Mr and Mrs Vumazonke

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  1. Congrats makoti, tse nchi ke maaka.

    Dark-Angel

    1 April 2014 • 9:40 am •
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    • lol 🙂

      Ginababe

      1 April 2014 • 11:17 am •
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    • YHO, hhay khona…. i agree with you Dark-Angel, tse nchi ke maaka stru.

      Mrs Lee

      1 April 2014 • 12:55 pm •
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    • Ja hey lol, Congratulations are in order.

      Chichi

      1 April 2014 • 1:00 pm •
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  2. yho! congrats makoti……..

    Pinkstar

    1 April 2014 • 10:28 am •
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  3. pity you cant turn back time.. you couldve chosen a black suite for ur groom and paige boys.
    but all the best for your marriage

    kay

    1 April 2014 • 10:33 am •
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  4. Flowergirls and the groomsmen are dressed nicely.

    Lebo

    1 April 2014 • 10:36 am •
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  5. Nice wedding pls post more pics
    tsa tradition…

    tsholo

    1 April 2014 • 11:56 am •
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  6. Congradulations to Mr and Mrs Vumazonke, may you be blessed in your marriage.

    A few misses, the cake is so 1950’s, whats with the ladies with the matching traditional dresses and the sunglasses, aowa bathong.

    Next time makoti

    Mmalelapa

    1 April 2014 • 12:43 pm •
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  7. I am not a fan of red and white but congrats on ur wedding

    Loko

    1 April 2014 • 12:58 pm •
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  8. hey congrats, plus colour blocking wedding

    dineo

    1 April 2014 • 2:17 pm •
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  9. Cograts and a modimo a le hlogonolofatse. Not much to say

    mmakoma

    1 April 2014 • 6:13 pm •
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  10. Anyway to takk too mush congradulations on u marriage

    Tshidi

    1 April 2014 • 9:06 pm •
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  11. the only thing i love about your wedding is the groomsmen and the flower girls

    mmamoruti

    2 April 2014 • 5:10 am •
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  12. Makoti, trends change in everything – even weddings. You did not research current trends in expos, magazines and even here on the blog. You had the budget, but you spent it in an 80s wedding. With the amount you paid for that cake, you could have gotten something elegant. The groomsmen are spot-on though, they even overshadow you. Bakushayile cards and spades.

    Congratulations on your wedding, may you and your hubby remain blessed! One LOVE!!!!!

    Fundi

    2 April 2014 • 6:27 am •
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  13. lol..shoo this valentine theme is not one..

    Charloza

    2 April 2014 • 8:39 am •
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  14. congrats on your union,,,,,the rest is history

    zaza

    2 April 2014 • 9:07 am •
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  15. Hai nooooo ankeke. Stay blessed and cograts on ur wedding

    Mokgalabone

    2 April 2014 • 11:27 am •
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  16. congrats its in order great wedding gown n great sense of colours

    mareika

    2 April 2014 • 12:07 pm •
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  17. I fully agree with Fundi, makoti did not do her homework. The red and white colour scheme is a challenge on its own and requires great imagination.

    Makoti you should also have gone minimal on your jewelery, even now after the wedding i would advice you not to wear the neckpiece with those earings, wear them separately. Whats with the main table centerpiece that was shielding you from your guests and is that your bouquet that is hanging upside down?

    Sunglasses during photo shoots are also not ayoba bathong, but your choice of shoes makoti gets a 10/10 from me.

    brides-to-be there are magazines, blogs and tv programmes that you can learn from in order to have/add those WOW factors to your wedding.

    Congradulations again to the bride and groom

    Mmalelapa

    2 April 2014 • 12:25 pm •
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  18. amen

    nyiko

    2 April 2014 • 12:30 pm •
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  19. congradulations makoti…sorry to write this on ua post, blocker I need help where can I get a convertible car hire around polokwane or anywhere in Limpopo?please help.

    helly

    3 April 2014 • 1:03 pm •
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    • Check Avis website they have a facility to hire super cars for weddings, but word of advice convertibles are so outdated for wedding.do luxury sedans that match in colour maybe a Mercedes,lexus,bmw or chyreslers all in white.

      K-Fever!!

      4 April 2014 • 8:09 am •
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  20. I wish you had a petticoat underneath that dress to give it a shape. Anyway congratulations makoti.

    Nomaxhosa

    3 April 2014 • 2:44 pm •
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  21. Eish congrats to the couple. the rest as they say is history.

    Zaza

    3 April 2014 • 3:15 pm •
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  22. Makoti, the jury has spoken and I think the verdict is unanimous here. So I as the judge will make the following order: When your children get married, please dont get involved. you might just ruin it for them neh. Congrats.

    Khumo

    4 April 2014 • 8:57 am •
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    • The little gal in red is stunning. These pics are not for public viewing.

      Makoti

      14 April 2014 • 11:31 am •
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  23. is tjis wedding l;ike this or maybe they ddnt finish it

    TT

    4 April 2014 • 9:16 pm •
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  24. Decor e smart n the colours mxwaaa.Good luck

    khadjo

    6 April 2014 • 7:39 am •
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  25. Tjo, Congratulations. that cake is so utdated. how many tiers?

    Miss Lee

    8 April 2014 • 7:15 am •
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  26. congratulations for your wedding, but there few things that im strungling to understand
    1. plastic flower are a no no
    2. western (grooms men)meets traditional(brides maid), why
    3. your dress looks terreble
    4. servients inside wine glasses and ferry lights are missplaced, and
    5. the cake eeee takes the cake

    Amen

    Njie

    8 April 2014 • 8:35 am •
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  27. tju monna o osebete hlenna, odula mosadi tjo. congrats guys

    nnete

    8 April 2014 • 12:38 pm •
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  28. Yaa nee!!!! Please seek advise from people who know if you are trend/fashion challenged. Wedding planners ba batla batho, ba tlhoka business ka di DIY tse so. le ska Vumazonke hle, research! You look very happy on your special day, may God grant you everlasting joy in your marriage!

    Tumiza

    8 April 2014 • 1:03 pm •
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  29. hehehehe, I rather reserve my comment. God bless you

    Trueteller

    11 April 2014 • 12:57 pm •
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  30. congratulations on your marriage. you should have attended a few expo’s before your wedding

    Khomotjo Moabelo

    14 April 2014 • 10:36 am •
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  31. Problem is when people take all these pics serious, I think this lady was just sharing a joke here. Enough said, shuuuu

    Makoti se PA

    14 April 2014 • 11:37 am •
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  32. the cake was tooo much, the earrings were too much, your dress looked more like a curtain to me, please people this is 21st century lets move with the times 🙁 this is disturbing for me, however I still wish you the best of wishes.

    Minazo

    15 April 2014 • 8:50 am •
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  33. Hai ke!

    NAPS

    25 April 2014 • 5:28 am •
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  34. congratulations on tying the knot, only a few are so blessed. one has to be really creative to pull off red and white, tricky colours! it is important to research , research and research some more on suitable trends. lets leave the 1940’s alone.

    Diva!

    25 April 2014 • 3:26 pm •
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  35. yhooohooooo Too much RED WEDDING I HAVE EVER SEEN TJO MMAWE , CAKES DI TLETSE PLEKE YONG

    *Clap once*8

    Refilwe

    5 May 2014 • 2:31 pm •
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  36. WHAT A WEDDING!!!

    XOLE

    6 May 2014 • 12:32 pm •
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  37. Mmalelapa,wa phapha struu, lets see ur wedding pics, anyway makoti congrats you did the best you could, Hope blessings are filling ur marriage #people can be mean#

    Lala

    13 May 2014 • 1:55 pm •
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  38. This wedding would still have been bad even in the 80’s! let me shut up!

    that dress! where was the tailoring? shutting up now…

    MsTshifulanani

    23 September 2014 • 1:38 pm •
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