen overning. The Dream Team worked around the clock to make it a reality. The wedding was a 4 day celebration and it was planned from Kay’s place to the after party at Cango Caves and the after the after party on monday. Jesto is a project engineer by profession. He deals with multi million dollar projects for an international company. Those projects have to be delivered on schedule, on cost and as per scope. So trust me when I say this union was well planned. I also agree with u marriage starts after the wedding these two are so well matched. Its their similarities that brought them together and its their differences that make them want to learn more about each. 1Corinthians 13 type of love at work.

        Refilwe Molefi

        1 August 2014 • 1:06 pm •
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        • Thanks ladies for clarifying , the thing is I have witnessed many couples with lavish marriages and afterwards they battle financially causing the marriage to collapse. If it was well planned and prepared then that’s good. Phela financial issues is the second biggest reason why we have such a high divorce rate. And I am happy that u found love Tumi hopefully we will be seeing your pic’s soon. I still say the wedding looks beautiful.

          Zindzi

          1 August 2014 • 1:57 pm •
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        • eh wena o motho le go betha dithupa der is no comment ya gao e senang som monetary value or status….Ai Admin paste another wedding so that re ikhutse ena she is only here coz she knows the couple da next wedding she aint gonna comment….

          Ah next wedding please!!!

          Nnete ya baba!!

          4 August 2014 • 7:04 am •
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          • True , Refilwe ushaya izithupha tjooo. Makoti should be very alert yooh.

            Next weeding please , I agree with u Nnete

            Zalanjalo

            4 August 2014 • 9:34 am •
          • Ehhhh kante people are commentors seeking the next wedding to criticize. Lovely wedding guys. May u be blessed with many more years. May Heavens bless u so abundantly that there wont be room to fill it. Nice one.

            Lerato

            4 August 2014 • 7:30 pm •
        • @Refilwe , do u work with the hubby. U really know a lot about him or maybe u related as u dont say anything about makoti.

          Luntu

          4 August 2014 • 11:31 am •
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          • Reading is a skill that is mastered through practise. No1 has noticed the fact that the bride hasnt commented on this blog. Hence they are perfect for each other. Jerry practises skills from work in his daily life. Is that bragging? Having a job that exposes u to multi millor dollar projects is that bragging? Saying people practise a principle from the holy book is bragging? I do not know Jerry or Kay’s financial situation thats between them. All i know is there is a dream team that helped organised the wedding. Jerry ensured the team delivered on SCHEDULE, COST and SCOPE. You guys expected the pictures to be posted on the site and have u people say whatever u want and woooo unto those who attended the wedding, planned the wedding and truly admire the exchange of vows by two ppl who are perfect for each other.Shame le tla ba strong. This blog is not meant for just a selected few.

            Refilwe Molefi

            4 August 2014 • 7:24 pm •
    • MHHH bragging right there. Mara I am glad if u enjoyed your day sir

      Nodoli

      4 August 2014 • 10:07 am •
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      • Miss Tumi Lekay u seem to know a lot about this couple’s life , hayi u sound like Mampostoli the Wedding planner of Our Perfect Wedding ” Tonight is the night of the Butternut”. Your hands are all over this couple’s life , i am sure u also there when they are busy in the bedroom. People, lesson to be learnt once people are married try to minimise your contact with them , this is a new journey for them and dont need no 3rd parties to be observing their lives hle. I just hope the man u met at the wedding will keep u entetrained Tumi. shayisa icouple ngomoya tuu. Now u telling us they having a better life after marriage as if u were wishing they would not. Hayi girl u too much wena no Refilwe.

        Zulema

        4 August 2014 • 12:19 pm •
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        • I agree with u Zulema. too many 3rd parties are involved in this couple’s life.

          Zalanjalo

          5 August 2014 • 7:52 am •
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        • Maybe the problem is that you don’t have friends that have your back, that wish you well and can speak well of you. And that makes it painful to hear someone say that their friend is having a better life after their elegant wedding, well am gonna say it again. My friends are blessed and had a very blessed wedding and are now enjoying the blessings of their marriage. And sorry for you sisi this is not about me and my man but about Katlego and Jerry’s wedding, please go read the title again, thus am going on about the couple and not me and my honey-boo.

          Miss Tumi Lekay

          5 August 2014 • 8:55 am •
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          • No flopo ke gore wena le refilwe la phapha….n o oryt the bride has not commented and the groom only commented twice bcoz dey r classy and yet der 2 birdies dat kip on chirping deir business on the blog lyk dey r getting paid….If u were my friends I would hav told u off long ago.ITS NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS LET THEM HAVE THIER OWN BACK HAWUUU BO MISTRESS MAPLANKA!!!

            Nnete ya baba!!

            5 August 2014 • 9:44 am •
          • Tumi arent u suppose to be focusing on yourself and the man u recently met. I agree these people are your friends but now they are married so take your nose out of their business. I am sure u are the one who is feeling pain as they delivered a superb wedding that u know u will never have. Phuma ezintweni zabantu abashadile tu. naka umuntu wakho that u recently met , who knows he might propose. If i didnt know u i would have guessed u are the wife.

            Zalanjalo

            5 August 2014 • 10:26 am •
  45. lovely wedding, god be with you guys

    motena

    1 August 2014 • 10:16 am •
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  46. Beautiful wedding, can I pls have ur photographer and videographer’s contacts. I tried to google them cant find any.

    Thanks

    Candy

    1 August 2014 • 12:16 pm •
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    • Hotspot photography (bonolo-0614244282) Marota videography(Jerry-0731419576)

      Jesto(Groom)

      4 August 2014 • 9:15 am •
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  47. E ke tiro e manontlhotlho ka nnete….God bless your marriage !

    Puo-Pha!

    1 August 2014 • 12:22 pm •
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  48. Wish you a very happy married life guys with all the wealth and prosperity; remember not to fight in your worst times, hold hands as you do in your best times.

    Malebzaa Ngwetjii

    1 August 2014 • 1:34 pm •
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  49. Mr & mrs Moabelo you look very grade indeed and I wish I can see the smile every time I visit you. You made us proud, the Moabelo &Kanyane are recocnized becouse of you. God be with you till deth come between you.

    thapelo lehoma

    1 August 2014 • 2:22 pm •
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  50. the wedding was perfect..short dresses are nice but these ones wer a nono, they looked like little girls going to a party..As for the pics the groom is ryt im afraid the black and white fotos are timeless and classy ask the professionals they wil tel u

    Ms Miya

    1 August 2014 • 2:58 pm •
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  51. Very Classy Wedding Makoti, Bridesmaid dresses are not so on other than that everything is perfect. I wish this wedding could be shown on our perfect wedding so we can see the four day celebration. And the work that the Groom does????Was it really necessary guyz???

    Lolo

    4 August 2014 • 6:44 am •
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    • Hahahah Lolo some people want fame even on Sowetan. lol. I was also amazed on how much she knows the salary ya hubby. Bride should be scared very scared.

      Zalanjalo

      4 August 2014 • 9:40 am •
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      • hahahaha!!! hayi somethings mara…
        Too much info -TMI
        Share the experience not the cost.
        I work in a Multibillion rand company

        Miss O

        4 August 2014 • 11:06 am •
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        • True girl that was unnecessary , guess I have to ask my friend for money as she works for a Multi million rand company as well. I didnt know they also have a share on what the company makes unless they are the owners or shareholders. We learn everyday here e Sowetan

          Zalanjalo

          4 August 2014 • 11:20 am •
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      • Reading is truly a skill. Read the entire comment and see the context of it all. Its true he is a project enginner that applied his work experience to help plan his perfect wedding. The question was relating to the hope that wedding expense were not too much for just one day.

        I loved every moment of this wedding. But one of the highlights for me was during the power outtage that we had for like 30 seconds. When the power was restored we found the couple kissing! So sweet. 1 Corinthians 13 type of love.

        Refilwe Molefi

        5 August 2014 • 11:29 am •
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        • Amen… you just don’t stop waitsi..

          Miss O

          5 August 2014 • 1:34 pm •
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    • Oh yeah, it was necessary. As you can see, these guys are all here to brag with their 3Million what what…..

      Adeline

      4 August 2014 • 9:46 am •
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      • What surprises me is that Refilwe knows so much about Hubby’s salary or is she the bride. Tjoo. A person can work with millions but that doesn’t mean they are his. It means all the bank employees are millionaires mos if that’s the case. And she says this couple was meant for each other is she a super god or something to know what the future holds. Yooh

        Zalanjalo

        4 August 2014 • 9:55 am •
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        • @Zalanjalo, but Refilwe never said anything about the hubby’s salary, she explained the kind of job the hubby works. I mean as friends dont you understand each others jobs? If thats the case you must re-evaluate your friendships cause if your friends understand what kind of job you do, it is easier for them to give you information when something bigger aligned to what you do comes along. And thats what you call true friendship, people that have each others back. You should actually be wishing that you have a friend like her.

          Miss Tumi Lekay

          4 August 2014 • 11:31 am •
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          • Noo dear it doesnt work like that , friends shouldnt be evaluating each other by the kind of work they do thats where unnecessary competiton and jealousy starts. What I know is that people who brag most of the time dont have anything. Humble people keep quite and u will see they loaded when u visit their houses. Their work speaks for them not bragging. And I still say u cant be a millionaire if u still earning a salary dear. U like us mos waiting for pay day from someone else. Real Millionaires deal with Balance Sheets and Cashflows not payslips.

            Sowetan next wedding asseblief

            Zalanjalo

            4 August 2014 • 12:06 pm •
          • Sorry Zalanjalo, who said friends were evaluating each other because of the kind of jobs we have? Sorry but we are all friends from high school. We were all friends before we even got our 1st jobs sisi, so believe you me it has nothing to do with jobs but the brotherly love we carry in our hearts for one another. Sorry, and did you ever hear us say we are millionaires? But perhaps you are giving us a prophecy, we welcome that prophecy and thank you, we will make sure to hit u up when we are millionnaires

            Miss Tumi Lekay

            5 August 2014 • 9:01 am •
          • Miss Tumi take it as a prophecy dear , but remember if u still looking for a job like me and expecting to be hired and get a payslip u aint a millionaire ne dont even fool yourself. No matter how fancy your title is. Millionaires deal with AFS as i have said not salary eqedwa ama Debit orders at midnight

            Zalanjalo

            5 August 2014 • 10:14 am •
  52. Funny how critics expect friends to enjoy criticism, but have a huge problem when friends brag about the wedding. Does it mean critics on this blog are bullies? Jerry and Katlego great wedding guys, you deserve all the blessings in your life. Put God first, everything shall follow. No matter who you are, the great things you do in life will not be appreciated by all.

    Naledi

    4 August 2014 • 11:07 am •
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    • We critisize dear but we dont brag , check the wedding before this one. Everything was perfect and the couple never bothered to tell us about their millions. We are here to observe wedding pictures and not how much money u have in the bank or if u flew first or economy class. What I know humble people never brag dear. We are not bullies at all but comment on what we see , people’s pockets are none of our business. They should take that to “Money Matters Section”

      Zalanjalo

      4 August 2014 • 11:17 am •
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      • Did this couple tell us about thier millions?a big NO
        Dat is a lie,the only thing the groom said was de bride was chauffeured in a 3million Maserati.R U not allowed to say U used a chopper for ur wedding because it is bragging.
        By saying it should go to money matters U mean the admin is not fit to audit the comment?

        Lets not be jealousy stricken beautiful ladies,U cannot dictate ur terms gona le admin o a checkang all comments.If 1 want to brag its thier bby,if u want to criticize U also welcome.

        Naledi

        4 August 2014 • 12:32 pm •
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        • The couple can brag dear not 3rd parties hle.

          Zalanjalo

          5 August 2014 • 8:05 am •
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      • tltltltlt, Zalanjalo lol u making me laugh hle…..”Money Matter Section”

        Mahlako

        5 August 2014 • 7:14 am •
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      • I for once agree with Zala on this one indeed humble people never brag cause they understand that pride comes before a fall, we are not here to scrutinise salaries nor brag about them we are here to look at the wedding pictures. Mr and Mrs Moabelo your wedding was very beautiful and well organised may you have a bliss in your marriage.

        Kay

        5 August 2014 • 7:15 am •
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  53. Congratulations on a beautiful wedding guys. May you be blessed to see many many years together and may your union be covered in the blood of Jesus.

    Guys what happened to kfever and khumo? Were they banned from this blog?

    Phophi

    4 August 2014 • 12:26 pm •
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  54. @Zalanjalo, sometimes we confuse statements with bragging. Refilwe said for this wedding I flew business class from Cape Town to attend, how is it bragging as she was highlighting how much effort she put in in order to make it to the wedding. I believe she was not bragging. No one spoke about how much money anyone had in the bank, infact no one mentioned how there was someone here you had money. All that was mentioned was the type of work the hubby does and it was mentioned only because someone said hope that the hubby didnt spend all his money on that one day event, and what occurred after that was an explanation to that someone. Had that person not asked that question, no such money matters would have arised. You are all blowing things out of proportion forgetting that you guys threw statements that we were just responding to. That person who said hope the hubby didnt spend all his money on a 1 day event needed to be explained to, so she knows that there is nothing to worry about as she was clearly worried

    Miss Tumi Lekay

    4 August 2014 • 12:27 pm •
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  55. kwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa thanx Zala admin decided not to post my comment ke kgalema Refilwe….

    Nnete ya baba!!

    4 August 2014 • 12:33 pm •
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  56. Fab wedding gud ppl !! Lol, i heard ppl say if others cnt take critisism then they shudnt hv commented here … i say ryt back at yah ..if u bothered by them braggin then y’al shudn hv commented either .. ni dliwa yin ka ngaka ? Lol

    Pz

    4 August 2014 • 12:54 pm •
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  57. LOL only here to read the comments Hahahaha I can’t!!! Yall do know that one tends to brag about something they’re not normally used to, right? So allow other kids toe! Lmfao

    MissCardury

    4 August 2014 • 2:11 pm •
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    • Very true Miss Cadbury , u will never hear white a person telling u that I work with multi million rand projects and I took my wife on a R3m Masserati bcos they are used to those things. Mara my biggest concern is that other people not even family members know so much about the poor groom and they dont mention anything about makoti. I sense a lot of jealousy there.

      Zalanjalo

      5 August 2014 • 8:09 am •
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  58. Well said Zalanjalo. The wedding was beautiful yes & so was other people’s weddings. There really was no need to mention the titles of other people. No one is interested in them. I suppose some can have the groom’s position in their dreams only, hence this yadayada. God bless Mr & Mrs Moabelo. Next wedding please!

    Lebo

    4 August 2014 • 2:42 pm •
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    • I also sense the ladies want this poor groom or wished he married them. If they were my friends I would have kicked them out of my life a long time ago. Imagine coming into my life and exposing my hubby’s job spec without my approval on sowetan nogal. They are hiding their true feelings using ” The Dream Team” term. Bride and Groom I still say your wedding was lovely and classy but please be careful of 3rd parties the only 3rd party in your wedding must be God and not people. All the best lovely couple.

      Zalanjalo

      5 August 2014 • 8:03 am •
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      • LMFAO WOW… I sense jealousy from your side sisi, no one has your back like we have the grooms back I see, ya’ll wanna tell him nonsense while we here and we should sit back and shut-up for the fear of being told that we want him? That’s not gonna happen dear, no ways!!! You can sense and think whatever you want, but we wont stop the so-called “bragging” about the wedding, shame, brace yourself

        Miss Tumi Lekay

        5 August 2014 • 9:13 am •
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        • Miss ” recently met someone” why are u involving yourself on other people’s marriage. If u focus on yourself that dream man might propose u know. Let Groom and Wife live their life. Nana I cant be jealous if I was married even before u met someone hle , I still repeat the wedding looks lovely and classy its the so called “Dream Team” that ruined everything on this blog.

          Zalanjalo

          5 August 2014 • 10:06 am •
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  59. For future weddings, bloggers that are here on a daily basis-that don’t discuss monetary values- can we keep it like that.
    So that we can admire, compliment and criticise what given to us.

    @Sowetanlive, 1 wedding per week is not enough.

    @ Moabelo’s m glad you enjoyed your wedding and may u b blessed with to lots of hapiness

    Miss O

    4 August 2014 • 3:55 pm •
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  60. This was a great weddings,To all people who make it happen don’t be discourage by this negative people.so to all Ladies ba mafetwa whow are full jealous,you will remain expect in criticizing other people’s wedding here in sowetan live, your wedding will be like the wedding Mr &mrs Maite you can see here on sowetan live.hahahahaha batho ba mona GA-Batshwe

    Reggie

    4 August 2014 • 5:42 pm •
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    • Reggie , fyi most bloggers here are married , and I am worried about u as your name sounds like u are a male. Y are busy on a women dominated blog vele , if u are a man let women fight their own bettle dont get involved. There is a sport section on sowetan u know angithi ???

      Zalanjalo

      5 August 2014 • 8:14 am •
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  61. The bride and groom are the most humble people I know and deserve every happiness in life. Nothing wrong with spoiling yourself because you deserve it. Let’s all not be offended. It’s all love. K&J this was your perfect wedding and people’s opinions will always differ.

    Kholofelo

    4 August 2014 • 6:07 pm •
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  62. This wedding remain the number 1 wedding in Soweto live, le nna kere ga-bashwe

    Tshepo

    4 August 2014 • 6:11 pm •
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  63. Indeed success of an African is always met with sly comments of how its bragging. You still though admire Arabs that spend even more recklessly. Be happy for these ppl that wedding was da s#@t believe u me, “Ngi bone ngo see mina.”

    Sbuda

    5 August 2014 • 6:25 am •
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    • Dear we are not Arabs but Africans , and why generilsie and say we admire Arabs while u dont even know us , nawe your name sounds like u are male go to sports section dear. other men are craving your comment.

      Zalanjalo

      5 August 2014 • 8:20 am •
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  64. I dont have a problem if the couple who were getting married are bragging what I dont understand is the 3rd parties speaking on behalf of the couple as if they know all the in’s and out of this wedding and couple’s married life. Tjoo they remind me of Mampostoli from our perfect wedding ” The night of the butternut”. If i was makoti I would have been very scared. And I still repeat u aint a millioanire if u still have a payslip and waiting for pay day from someone else.

    Next wedding please Sowetan.

    Zalanjalo

    5 August 2014 • 7:48 am •
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    • Can u please tell us the name of the person who uttered here that they are a millionaire??

      Miss Tumi Lekay

      5 August 2014 • 9:07 am •
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      • Zanjalo jealousy is starting to make you nasty.Not even 1 person in here said we r millionaires.
        Do you have a reading problem or you just negative person nje.
        Why are you so pissed about wedding of people you dont know,its really puzzling.

        Aii jealousy mara.

        Jesto(Groom)

        5 August 2014 • 9:31 am •
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        • Groom why are u fighting with me mara. Mina I have a problem with the dream team and not u and your lovely wife. The dream team mentioned that u work with millions and could handle this wedding project. So to me it means since u work with millions having a 4 day celebration taking people to hotels and flying guests first class is nothing so in other words u have the millions and u dont mind to spend. this is a good thing.

          Nana I aint jealous got married many moons ago , what I didnt like is the dream team bragging on your behalf as if they know all the in’s and out of your life. If I was jealous I wouldnt have said your wedding is lovely , and really I cant be jealous of people that I dont even know.

          Zalanjalo

          5 August 2014 • 9:55 am •
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        • Heyi, I have been enjoying reading comments about this beautiful wedding of yours. to tell you the truth,Zalanjalo is a very negative person. If she says something nice about any wedding there will definitely be a negative one to follow. It should n’t bother her much if you guys are bragging unless really jealous.

          By the way it looks like it was a really beautiful event.

          Phumz

          8 August 2014 • 1:43 pm •
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      • Sisi u aint the wife or the groom and just met someone recently so I wouldnt reply to u ne. I will reply to u once u put your wedding photos. Just put on the Wedding intro ” Wedding of Tumi the 3rd party of other people’s marriage” so that I can remember ne.

        Zalanjalo

        5 August 2014 • 9:58 am •
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        • no Zala, you always say, this is a public patform and people are free to voice thier opinion. why do you get so offended when others comments or brag. why does it bother you so much, that there is 3rd parties in the groom and bride’s life. why do you worry so much. its not your life but thiers. haai man. get a life, and stop stressing about other people’s life. if the bride and groom had a problem with 3rd parties, they would have said so themselves.

          at the rate you are going on, on, one would swear you are a jelous ex. please. you two girls stop your fighting, its not your wedding nor hers. why do you have to fight.

          to the mr and mrs…. wow perfect wedding indeed. be blessed beyond measure.

          setso

          5 August 2014 • 3:38 pm •
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          • Well said Setso. I think she feels whatever she think it is right goes. You sound like a real bully maan cc. It almost sound like this blog is for you dear.

            Phumz

            8 August 2014 • 1:48 pm •
          • U and Phumz are my favourite followers ne , I cant believe I have so much effect on you guys. Really I am honoured. Keep following my comments ne. love u my dears.

            Zalanjalo

            11 August 2014 • 2:39 pm •
    • @Zalabjalo I feel you. This wedding is beautiful but there was no need for people to be bragging about millions and so forth black people mara. And it seems the dream team knows way too much about the groom bathong. LOL dead by u aint a million if u still have a payslip and waiting for pay day from someone else

      Owami

      5 August 2014 • 9:18 am •
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  65. It was by no mistake that the matrimonial service of Jerry Moabelo and Katlego Kanyane coincided with the celebration of our 20 years of freedom as it was celebrated on the weekend of 26 and 27 April. The shindig that was organised at Magatle in Zebediela and Makapanstad in Hammanskraal will linger in the memories of those who were in attendance till time immemorial. In my experience of capturing weddings, this is one of the best that I have ever captured without sounding obsequious (buying faces).I often capture weddings that are treated as “formality of marriage process”but this one was unique.It was a “celebration of love and success and taking entertainment to people”. The theme was strictly Youth complimented with the matured sound of Jazz music to remind those that have lost hope to walk down the aisle one day. Chauffeured-driven with the Italian made model of Maserati monster and being treated with the immaculately decorated catering service was a treat fit for a Queen and a King. For the couple, it was obvious that these young-adult folks are really in love, devotion at its best. What I liked the most about the couple is that for the entire ceremony, they kept on looking into each other’s eyes without a blink of an eye. While standing next to Jesto watching Katlego at a distance,resplended in her white wedding gown,I can hear him say “yeses,she looks beautiful”. This tells one that there is love in the air between the two. We often switch on our television sets to watch these kinds of weddings on top billing, but we were fortunate enough to witness the unedited version of top billing in the village.Congratulations Guys,God bless you. Katlego and Jerry radiate love and it was by no mistake that their nuptials were blessed with the scripture reading of Mark 10:09 “Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate”. Contact us at Marota Videographic service on (0731419576/0825322524).

    Madimetja Jerry Mogo

    5 August 2014 • 8:44 am •
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    • Wow such lovely words. I am definetly going to recommend you to my friends.

      Kelebogile

      5 August 2014 • 11:39 am •
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      • Wooooow,thats a gud story to tell Jerry.Great words indeed

        Mpho

        5 August 2014 • 12:56 pm •
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    • Wow, beautifully said. It is obvious that this is a lovely couple. I believe that the kind of friends that you keep determines that person that you are. Congratulations guys. You really sound like people with beautiful souls

      Phumz

      8 August 2014 • 1:54 pm •
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  66. Ladies and gents,its a pity when an ordinary couple go an extra mile to motivate other couples it is regarded as bragging by some.

    I am humbled by the compliments and we are available to any1 who would like advice on how to make such a great beautiful wedding especially in rural ares regarded as backwards areas you can do it.

    I am humbled by those inspired,it was the intetion to inspire and motivate.

    People who came to my wedding not a single 1 complained on dis blog,its only the blog critics who feels we r bragging,check other weddings on de blog you’ll see.I guess you are comfortable when not challenged,but in life you wont always have it your way only.

    Zalanjalo I just need to adress 1 issue you raised ka Refilwe,” And she says this couple was meant for each other is she a super god or something to know what the future holds.That line is not a critisizin line,its an absolute bull,negative,irrelevant,nonsense that I cannot let you have your way with it,WHO ARE YOU TO QUESTION IF WE ARE MEANT FOR EACH OTHER,R U SATAN.Uyabeda

    Jesto(Groom)

    5 August 2014 • 9:08 am •
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    • Groom u didnt get my comments , I dont have any problem with u and your wife and I have been repeating this on all my comments. Your wedding was beautiful and very classy. what I didnt understand is Refilwe or the other lady stating all of these things on behalf of u guys while she is a 3rd party and her displaying your job spec in public. Thats why I am questioning if she is a super power to know everything that happens in your life.

      and what I heard they say u are a humble person , and most humble people I know dont reply others with insults however argue constructively. And broer I dont really care about your finances all that i was appreciating is the beauty of your wedding I disagree with 3rd parties. And FYI Satan would be damn hot if he looked like me.

      Zalanjalo

      5 August 2014 • 9:41 am •
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    • Ntate let me just answer you there to clarify….God has blessed you with a wife which you love and she loves you as well.Your first comment was well received because you did not take offence to any negative responses that were put here. You and your Wife have more than enough rights to brag how u cruised in mezerati, I mean even if you could have told us your total spent we would not have taken offence. Flopo ke gore batho shiba dey r taking offence to something that you did not, dey r bragging about ur success while u did not. We all need friends but frnds lyk dis 2 jst seem lyk parasites.I believe (my personal opinion that is)that ppl who are very defensive normally have a lot to hide.
      The classiness and honour of your wife to just keep quiet while ppl r talkin abt her lyf now dat is respect.

      Bottom line dis 2 ba rata dithupa and ba di shaya ka batho ba bang.Refilwe probarbly gt a chance to fly business class ka di ebucks phsssssst….

      Anyway lyk I alwys say whatever crap we might have to say about a wedding it will never change the fact that it was YOUR wedding,it made YOU happy and CONGRADULATIONS we can never change that!

      Nnete ya baba!!

      5 August 2014 • 9:59 am •
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      • Dankie Nnete well put.

        Zalanjalo

        5 August 2014 • 12:26 pm •
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      • I had to read your comment twice and Truth be told u on point……..

        PHUTISB

        6 August 2014 • 3:37 pm •
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  67. Ai, ai ja neh, its true that we have different opinions.
    lol zalanjalo your comments kill me, mxm guys there is always someone better than the other. this is about K&J celebration not their financial status. Am sure that is not neccessary, we see interesting weddings and humble people, and to me it seems the couple is humble but the Dream team though…

    As long as you still alive you have the chance to also be a millionaire through hard work. Lets focus on the pics. K&J it seems your wedding was divine and God bless. Makoti seems to be a sincere individual

    Am sure the couple has friends that could not even afford to comment, contribute thousands of rand or even buy fancy gifts but still managed to help at the wedding, to make it success.

    Next wedding please.

    shox

    5 August 2014 • 9:37 am •
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  68. Thx Shox next wedding please , I am tired of this wedding now. U cant be dropping million dollar bill signs and say u humble. I dont buy that. I still repeat this wedding was very lovely. The so called “Dream Team” ruined everything.

    Zalanjalo

    5 August 2014 • 9:46 am •
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  69. next wedding sowetan please

    yoyoz

    5 August 2014 • 9:48 am •
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  70. People I think there’s a misunderstanding here, all we are interested in this blog is wedding pictures full stop, gore mang o bereka kae or o fofile ka eng to get to the wedding its really unnecessary. Jesto mei broer gago na motho oa naleng mona for you or your success, maybe u should check the comments about the wedding, they are all 100% positive and I still say your wedding was BOM Ntate since the pictures are saying it.

    Lolo

    5 August 2014 • 10:15 am •
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  71. I have seen many weddings on this blog but have never read any weddings comments that mentions millions like this blog. People please share the experience and not the cost. Marriage is a very sacred ceremony and the beauty of it shouldnt be based on monetary value. What matters is the love that this couple have and the blessing they will get from God because they did the right thing and got married.

    Dream Team u were not suppose to mention the millions projects the groom deals with , nawe mkhwenyana as well million maserati was unnecessary because once u mention monetary value people will take it as if u bragging. Overall this wedding was superb its one of the best weddings I have ever seen on this blog and its evident it was well planned.

    Tina

    5 August 2014 • 11:42 am •
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    • Mkhwenyana you can brag Papa,you are allowed to its your wedding.They probably dont even know you but want to be comment expects.Let them post thier weddings and comment they way they wish to.

      Naledi

      7 August 2014 • 12:41 pm •
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  72. I love the pic where the Matuka was touching up on her Kay’s make up. Priceless!

    Refilwe Molefi

    5 August 2014 • 11:51 am •
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    • Thx Refi these are the things u should be telling us not the million $ projects and business class flights. We enjoy reading about the experience not the price tag. Keep it up.

      Zalanjalo

      5 August 2014 • 12:37 pm •
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      • Thats what the intension some people just took it out of context. But I shall continue talking about the wedding of my friends. Who ever gets tired o tla ba strong.

        Refilwe Molefi

        5 August 2014 • 1:12 pm •
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        • Bjanong Refilwe o kase loke my dear, we wont get tired. You can keep on posting as much as you like about the wedding, that wont be really tiring….it just shows how inspired you are and how much you have loved the wedding of which is good thing. What was the other thing you loved?????

          Lolo

          6 August 2014 • 6:53 am •
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  73. My favorite part of the wedding was the live jazz band that was playing. If the programme director said next on stage is rakgadi (aunt), they would play the rakgadi song, and if next on the programme was a youngster they would play a song that would make the speaker get down before making their speech. The best thing is that you couldn’t say your speech if you hadn’t danced, whether you are young or old. And if as a guest you wanted to join the band on stage and sing with them you could. That was just great!

    We really pulled this one off Dream Team!!

    Miss Tumi Lekay

    5 August 2014 • 12:25 pm •
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  74. I really love the stage set-up with pictures of the bride and groom before they were Mr & Mrs Moabelo

    And that there is no table in front of the couple so we could see them fully. It made the whole ceremony so intimate 🙂

    Miss Tumi Lekay

    5 August 2014 • 12:29 pm •
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  75. I love the traditional dance pic ,you were on point

    Naledi

    5 August 2014 • 12:33 pm •
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  76. Madimetja Jerry Mogotlane abuti you summed up de wedding very nice.Your comment is de best by far.

    Naledi

    5 August 2014 • 12:44 pm •
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  77. I loved the part when chinese lamps we lit n the couple made wishes as de lamps flew miles away, dat was priceless

    Mpho

    5 August 2014 • 12:49 pm •
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  78. Mpho I liked how you got up on stage and sang with the live band. Priceless, singing traditional wedding songs. You rocked.

    Refilwe Molefi

    5 August 2014 • 1:11 pm •
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  79. I loved how Tumi initiated songs like ” Mosadi o mo pila so” with her angelic songs.

    I loved how we started each day with a prayer on our dream team whatsapp group page.

    Refilwe Molefi

    5 August 2014 • 1:15 pm •
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  80. And who can forget how everyone was allowed to be themselves. The skhothanes from the community came and danced after the reception. OG and his biker boys played nice sounds on the bike engines. Priceless. Jerry and Kay le batho ba batho shem.

    Refilwe Molefi

    5 August 2014 • 1:20 pm •
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    • Refilwe why are your comments all about U and the dream team , I have a feeling u want to take the glory that belongs to this couple. This day is about the couple and how they felt not u and your dream team. We aint interested in u guys. Take a chill pill dear.

      Groom and Bride nice wedding everything was beautiful. Its the dream team who is spoiling your wedding blog shame.

      Lizzy

      5 August 2014 • 3:19 pm •
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      • Continue telling us Refilwe about the celebrations. It was a celebration. Ppl were invited it shows that people enjoyed themselves. We plan weddings and guests sit and listen to speeches and then leave. Your comments tellse tht ppl traveled far for this wedding and were fed and they enjoyed themselves. No pictures can show us that. It actually helps us to know the bride and groom better. Keep commenting wena.

        lerato

        7 August 2014 • 11:32 am •
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  81. Jesto my dawg wow,you set the bar so high.
    I couldnt make it to ur wedding but you made sure we get glimpse of your big day.
    I first saw it on Sunday Times paper and now its here online.
    Ohlokomele mosadi wa gao omofe lerato ka mehla.
    U r truly inspiration to us batchelors hoping to get lucky in future.Keep it up.God bless ur union.

    Prince

    5 August 2014 • 1:25 pm •
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  82. Omg Omg! What a A class wedding fit for kings and love birds 🙂

    kgato

    5 August 2014 • 2:34 pm •
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  83. Regular Bloggers lets wait for the next wedding and let them reminisce.

    Miss O

    5 August 2014 • 2:37 pm •
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  84. This was the best wedding i have ever been to so far. may God continue to bless you K&J. The way you appreciate positive comments, you should also appreciate the bad ones. That is the only way to grow as a person and know that not everyone in the world is going to like the things you do or say. God bless you guys.

    Sarona

    5 August 2014 • 2:38 pm •
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  85. tjo! clap once….niyakhuluma shem

    lol

    6 August 2014 • 1:06 pm •
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  86. I don’t know the couple but Jerry and Kay should be careful about a friend like Refilwe BOLOI BO THOMA NET SO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Refilwe you made me comment on this blog for the first time

    Congratulations to the couple ALL The best

    meh1

    7 August 2014 • 9:31 am •
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    • Refilwe and Tumi are way too much, makoti should watch out big time.

      MHHH

      7 August 2014 • 10:48 am •
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  87. Wow more pics, thanks for sharing. it was indeed a beautiful wedding and well planned. May God richley bless you.

    Mahlako

    7 August 2014 • 9:34 am •
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  88. More pics. Wow beautiful wedding.

    lerato

    7 August 2014 • 11:39 am •
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  89. Raleboga more pics
    Love the garden setup,elegance and class

    Let the negative energy ppl talk,they shall not derail the positive from seeing the beautiness you have done.
    Do be fooled by few negative people,your wedding will reamin one of the best on this blog.Barata basa rate.Abashwe

    Naledi

    7 August 2014 • 12:31 pm •
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    • Thats your opinion sisi , to me this wedding looks like all the others nothing extra-ordinary , it is not a “Wow”

      Mbali

      7 August 2014 • 1:39 pm •
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      • Kwaaaaaaaa,eish mona(jealous) o etsetsa mawaza,uzoba strong.Lol I wish U can post your wedding hierso or Olefetwa la mona kwaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.

        Naledi

        8 August 2014 • 7:48 am •
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        • That is a sign of stupidity lyk ka nnete….you come out of som hole and call ppl mafetwa….Many bloggers post their weddings here and as bloggers we are entitled to comment gud or bad.if u comment negatively it does not make you lefetwa it merely makes you someone with different taste and whatever we say can nvr change the fact that a couples wedding made THEM happy.

          Now go back to wherever you came from otlogele gotla ka di childish tendencies mo.

          Nnete ya baba!!

          8 August 2014 • 10:45 am •
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          • Nnete, you can say that again.

            Its as if Ref called the whole village to make her look more “friendish”.

            To call batho mafetwa it just shows the level of the mentality they have, you will not see a regular blogger call another “lefetwa” they all visit one wedding and disappear. This is the only wedding they will comment to and let them be cos they will continue to think that bloggers are “jealous or we are single”

            – these new bloggers should

            -know we do not compare peoples budgets when it comes to the wedding they do therefore we criticise was it given to us.
            -we do not hold grudges
            -we compliment where it is due
            -wat may be appealing to me does not mean it will be appealing to you
            -WE WERE NOT AT THE WEDDING!!! even if you tell us what you did it wont make a difference… we see wat is given to us.

            @sowetanlive pls be fair when posting other couples pics as I am sure couples that are regular bloggers would find this to be unfair. this to me seems to be doing the Moabelo’s a personal favour whereas in previous weddings couples would say the did send but you only posted 20 or less pics. Pls have a standardised format when posting pics

            Miss O

            8 August 2014 • 2:39 pm •
          • Ladies wait this is not about you its about J&K so sit down.
            You cannot tell ppl how to comment,who the heck to do think you are.We dont giv a sheck about you.

            Naledi

            11 August 2014 • 7:33 am •
      • Hahahaha, please tell us which other wedding this one looks like coz I went through the entire blog, I swear I didnt spot any wedding that was simillar to it, checked out from Benny McCathy’s to the Tebogo & Nhlanhla.

        Please yegela umona sisi

        Tender

        8 August 2014 • 11:12 am •
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        • Tender that’s is very immature of you to compare weddings they -couple- had their dream wedding and so did the other weddings posted on this blog.

          these new bloggers are starting to annoy me as if this is the only perfect wedding. Pls refer to the wedding that was posted by the young couple that had their wedding in midrand. you don’t see them acting like mobsters due to comments… nxla

          Miss O

          8 August 2014 • 3:12 pm •
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          • Great thing if you are annoyed,but wait this is not about you its about J&K so sit down.
            You cannot tell ppl how to comment,who the heck to do think you are.We dont giv a sheck about you.

            Naledi

            11 August 2014 • 7:30 am •
          • Hahahahaha, it is immature of me to compare yet wena you can come out and say this wedding looks like all others? hahahaha. Please answer my question dear, which others does it look like?

            Tender

            11 August 2014 • 7:47 am •
          • Miss O are you on nyaope or ur pentium 1.Damn gal,this aint your blog so take a chill pill.
            You are on a fast lane ka uno xem,fokotsa speed o tlawa.

            Mpho

            11 August 2014 • 10:28 am •
        • Ijoo sesi everyone can see gore u a new here. there are very exquisite weddings here please go to previous pages and you’ll see much more and very very beautiful weddings way much better than this one.

          kgolo

          18 August 2014 • 10:02 am •
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  90. woooooooooooooooooow the pics are so nice and classy ofcuz..everything was well planned and perfect indeed
    Makoti and the groom blv me dat was ur perfect wedding..i cudnt spot any wrong ryt there,haters must just be strong nje..let the more pics pop in..i cant get enaf of seen these beautiful young couple bathong#elegance#i like the black and white pics sooo much that was Antique

    mphoza

    7 August 2014 • 1:14 pm •
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  91. i njoyed the part were i stood up and perfom with the live band(Morning breeze)that was the best experience av ever had..it was all fun..everyone were just free and been themselves..guys ur wedding was the best.God bless ur marriage makoti and the groom..i love u all.mwaaaaa..and u must not this:u will never satisfy everone in this world,haters,jelousy and bitter ppl will always have Mtn slogan”Every where u go”lol they will always be there..its part of life..both negative and p[ositive comments much appreciated.

    mphoza

    7 August 2014 • 1:39 pm •
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  92. Kwaaaaaaaaaa,tshela J&K.Baloi 1 side,habaswe.
    Letlo bolaya batho ka dipelo.Great pics awee

    Mpho

    7 August 2014 • 1:48 pm •
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  93. y’all sayin Ref and Tumi r to b watched carefully clearly do not knw wher these two and the couple come frm . There is more to their relationship than you can ever imagine …oh…and nothing sinister bliv you me . They are best friends and always have each other’s backs …mayb wen you have those ul knw wt that means .

    Pz

    7 August 2014 • 2:08 pm •
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  94. I still say, ever since i knew this wedding blog thus far this is the best, and ja the photo gallery the best.
    This is what we call an elegant wedding, the photos loaded for the 2nd album. We appreciate botle bo, Am sure ppl.
    Bo pila bo bo so one o bo beile kae?
    kgalesela, ********Alililililililili******

    Mpati

    8 August 2014 • 6:56 am •
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  95. Basadi ba mo ke baloi
    ba tlhoka le meglokwane, mmalo**mmalo***mmalo
    Mmalo***Singing****

    Ai basadi ba this wedding blog focus mo ditsheleng, aowa maan lenyalo le lebotse, sale eba wena azanka wa le bona.

    Abuti Jerry stimela se ke malaisha ngwana wa rona………#God bless,
    Ebile kere wa ba tsena ka 2nd album abashweee. the cake, decor, alles maan, ga e tshwane le sepe..lol Unique, spontaneous kere magic wa daylight maan.

    PJ

    8 August 2014 • 8:49 am •
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    • Baloi ba mafetwa le bakekolo baore ba nyetswe moons ago ka mekgopa,let dem post thier wedding pics re commente.If basena di points bare wa xoma.Anything to be relevant.Aii baloi

      J&K this is the best wedding yet on this blog,look at the popular rating to confirm abashwe baloi ba mona.

      Mpho

      8 August 2014 • 11:05 am •
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      • kwaaaaaaa ka mekgopa le R50.00 LOLOLOOOO

        nnete

        8 August 2014 • 1:20 pm •
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      • Lol !!! Bakekolo ba baloi ba go nyalwa moons ago ka mekgopa…damn u got me rolling wit laughter

        Pz

        11 August 2014 • 8:01 am •
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  96. ke kopa dipics tra tradition.

    makau

    8 August 2014 • 11:11 am •
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  97. When Kay said her thank yous to all that come to her wedding and handed the microphone to Jerry and said ” let me hand over the microphone to my husband”. That was the first time we all heard u call him hubby. We all cheered and said gwaaaaaaaaa. Cant wait to view the video.

    refiwe molefi

    8 August 2014 • 12:17 pm •
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  98. Batho u can never be satisfied. Pele it was the dresses, and black n white pics. Whahaha.

    lerato

    8 August 2014 • 12:44 pm •
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  99. beautiful wedding, God bless you *inspired*

    Trueteller

    8 August 2014 • 1:17 pm •
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  100. what a beautiful wedding my brother. God of mercy will always shield you under His wings. re leboga ngwetsi ya babina tlhatlhagane mokonin wa ntshi dikgolo no need for fake eyelashes. alililiii ya sa re shate wa loya. ke senya ke rialo nna rakgadi wa bana.

    nnete

    8 August 2014 • 1:24 pm •
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  101. Refilwe Molefi says: chip chip chip chip chip chip chip!!!!blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah!!!nywee nywee nywee nywee nywee nywee nywee!!!

    hahhahahhahahhahahahahahhahahahah o re lapisitse cant wait to see your wedding here!!!

    Nnete ya baba!!

    8 August 2014 • 1:31 pm •
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    • Ya neh ausi you have a problem seriously.

      Lerato

      11 August 2014 • 8:47 am •
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    • Kwaaaaaaaaaa, stupidity at its best,So Nnete ya baba this is how you claim to be objective.

      It would take sum1 on nyaope to find sense in your comment.

      Ya neh botlaela abo elwe sgela,sies man.

      Mpho

      11 August 2014 • 10:33 am •
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  102. What a btful wedding indeed….

    Ntate Moableo may I kindly have the contacts for ur bands,im planning a wedding and looking for a live band.

    Koki baby

    8 August 2014 • 1:42 pm •
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    • Hi Koki
      Good luck with planning your wedding,God bless the preparations and long hours you gonna put in.
      The live band’s name is Morning breeze and contact person is Mbali on 0823926226.Again all de best and God bless.

      Jesto(Groom)

      11 August 2014 • 9:09 am •
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    • Hi Koki

      Please email me on tumi.lekay@gmail.com

      Will forward you all information and quotation that you have requested.

      Regards

      Miss Tumi Lekay

      11 August 2014 • 9:12 am •
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    • Well done Jesto. We are here not to fight anybody but to offer our honest advice. I cant wait for your 1st anniversary pictures, please don’t forget to post them and then do us a favor by stepping aside and allowing us to comment on what we see not what we imagine ok! I really like your uniqueness, it’s quite rare to see a groom being infuriated by the bloggers comments, it was really amazing….Take good care of your beautiful wife please!

      Adeline

      11 August 2014 • 3:08 pm •
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    • but I never claimed to be objective moes????nana I don’t do nyaope I do purple haze nyaope ke dilo tsa batho ba go tswana le lena so….o tla ka bo ghetto nyana ba gao wena le lerato….

      You can also fly back from wherever you came from and le re tlogele gore foka ka di ghetto tendencies tsa lena…..

      Nnete ya baba!!

      12 August 2014 • 7:02 am •
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  103. Fologang Ref tuu…does she hv so much effect on y’all dt u gotta put everythn she says under a microscope ?

    Pz

    11 August 2014 • 8:05 am •
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  104. I see you guys also posted pics of the sweets table. Those cookies were delicious. Kana who made them?

    Refilwe Molefi

    11 August 2014 • 8:45 am •
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  105. I see you guys posted pics of the sweets table. Those were delicious.

    Refilwe Molefi

    11 August 2014 • 8:53 am •
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  106. Its True – SOME People suffer from SELECTIVE READING

    Miss O

    11 August 2014 • 10:20 am •
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    • Pentium 1 nko oeme nyana,ape okare olefele.o lastig yong,ene gaona seose buang.Gao kgahle ope.

      Mpho

      11 August 2014 • 11:38 am •
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    • Girl please stop wasting your time on this wedding , lets communicate on Suffocate’s wedding. Something Fresh and New.

      Zozozoz

      11 August 2014 • 1:01 pm •
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  107. Wow guys Im very impressed. Two wedding dresses? I like that idea but dont have the budget, what do you guys recommend I should do? Im sure you researched other places where one can buy one without breaking the bank.Looking for a second dress. My wedding is on 18 October 2014. So much to do. I live far from home. Wish I had a “dream team” to bounce off ideas with.

    Molebogeng

    11 August 2014 • 11:42 am •
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    • Hi Molebogeng
      Congradulations on your big day(wedding day),we wish all the best during the wedding and also your during your marriage.May it be ur perfect wedding.
      Drop ideas you wanna bounce with dream team ko Tumi,we’ll offer you expect advice free of charge.sent email to tumi.lekay@gmail.com.

      N thanks for appreciating the dream team dear,J&K’s wedding would not be such a bomb without us#blushing#

      Mpho

      11 August 2014 • 12:33 pm •
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      • Hi Molebogeng

        Like Mpho said, you can drop us an email and we will help you dear. You don’t have to stress and we can play around with the budget you have.

        From your dresses, to decor, wedding programs, number plates, The Dream Team can gladly assist.
        We guarantee you an elegant wedding sweety. And congratulations dear, all the best

        Miss Tumi Lekay

        11 August 2014 • 1:48 pm •
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    • Congrats on your decision to get married. May the Heavens pour blessings that there wont be room enough to fill it. Tumi can email you some great ideas for deco and dress. One idea that I love is instead of putting the rings on the pillow you can have tie a bible with a ribbon and tie the rings on that bible. You can use your current bible or buy one for you and your hubby to study. This is all under the assumption that you and your hubby to be are Christians. Happy planning.

      Refilwe Molefi

      12 August 2014 • 7:07 am •
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      • Thank you ladies. Its exciting and scary at the same time. I wont post any of my pictures on this blog. People are ruthless, I cannot go through all this and have people that dont know me critic me. I wont handle it. Tumi I will still email you.

        Molebogeng

        12 August 2014 • 11:21 am •
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  108. Congrats Guys, your wedding was phashasha and God Bless your Union

    Dark-Angel

    11 August 2014 • 11:52 am •
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  109. Ref i still remember that moment re;le mo koloing.we were playing remember me by dj clock ft pluto…we had fun..all thanx to jerry and Katlego for a nice wedding. i still say”perfect wedding it is”

    mphoza

    11 August 2014 • 12:00 pm •
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    • That was so much fun. We also played “London music is calling” A he ya!!

      Refilwe Molefi

      11 August 2014 • 2:48 pm •
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  110. Miss O,Zalanjalo,Zozozo,Zulema,Nnete ya baba.Put you pics wr your mouth is.Share your wedding pics please so we can offer our comments,or ur all talk but no show.Lol would really love to see the many moons ago wedding.Please disappoint us n publish dem,cos i’m damn sure sure you gonna chicken out.

    Mpho

    11 August 2014 • 12:19 pm •
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    • Wa bona wena o semaumau fela sa motho, n otla ka di emotional mambo jumbo tsa gago moo!follow the blog u would find manyalo are all those ppl that you and many more other bloggers!!!…n nna ga ka nyala ebile nkase nyalwe ke lefetwa la go tsofala….and before u say let me say it on ur behalf: that would explain all the bitterness and my negative comments on the blog!!!

      Now fly back to wherever u came from and leave us in Peace….

      Nnete ya baba!!

      11 August 2014 • 1:27 pm •
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      • Girl dont u think we powerful , imagine the whole village trying to prove a point just for us. I love being able to affect people that i dont even know , that is true power. even Obama doesnt have so much power on people. Thanks Bloggers we love u all , we will comment on the next weeding please feel free to follow us ne. The whole Army is welcomed. Z.J.

        Zalanjalo

        11 August 2014 • 2:32 pm •
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        • U smoke so much weed Gogo ur wedding spell weeding,whahahahahahahaha.

          Mpho

          12 August 2014 • 6:30 am •
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          • Tjoo I am honoured , u have the time to read each and every word I say u even picked up my error. Noo u are my nr one fan , I must send u my autograph. its on it way Nana be patient your favourite celeb has seen your loyalty ne.

            Zalanjalo

            12 August 2014 • 10:39 am •
        • Relax sweety, its not you it is the dream team wedding. That’s why u keep coming back and commenting on it, last time I checked u said u’d take ur opinions to Suffo’s wedding, kante u still here? Lmao… I guess u cant help but come back neh. But we understand, its the Dream Team effect

          Tender

          12 August 2014 • 8:42 am •
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          • U so empty sis or broer , I am doing this to spite u all. and I am so happy u replying tjooo baningi abozincinci apha. Really how can u be irritated of someone u dont even know. I am just loving all the attention u guys are giving me. Thanks sowetan for the platform. Abozincinci will reply ngama insults. U all dancing to my tune , keep on dancing ne. kwaaaaaa

            Zalanjalo

            12 August 2014 • 10:21 am •
          • Tender , imagine one individual against the whole village yama dream team , bosso ke na mos. I pull a string and u guys dance. kwaaaaa

            Zalanjalo

            12 August 2014 • 1:12 pm •
          • I like how we used different flooring for both days. At the brides home we used the green grass mat, and at the grooms home we used white tiles, that made the two scenes so different, WOW. It didn’t feel like we at the same wedding twice

            Miss Tumi Lekay

            12 August 2014 • 3:22 pm •
  111. Yoooh we still on this wedding again …. boring

    Mbali

    11 August 2014 • 12:55 pm •
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    • U r hooked neh,mdogo o bandayo.Get a hobby schacha

      Mpho

      12 August 2014 • 6:16 am •
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  112. I still cannot believe I have so much effect on people who dont even know me. KWAAAAAA.

    Zalanjalo

    11 August 2014 • 1:37 pm •
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    • Lol ! Jst as Ref has an effect on U neh…

      Pz

      11 August 2014 • 6:14 pm •
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    • Arrest urself Gogo,U know an empty tin makes loudest noise,and yes it has an irritating effect.

      Mpho

      12 August 2014 • 6:11 am •
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      • hahahahah , keep on playing to my music dear ZJ is enjoying all the attention. And a bit of education sweety I can call myself a lot of things on this blog , but I am honoured that u took your precious time to find the meaning of my name that is how ZJ rolls ne. luv u hun.

        Zalanjalo

        12 August 2014 • 10:24 am •
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    • Zala nja,wow now dat name says a mouthful.It means give birth to a dog.whoop whoop

      Naledi

      12 August 2014 • 9:02 am •
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      • U took time to find the meaning of my name , yoooh I am a true celebrity , I am sure u even dream about ZJ ne. I luv u nunu autograph is on its way ne.

        Zalanjalo

        12 August 2014 • 1:15 pm •
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  113. Hi Everyone

    Feel free to contact The Dream for expert advice.
    Here is what we have to offer:
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    Drop us an email: tumi.lekay@gmail.com

    With Warm Regards…
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    Miss Tumi Lekay

    11 August 2014 • 1:56 pm •
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    • Thank you Tumi. I will email you my “wish list”. Thank you so much for posting pics on this website.

      Molebogeng

      11 August 2014 • 2:39 pm •
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  114. Yet again, people be saying they have an effect on the villagers? if your matured enough you would have left this arguement a long time ago. I don’t know this couple, nor do I wish to know them but this wedding looks way better than many weddings I’ve seen whether on this blog or live. So nke le tlogeleng bo satane and sit your fat a** down or post your own wedding pics so we can also see what ya’ll are about. All the best Jerry&Katli

    Dineo

    11 August 2014 • 6:16 pm •
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    • Hahaha little Dinny , wena na evaluator of matured and immatured people. For the fact that u busy replying to me it means u are more immature than me. I am doing this to spite all of u and I am really bluffed to see that people are actually replying. hahahah. I will reply to all of u as my Followers , Remember dear True Leaders are followed no matter where they go and u just proved ukuthi that is right. I love u Dinny and all my Loyal followers. Keep on replying to my silly comments ZJ loves it like that.

      Zalanjalo

      12 August 2014 • 10:46 am •
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  115. hahahah I am still the topic , yooh this is a record broken. Thank u bloggers for focusing on me and my comments. I love u all my followers. keep on following the LEADER ne.

    Zalanjalo

    12 August 2014 • 10:17 am •
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  116. I know my followers will reply , its nice to play music and people dance to your tune. that is a classic.

    Zalanjalo

    12 August 2014 • 10:22 am •
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  117. hahahhahahahhahahah Zala I agree…..der more dey reply is da more re bulela di nause!!!

    Nnete ya baba!!

    12 August 2014 • 12:19 pm •
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    • Atleast there is peace and quiteness on the blog now. Siyabonga ZJ usilamulele ku village army.

      Mbali

      12 August 2014 • 1:06 pm •
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  118. I dont know what Soweta’s policy is regarding the number of photos that one can post but would love to see more. If only they allowed videos to be posted here as well.

    Refilwe Molefi

    12 August 2014 • 12:49 pm •
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  119. U see NNete no one is following me now. I am crying where are my followers mara kwaaaaaa. Really bothering yourself ngo Zalanjalo ongamazi poor souls.

    Zalanjalo

    12 August 2014 • 1:08 pm •
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  120. I like how we had different flooring for both days. Day 1, bride’s home, we had the green grass carpet flooring, Day 2 we had the white tiles flooring. WOW that was awesome. It didn’t feel like we attended one wedding twice.

    Miss Tumi Lekay

    12 August 2014 • 3:30 pm •
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  121. Who can forget that we didn’t put a table in-front of the bride and groom, we put their table on the side, so that guests could see them from head to toe. From wherever guests were seated, they got to glance at the bride’s beautiful dress without the worry of having a table as a distraction. That is very important

    Miss Tumi Lekay

    12 August 2014 • 3:36 pm •
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    • I am getting married in 6 months to come, thanx for the heads up…no table in from of me, head to toe ke boss

      Trueteller

      13 August 2014 • 8:00 am •
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      • Yes True-Teller, pls no table. Good luck with the planning, wish u all the best 🙂

        Miss Tumi Lekay

        13 August 2014 • 10:19 am •
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  122. The wedding was beautiful as I sed before, but honestly nothing extra ordinary. The are really elegant and classy weddings on this blog like the one ya Humbulani if im not mistaken but we have neva heard them tell us of how much they spent and so forth..Mkhwenyana Jesto I think u spoilt the whole think by entertaining the bloggers while yo wife is all quiet Be a man baba and stop being a Bab Mgobhozi like di straatmaid tsa di bridesmaid tsa gago

    Ms Miya

    13 August 2014 • 3:40 am •
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    • exactly my point Ms Miya a ke bone anything extra ordinary here but ppl go on and on abt he hehehehe dream team dream team

      kgolo

      18 August 2014 • 10:19 am •
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  123. I meant to say Aluwanis wedding.. plz check the wedding ull see ushaya owakho Jesto 10 nil but dd they brad NO!!!!! Zalanjalo cc u wer on point at first but now stop it They not worth it

    Ms Miya

    13 August 2014 • 3:47 am •
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  124. I agree with u Ms Miya , this wedding is not a “WoW” , it ordinary like most weddings I have seen. Dream team yona , cha ruined everything. They wanted to be glorified for nothing.This is about the groom and bride and not the people behind the scene and their roles on the wedding. The couple will thank u personally if they like not ukuthi u start blowing your own horns. Jesto and his wife were getting married not the whole village.

    Mbali

    13 August 2014 • 7:57 am •
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  125. Bakekolo ashiba.Trying so much to ruin other ppl’s wedding,ape we can see through thier bitterness.
    Bahloka go fiwa nonyane.

    Good luck trying to ruin other ppls joy mara mo le lenyalong le lebone popopo, lepaletswe xem.

    Bakgekolo,ba mona.

    Mpho

    13 August 2014 • 8:55 am •
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  126. I love how every table had a theme and on each table there was a photo in a frame that reaterated the theme. Each table told a story, of family/love etc etc

    Another idea for those having traditional weddings, u can hv every table have the word love in the different official languages of SA, or 4rm different african languages

    Miss Tumi Lekay

    13 August 2014 • 10:06 am •
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  127. zala ndihamba nawe

    yoyoz

    13 August 2014 • 10:46 am •
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  128. Dankie dream team for keeping the wedding memory alive.

    Thanks also to s frustrated grannies,for keeping this wedding alive.Lol Goleng bare lets leave this wedding but they find themselves coming for more.

    Naledi

    13 August 2014 • 11:07 am •
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  129. Loved it Tumi.Or have 1 Corintians 13 of what love is. Loved how Kay was so open to ideas, eventhough the final decision was hers and Jerry.More pics please.

    Refilwe Molefi

    13 August 2014 • 11:10 am •
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  130. I c sm ppl dnt get enough attention at home tht theyr flattered by the nuisance they r to other ppl..egoists….self esteems r boosted by silly thngs..

    zama

    13 August 2014 • 1:31 pm •
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    • U are mad nje wena Zama , drink your pills before u comment.

      MHHh

      14 August 2014 • 10:36 am •
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  131. woooow so ppl still talking about this wedding???mmmmmmm ..dat was a perfect wedding ngempela..CONGRATS MR AND MRS MOABELO.Ur wedding seems not to be forgotten anytime soon.le e bakile yooo.lenyalo le ntse ele la bosso str8.The wedding even made sum of the ppl celebrities(as they claim to be) ebile neh..they shud thank u both makoti and the groom to bring ur wedding on sowetan live.God bless ur marriage to the fullest.

    mphoza

    14 August 2014 • 10:01 am •
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    • Lol ! Dankie Mphoza …o buile go ka tlala seatla lala…le tsetse di phleleb * 🙂

      zama

      14 August 2014 • 4:46 pm •
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  132. The bridal couple hardly forgets gift favors for their guests but most importantly, please dont forget gifts for your bridesmaids and groomsmen and they shouldnt be the same as your gift favours.

    In this wedding the matron of honor got a towel branded matron of honor
    The groomsmen got masculine gift sets aswell

    Dont forget the people that help you make your day.

    Miss Tumi Lekay

    15 August 2014 • 8:06 am •
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  133. Only the decor is nice, therest aowa what kind of dresses are the bride’s maid wearing?

    Boss

    18 August 2014 • 10:36 am •
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  134. All is beautiful bridesmaid’s kedikobo hle.

    Matome

    18 August 2014 • 1:41 pm •
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  135. WATS GOING ON KADI BRIDEMAIDS?
    SOMEBODY HELP………..

    Kuki

    19 August 2014 • 8:19 am •
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  136. Lol Kuki , ke dikobo nje all of them. Bride and Groom and groomsman bahle.

    Matome

    19 August 2014 • 9:17 am •
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  137. What a beautiful wedding. Decor was on point. It seems everything went well.
    Congradulations god bless u on ur wonderful marriage..

    Khonza

    19 August 2014 • 1:59 pm •
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  138. Elegant decor,young handsome groom and beutiful bride.May God bless ur marriage.
    1 of de best wedding on de blog

    Thando

    20 August 2014 • 6:44 am •
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  139. Jerry and Katli,may almighty God bless umshato wenu niyafanelana.

    You look so happy together,beautiful perfect wedding.

    Nthabi

    20 August 2014 • 6:46 am •
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  140. ke rata mosadi wa gago o cool and collected a ke bone le comment ya gage mabebeza o mosadisadi hle o tshware jwale sesi o skaya le mogofe

    reggie gal

    21 August 2014 • 11:44 am •
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  141. Wooooooow,I first saw ur wedding on Sunday Times the moment,
    You guys really went all out,congrats n leswarane gabotse.
    Its so great to see young couples bashata.

    Paul

    21 August 2014 • 2:01 pm •
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  142. ge ba re perfect wedding ba ra ntwe

    MMATLOU

    27 August 2014 • 1:57 pm •
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  143. Bontle fela!!!

    mahlodi lekganyane

    22 September 2014 • 1:54 pm •
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  144. I hear a baby launch is coming soon!! CONGRATS Hleng!!

    Refilwe Molefi

    14 November 2014 • 10:10 am •
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