Mr and Mrs Sibanyoni got married 21st September 2013 and it was everything they had wished and hoped for.
wow ……i love it and may God bless , Congrats
Aowa mona fase, your wedding was beautiful. I love the traditional attire ya makoti, it was nice and unique. Well planned and may God bless
love the cake, love the hairstyle but I got a feeling that some of the pictures like 6/10 2/10 and 3/10 on page 1 were from a cellphone. If they are not from a cellphone then your photographer should be brought to book. all in all it was well planned and very beautiful. may God bless your matrimonial union.
Dear Mrs Sibanyoni pls smack whoever posted your pictures without permission coz these are so not pics a bride would willingly post…..
I only love the hair style, different & elegant… May God bless your union..
k-fever o bua nnete…pink bridemaids are not feeling it whereas orange bridemaids are posing like they at a beer festival…May God bless ur wedding
we need formal fotos, I wonder who posted this cos clearly is nt makoti
white dress yes.tradition nooooooooooooooooo
i luv pink nd orange, but here u didn’t do justice to it,the cake Y is it on a dining room table??
in love wut da hair
Kganthe makoti colour scheme ke eng nah?
– Tafola e yellow and red
– Cakhe e nale sweet pink and orange flowers
– di stroi di apere very dark colours
Otherwise, you looked beautiful, may God bless your marriage
White dress yes, aowa tradition is not ayoba
the dress looks like a bed spread
ai the dress looks more like a bed spread than a wedding gown
Loving makoti’s hair, she looks pretty. Can someone explain the decor
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