Lufuno and Johannes Ndlovu’s Wedding

We meet @ school hoerskool wondefontein 2007, we were still young I was new @ school so, he sent his friend to come and propose me, if he fails he owes him R50, so the friend failed and he passed……when he approached me he “he dreamnt about me but we will discuss it further during break time, I happen to fall into the trap and we fell in love till date. Our decors  where done by sweet promise events and catering……our designer was tshidiso from westonaria! Photographer vuyo,black child production!

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  1. Beautiful wedding

    Indy

    29 April 2014 • 11:03 am •
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  2. It was a beautiful wedding indeed.

    Zakes Jali

    29 April 2014 • 11:29 am •
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  3. LOVE your deco makoti

    smatsatsa

    29 April 2014 • 12:01 pm •
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  4. I am not a fan of dark colours so I cannot comment more, but I wena le hubby looked so happy and inlove, meaning you enjoyed and its all matters, God bless your marriage

    Trueteller

    29 April 2014 • 12:12 pm •
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  5. they look spectacular and it was a beautiful wedding to have been part of i must say, you could see how much they love each other by just the look in their eyes

    nthabeleng morakabe

    29 April 2014 • 12:18 pm •
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  6. Bride and Groom were very stunning, Beutiful wedding.

    Thoko Vilakazi

    29 April 2014 • 12:21 pm •
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  7. beautiful indeed

    feni

    29 April 2014 • 12:36 pm •
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  8. Beautiful wedding makoti, Mudzimu vha fhatutshedze mbingano yanu

    Chichi

    29 April 2014 • 12:38 pm •
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  9. Truteller we picked those colors because loved them dear………thanx God will indeed bless our marriege

    lufuno Ndlovu

    29 April 2014 • 12:39 pm •
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    • nice wedding guys love the decor especially ur table, pls tell me how long did it take for sowetan to publish ur pic.

      Fofoza

      30 April 2014 • 7:36 am •
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  10. Mudzimu vha fhatutshedze mbingano ya vheiwe, ni dzule no farisanana sa zwenezwo.

    Mrs M

    29 April 2014 • 12:40 pm •
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  11. congrats to the bride and groom on your union. beautiful wedding.
    but i must say i agree with with Trueteller just cos you are having a traditional affair it doesnt meant you should incorporate “dark brown”. i am not a fan of the carpet if its not layed down properly.

    you guys look very happy.

    Miss O

    29 April 2014 • 12:56 pm •
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    • I will really love to see your wedding colours Miss O cause every colour for you is a problem its either too dark or too much some comments reserve them for yourself as couples have a reason for picking colours they just dont pick cause Miss O is colour blind

      Bibi

      30 April 2014 • 10:22 am •
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      • bibi – u post to hear what people say…. brown is too dull.

        Miss O

        30 April 2014 • 11:04 am •
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  12. Nice decor , mara u could have done a different hairstyle. Plain weave is not ayoba. Mara everything was nice and very unique. lovely

    MHHH

    29 April 2014 • 1:27 pm •
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  13. Mrs M I only understand mudzimo(God) I m not venda,I m xhosa……thank u dear

    lufuno Ndlovu

    29 April 2014 • 1:59 pm •
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  14. Ngiyazibona izithombe bantu, just trying to figure out what the bride is trying to say on her introduction. Just does not add up/make any sense.

    QueenLee

    29 April 2014 • 2:01 pm •
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    • claps once

      Lou

      30 April 2014 • 8:00 am •
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  15. You looked happy, that’s what matters but the rest including your dress is not ayoba.

    Lebo

    29 April 2014 • 2:04 pm •
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  16. Beautiful Couple indeed, you look very happy together. Dripping looks like it can fall anytime and again plastic flowers not ayoba.

    may God bless your marriage.

    Miss Lee

    29 April 2014 • 2:05 pm •
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  17. Woooow m so inlove with the decor Makoti, may God richly bless u n yo husband.

    Miss V

    29 April 2014 • 2:07 pm •
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  18. Pls people help i need to know how long does it take for Sowetan to publish our photos, mare!

    Fofoza

    29 April 2014 • 2:19 pm •
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  19. Beautiful wedding makoti, you and hubby managed to pull off a great theme.
    The decor was on point but I must say the green and red carpet spoiled the beauty.
    Nonetheless congratulations, may your union be blessed.

    Phophi

    29 April 2014 • 2:26 pm •
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  20. Beautiful wedding!! The couple are so in love and enjoying their big day. It truly looked stunning.

    Fuza

    29 April 2014 • 3:45 pm •
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  21. Everything was perfect makoti God bless you.

    Ana

    29 April 2014 • 3:54 pm •
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  22. In deed beauty lays in the eyes of the be holder …..May God Bless always :)

    PHUTISB

    29 April 2014 • 5:25 pm •
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  23. Beautiful wedding makoti,God bless ur marriage

    NkatekoSgwadi

    29 April 2014 • 5:45 pm •
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  24. Nice wedding but i must say we had too much of this dress here on this blog..let us try to be creative even if u copy something dont copy as it is

    TT

    29 April 2014 • 8:06 pm •
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  25. Sweet Promise Events is doing my decor soon. i guess i should now relax, the decor i perfect, more than i expected. well done makoti, love the colours, you looked beautiful. take care of hubby

    lerato

    30 April 2014 • 12:00 am •
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  26. I AGREE WITH QUEENLEE ABOUT THE INTRO,I ALSO DONT UNDERSTAND,I LOVE UR GROOM & GROOMSMEN’S ATTIRE BUT I DONT LIKE UR DRESS AND THE BRIDESMAIDS DRESSES.CONGRATULATIONS ON UR WEDDING,MODIMO A LE GODISE A LE DIRE KA GO LOKA GO FIHLA KA MO GO SA FELENG.

    concerned

    30 April 2014 • 6:13 am •
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  27. congrats Makoti

    the deco looked good. loved the lay out on the guests tables.
    your dress neh, the idea behind was great but the execution eish.
    you are pretty hey and im sure a styled weave would have done you very well.

    congrats

    rene

    30 April 2014 • 7:32 am •
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  28. hahahahahah the INTRO loooooooooooooooooooooolllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

    rene

    30 April 2014 • 7:35 am •
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  29. True Queen Lee , i also cannot make sense of the introduction. Makoti should have written in Xhosa as english is a problem sometimes.

    MHHH

    30 April 2014 • 7:48 am •
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  30. Intro is a joke. kwaaak

    ZIZI

    30 April 2014 • 7:55 am •
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  31. Mare ho bua nnete red carpet was not necessary, why not something traditional?

    SisTee

    30 April 2014 • 9:18 am •
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  32. Ga kena mafoko tse nchi ke maaka……Congradulations!

    K-Fever!!

    30 April 2014 • 9:35 am •
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  33. Some comments though if u have nothing nice to say sit down pls,it was a beatifull wedding indeed

    majenito

    30 April 2014 • 11:33 am •
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    • Exactly my point people do not post their weddings for such critics. This was a traditional wedding and it depends which culture you are from some it will be too colourful some dark.

      Bibi

      2 May 2014 • 8:17 am •
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  34. Should’ve gone easy on the orange, but congrats 😉

    Ndo

    30 April 2014 • 2:15 pm •
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  35. Hehehe!!! Was hoping anizuyiqala ke eye intro…

    Lu

    30 April 2014 • 6:31 pm •
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    • go fly a kite ga rena nako ya batho le emotions tsa bona moo……

      Nnete ya baba!!

      2 May 2014 • 9:20 am •
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      • yeay!!!!! thanks dear… people just dont understand. you post so that we can critise or complement your attire, decor… we dont attack people personally… but if you decide to make it personal to go personal we will khuza your a$$.

        Miss O

        5 May 2014 • 10:32 am •
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  36. ga re bone ka go tshwana bathong, nna ga ke bone sepe se sentle mo *hiding*.

    Le gale wishing the couple marital bliss….

    Mmalelapa

    2 May 2014 • 1:23 pm •
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  37. Mubi lomshado icircus yodwa le , makoti bhala ngolimi lwakho uma ungasazi isingisi njengami nje

    Bibi

    2 May 2014 • 1:39 pm •
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  38. AI NAM NGIVUMELANA NAWE BIBI EKUTHENI UMAKOTI AKABHALE NGOLWIMI LWAKHE BT I THINK IF U N UR HUSBAND WERE HAPI NGAYOYONKE INTO ON UR WEDDING DAY THAT SHOULD B ENOUGH.

    HAHAHA

    8 May 2014 • 9:52 am •
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  39. Guys, its up to the bride and the groom to choose what they like. So if you don’t like it its fine cause bona ba happy.

    STRAIGHT TALK

    8 May 2014 • 10:48 am •
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  40. Some of the commentors on this blog are very rude.I guess it will be ok for no-one to post their wedding pictures online as people have got nothing good to say when they are hiding behind a computer screen. Where’s UBUNTU? If you’ve got nothing good to say about someone’s wedding please keep it to yourself. You didn’t pay for it so I don’t see why they should choose the colours, dress, decor, hairstyle or anything you want or deem suitable. Yours is just to look at the pictures and praise God that there is still true love out and black men who are will to make honest women out of their queens!

    PS: If you don’t understand what she’s written in her introduction, then its fine. You’re not going to write an Exam from her intro so just look at the pictures and leave it there!

    DIBU

    9 May 2014 • 9:00 am •
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    • Dibu sisi , we can write whatever that we want to write on this blog u can’t tell us anything. If u getting offended that’s your own problem. Umakoti posted her pictures for the whole SA to see so she should be strong enough to take our comments. If Sowetan wanted us to view photos without commenting ngabe it didn’t include the comment button uyangiqonda.

      And regarding intro as a normal human being before u write something worse if it will be addressed to the rest of South Africa you should take time and read it yourself to ensure there are no mistakes. Who knows maybe we helping the lady to improve her skills as maybe her friends are scared of telling her that her English ibolile. Xhosa , Zulu etc are official languages as well. Ungazosiqhela wena

      Nodoli

      9 May 2014 • 3:12 pm •
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  41. Guys were there no other venues for photo shoots other than that dilapidated house and what looks like ‘sefate sa matekwane’?

    Tumi

    11 May 2014 • 3:54 pm •
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  42. guys lets get 1 thing straight here,if people posts thier wedding photos it means they want other people to comment about it,so u must understand that people will say what they liked and didnt like about the wedding.Dont get angry if people say nasty things about your wedding because thats what you wanted to hear when u post ur wedding photos.1 thing ye e makatsang kudu ke gore dicomments dikwatisa batho bangwe other than makoti le monna wa gagwe.When we post here re tla be re postela bona(the bride n tha groom) so ke nagana gore ko bona ba swanetseng go kwata not batho ba bangwe.So rena ga re ke ra kwatisa ke melaetsa ye e seng ya rena,plz coz i see most of the time go kwata batho ba ba wrong.

    leeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    16 May 2014 • 11:57 am •
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  43. Ow my God…

    Bride and Groom

    Please don’t worry about nasty comments that people are saying b’cause it’s no longer abt your wedding but its includes your grammar etc,

    People have a right to criticise as you have decided to display your pics in this blog, but let’s criticise constructively and not to say heart breaking things, the fact that you would’nt organise your wed like this doesnt mean it wasn’t a nice wedding for the couple. You are a nice couple may God bless your union as long as you are both happy and you will remain happy forever, it’s doesn’t matter what some people think and you have nothing to explain to anybody.

    Thah

    19 May 2014 • 7:41 pm •
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  44. go botse jwang bathong. maara gwa senya fela ka red carpet!!

    Alinah

    3 June 2014 • 11:21 am •
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  45. Lo a bua moooo,di bridesmaids man,design and the hairstyles tlhe mma.

    the vu

    4 June 2014 • 9:41 am •
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  46. beautiful sisi, people will always have sumthing to say bad or good so dont take it personal..

    Shirls

    23 July 2014 • 12:58 pm •
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  47. True Alinah

    Sweetness

    2 September 2014 • 1:06 pm •
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