Mr and Mrs Ntshangase’s Wedding

It was  on the 26th of May 2013 it was on a Saturday in Vosloorus at the venue called THE POINT PUB& GRILL. It was a soul session of the late Eddie Makhosonke Zondi. Then On the 27th January 2014 He proposed me  and got engaged me with a beautiful ring  the same day in the house with a glass of chapmaigne. He just woke up one morning and said *ngifuna ube unkosikazi wami* well I was shocked  because I was not sure about my feelings to him because he was so  handsome for me and  in my mind I thought he was a player I even asked him if he is serious about what he is telling me and he replied and said*ngifuna ube u Mrs Ntshangase*.I saw his honesty and seriousness in his eyes then I agreed to get married to him.Tthen we took a step of telling both our mothers who then took the process further

 

Lobola was paid on the  12 April 2014 and again on the 11 October 2014. After that 20th December 2014 was  set out as the date of the big celebration. We started planning for the big day and we both agreed for a garden wedding ceremony that will take place in a private venue. After almost 7 months of planning our wedding was fun filled which is in line with our characters. We had family,friends and colleagues from near and far just added cherry on top.it has not been an easy journey getting to where we are today but through God we conquered all.

 

Thank you to all those who came to witness our union and enjoyed our wedding day with us and thank you to our families for being our pillars of strength. A special thank you to my son Amkelo (AMVR LABEL) for my(BRIDE) second attire dresses (African print)plus the bridesmaid second attire ( leather skirts) as traditional clothes.

 

May God bless u All

24 Comments

  1. NICE WEDDING GOD BLESS UR UNION.EVERYTHING IS PERFECT.MAMA UYITHANDE LENDODA NAWE BABA UMTHANDE UMKAKHO NGIYANIBONGISA.

    EVAH says:

    2 February 2015 • 8:57 am •
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    • Very nice wedding indeed, you guys are awesome, Combination of the colours, the venue, Your dress, your bridesmaid dresses, LOVELY! I give you 90% You go Girl!!!CONGRATULATIONS and wish you all the best.

      Zizi

      2 February 2015 • 3:57 pm •
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  2. very nyc, makoti hlogela go tsenya eyelishes bona mahlo a red yang o kare o nwele bojalwa

    tsholo

    2 February 2015 • 9:06 am •
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  3. This is very very beautiful. I like the colors, very well executed.Congrats on ur marriage

    pp

    2 February 2015 • 9:23 am •
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  4. mmmmm beautiful wedding may god blessed your marriage.

    mpho

    2 February 2015 • 9:23 am •
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  5. beautiful wedding, mara bridesmaid’s hairstyles #tshaba

    Miss Lee

    2 February 2015 • 9:38 am •
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  6. Beautiful wedding indeed, everything well executed and I like combinations of your colours not dilo tse re di bonang. God bless you guys!!!!!!!!!!

    mihloza

    2 February 2015 • 9:43 am •
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  7. Nice traditional attire , makoti groom and bridesmaid. Makoti u should have not worn a boob tube though. White gown is nice it suits your age perfectly , I dislike bridesmaid dresses. I love the venue looks nice and romantic. I agree with the eyelashes u look like a drunkard. overall u were hot. I like hubby’s dimples 🙂

    Zalanjalo

    2 February 2015 • 9:45 am •
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    • Tjo Zalanjalo you tell it like it is neh, you don’t mince your words at all. Ayi ngiyakusaba sisi u harsh man!

      Zaza

      2 February 2015 • 1:13 pm •
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  8. The traditional attire for the whole bridal party was lovely.Makoti ur dress suited you very well though i do not agree with the hand gloves.ur fascinator was also very nice pity ne o sa beya pila.

    Congra n gud luck.

    K-Fever!!

    2 February 2015 • 10:28 am •
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  9. Intro to Mr and Mrs Xolane Chiloane’s wedding.

    Lobola was paid on the 18th of January 2014 and the 13th and 14th of December 2014 were set as the dates for the big celebration. We wanted a venue wedding but our families would not have that, since we are both first born children. After much arm twisting, and pleading, the elders from both families, agreed to at least give us our dream garden ceremony, with both our receptions being at our respective homes.

    After almost 12 months of planning , our wedding day was fun filled which is in line with our characters. We had family, friends and colleagues from near and far which just added the cherry on top.

    It has not been an easy journey getting to where we are today but through God, our families and most of all our love for each other we conquered all. Thank you to all those who came to witness our union and enjoy our wedding days with us, thank you to our families for being our pillars of strength and a big thank you to all our service providers for their great craftsmanship and reliability.

    Intro to Ntshangase wedding

    He just woke up one morning and said *ngifuna ube unkosikazi wami* well I was shocked because I was not sure about my feelings to him because he was so handsome for me and in my mind I thought he was a player I even asked him if he is serious about what he is telling me and he replied and said*ngifuna ube u Mrs Ntshangase*.I saw his honesty and seriousness in his eyes then I agreed to get married to him.Tthen we took a step of telling both our mothers who then took the process further

    Lobola was paid on the 12 April 2014 and again on the 11 October 2014. After that 20th December 2014 was set out as the date of the big celebration. We started planning for the big day and we both agreed for a garden wedding ceremony that will take place in a private venue. After almost 7 months of planning our wedding was fun filled which is in line with our characters. We had family,friends and colleagues from near and far just added cherry on top.it has not been an easy journey getting to where we are today but through God we conquered all.

    Thank you to all those who came to witness our union and enjoyed our wedding day with us and thank you to our families for being our pillars of strength. A special thank you to my son Amkelo (AMVR LABEL) for my(BRIDE) second attire dresses (African print)plus the bridesmaid second attire ( leather skirts) as traditional clothes.

    Admin should brides start copy righting their intros now?????Makoti you could not come up with anything better to write about your wedding you just decided to copy some one else??????yoh ga o swabe tlheng.

    K-Fever!!

    2 February 2015 • 10:51 am •
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  10. This statement i have read somewhere on this blog “After almost 7 months of planning our wedding was fun filled which is in line with our characters. We had family,friends and colleagues from near and far just added cherry on top.it has not been an easy journey getting to where we are today but through God we conquered all.”

    Anyway Happy marriage life you were beautiful

    Kay

    2 February 2015 • 11:04 am •
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    • Mr and Mrs Xolane Chiloane, i mean does dis woman really think we are dat stupid that we would read the into n not do 1 plus 1?????eh wa re tlwaela waitse!

      K-Fever!!

      2 February 2015 • 1:05 pm •
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  11. Makoti your white dress is beautiful and suited you well, the gloves are very old school though! The traditional attire was lovely however I wish your top was not a boob tube you would have looked nicer if you had covered up. The brides maids have heavy chests for those blue boob tube dresses they are wearing. The rest looks nice, you make a lovely coulple. God bless your union.

    Phophi

    2 February 2015 • 12:17 pm •
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  12. finally we see something nice, phela lately we see mehlolo. Makoti you knew your body type your dress suited you. I don’t understand the vest of one of the bride’s maids though, it looks likes something which should be hidden. the hand glove is also so outdated.

    Lady D

    2 February 2015 • 1:32 pm •
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  13. I agree with Kay and K-fever why the hell would someone copy an intro come on…………. And husband handsome, shu………………..

    What a turn off the intro? Boob tubes on size GG heish, but the colour combination was fantastic

    Masego

    2 February 2015 • 3:07 pm •
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  14. Beautiful wedding…. send us the cake pics..

    Ntoks

    3 February 2015 • 7:38 am •
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  15. Wow beautiful wedding makoti,God bless

    Bobo

    3 February 2015 • 10:27 am •
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  16. Bride’s maids hairstyles are a shame

    Kati

    3 February 2015 • 11:21 am •
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  17. I just love the decor Makoti

    Jubijubi

    3 February 2015 • 2:24 pm •
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  18. overall nice and well organized wedding. but didn’t like the sitting arrangement on page 1, photo 6 n 7. Makoti, first dress suit you well but the second traditional not suitable for your boobs. Groom outfit excellent
    Bathong, introduction yona, copy and paste ke ya eng?? if you are not good writer, just give us wedding date only and the rest is your history.

    Nono

    8 February 2015 • 12:59 pm •
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  19. woow! Black n white entle bathong

    Mmabatho

    11 February 2015 • 8:42 pm •
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  20. Beautiful wedding, I like the powder blue colour, very nice dear bride. Congrats on a wedding well organised and may you love each other till death do you part.

    Nonie

    25 February 2015 • 1:14 pm •
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  21. This is still the most beautiful wedding I ever came across. Please give us the real story of your love Makoti not this copy and paste, I’m really interested!

    Adeline

    27 July 2015 • 2:31 pm •
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