Suzan and Solly Nyamane

66 Comments

  1. will only comment about the bridesmaid’s same hairstyle and shoes now that was AYOBA As for the rest will leave it to the experts,love the connection between you and hubby is he xhosa cause that head gear is commonly worn by xhosa poets or chief?

    nwai

    17 May 2010 • 3:18 pm •
  2. I LOVE UAR SMILE MAKOTI & MOKHONYANA I THOUGHT BLACK COLOUR IZ 4 MOURNING BUT HA RETSE U LOOK BEAUTIFUL & CONNECTED, GOD RICHLY BLESS U IN UAR JOUNREY AHEAD, MAY HE GV U DA DESIREES OF UAR HEART, KEEP SMILING 2 EACH OTHER UNTIL U GROW OLD 2GEDER….

    GOD BLESS U EXEEDINGLY….

    SHEILA

    17 May 2010 • 3:22 pm •
  3. Dont know what 2 say as well….but a black wedding i never saw in my life???????

    DM

    17 May 2010 • 3:46 pm •
  4. hmmmmm black n white yah neh…thats a first…

    NancyK

    17 May 2010 • 3:53 pm •
  5. All I can say I wish you all of the Best in your marriage and May the Good Lord Richly Bless You Guys.The wedding was one of the kind, you all looked beautiful though. Thanks for sharing

    Tebogo M

    17 May 2010 • 3:58 pm •
  6. Black and white…quite original and different. Gud luck guys enjoy marriage

    NancyK

    17 May 2010 • 3:58 pm •
  7. this ive never seen, a black wedding! gud luck with everything

    lee

    17 May 2010 • 3:59 pm •
  8. Now that was brave!!! From the peacock dress to the black dresses! Twas like a DARE. I like the decor very much! Congrats on your beautiful wedding

    Fundi

    17 May 2010 • 4:04 pm •
  9. This is purely beautiful, the decor, brides made, your style rock Makoti, I love it.

    Javas

    17 May 2010 • 4:08 pm •
  10. This is mwaah,i like everything here, for the bridemaids to wear similar shoes and jewellery it helps a lot, it avoids sephethephethe(havoc).

    Matshidiso

    17 May 2010 • 4:27 pm •
  11. so feather are an in thing now. yah you look happy and the deco also very nice. well what can i say, you wanted it different. congradulations.

    dk

    17 May 2010 • 4:54 pm •
  12. God’s blessing guys
    you both looked happy on your big day

    theresa

    17 May 2010 • 5:18 pm •
  13. black is not ayoba in a weeding for african people.

    js

    17 May 2010 • 5:56 pm •
  14. i mean really come on suzan i don’t mean to be mean to you but black and white for your theme,i know it’s your choice and whatever but that was not ayoba at all.black and white is suitable for funerals and that’s a fact please. but never the less you look like you enjoyed your day and i wish you and your hubby a very blessed marriage.

    mapeloza

    17 May 2010 • 6:53 pm •
  15. unique ,delightful and quite refreshing.
    Just simply stunning.

    Neo

    17 May 2010 • 9:15 pm •
  16. I love the damask table runners, i just feel u could have added one bright colour to brighten and break the black and white. Otherwise i wish you and your husband many happy returns.

    Tiso

    18 May 2010 • 6:46 am •
  17. Very stylish girl, Bridesmaid they look wow with hairstyle, shoes etc excellent. The decor looks great and neat too.

    Congrats

    Nolly

    18 May 2010 • 7:46 am •
  18. Mhhhh!!! Makoti, black for a wedding I never thought I’ll see that, hey I’ve been trying to find words to say but can’t seem to get them. The peacock decor on the lower part of you Gown is not Ayoba. All I can say is God Bless your wedding.

    Karabo

    18 May 2010 • 8:02 am •
  19. Well, this is something completely different to what I always see! I think you did your own thing your way and I’m sure it worked for you because you guys looked like you had a great time, all I can say is Good Luck and I hope God will guide you in all your marriage endevours.

    MaFlo

    18 May 2010 • 8:06 am •
  20. Where is the ring sisi?

    Mannuku

    18 May 2010 • 8:18 am •
  21. Decor was nice and may the lord be with you guys all the way.

    Vero

    18 May 2010 • 8:27 am •
  22. more pictures pls and where are rings

    kabu

    18 May 2010 • 8:30 am •
  23. I’m not sure what really gets into me… the black dresses, or the head gear or even the fluffy stuff on your dress. Im not sure about the black color…. Maybe i’m too black to see beyond the color black. I don’t even want to comment about the cake…

    Khumo

    18 May 2010 • 8:32 am •
  24. Hai angazi! is this a traditional wedding or western? somebody help me

    jowie

    18 May 2010 • 8:34 am •
  25. Yini manje? I-Black emshwadweni? Is this a traditional wedding or what? The deco is for a traditional wedding, but you have dressed almost western. Black suits & dobs – the groomsmen look like pallbearers. The brides dress is not Ayoba at all – liyathusa kahle-kahle, izinsiba ezingaka!!! The bridemaids dresses are nice, except for the colour. Is the hubby a chief vele?

    Judith

    18 May 2010 • 8:37 am •
  26. Very unique. I like the theme. You seemed very happy. Black…. am not sure. But i think the whole idea was AYOBA!!!!!!!!!

    B

    18 May 2010 • 8:38 am •
  27. Beautiful,nice & simple

    Thuli

    18 May 2010 • 8:42 am •
  28. Tjo tjo tjo, black ko lenyalong, thats not AYOBA…Shooooooooooo what were you thinking

    G

    18 May 2010 • 8:48 am •
  29. I’m not feeling the feathers.
    But the bride maids & groom’s men looked fantastic

    Dee

    18 May 2010 • 9:01 am •
  30. your wedding was unique and full of nature. It is perfect take my word.

    tintswalo

    18 May 2010 • 9:11 am •
  31. aa hleng bathong.

    nnana

    18 May 2010 • 9:23 am •
  32. hai angazi! yaaa ne……. eish! i dont know wat to say cos is the first time i see an all black colour emshadweni

    MZ

    18 May 2010 • 9:47 am •
  33. U almost had it but u missed it.

    2/5 frm me coz of u guys luk genuinely hapi,da ladies luk lovely n da black was unique gamble.

    Good luck in your marital bliss!!!!

    kk

    18 May 2010 • 9:48 am •
  34. MZ giv me ur email i wil send u n black n pink wedding yoh it was da bomb!

    kk

    18 May 2010 • 9:50 am •
  35. This was unique. Yha neeh people can be creative. I luv it but i don’t know about the black colour

    Zanele Mazibuko

    18 May 2010 • 9:51 am •
  36. Different choice of colour…maybe if you has added RED to make it a bit brighter, Congrats!!

    Poshka

    18 May 2010 • 10:06 am •
  37. @ KK

    kindly post them here cos im sure there are many of our bloggers family who wuld luv to see

    MZ

    18 May 2010 • 10:09 am •
  38. Absolutely beautiful lost for words, everything and everyone looked stunning.

    Violetta

    18 May 2010 • 10:14 am •
  39. unique wedding, we tired of pink n purple in weddings. this is ayoba guys i lyk everythng. God bless u

    Aubrey

    18 May 2010 • 10:33 am •
  40. Congratulations to the bride and the groom, wish you all the best in your marriage.
    There is nothing wrong with the black and with wedding, its the in thing now, however it has to be executed right!! all i can say well tried, but always remember that less is more. Over the top can back fire!
    Nwai, the Bmaids hair style are not bad, no comment on the shoes.
    What i was puzzled with, was that the bride had no crow, but the growm did, ai maybe its a traditional thing.
    ADVICE TO ALL THE BRIDES TO BE:
    its very important to invest in a good make up artist, a professional, because its your face that people are going to be looking at, and you dont want to look like you’ve got Vaseline on 3hrs after your make up was applied.
    for free make up advice send me mail @ Enhance_yolook@yahoo.com

    Sematsatsa

    18 May 2010 • 10:41 am •
  41. U have 10/10 vote from me, this is totaly ayoba, and refreshing from the usual colours, people only see nice things if its a urniform, I’m getting married soon and my colours a’r sweetpink and chocolate brown,when I tell people they think the colours a’r to dark esp the brown, my sister u rock and what matters most is that it was u’r day and u made it special in u’r own way,

    kholo

    18 May 2010 • 10:42 am •
  42. But anyway GOD BLESSSSSSSSSSS U.

    anniekie

    18 May 2010 • 10:52 am •
  43. Black and feathers ….what was the inspiration. good luck for the future

    Zuzu

    18 May 2010 • 11:21 am •
  44. Permission n privacy ya da couple obvious.@Kholo ur colours r unique n dangerous n da trick is 2 execute dem beautifully!!!lukn forward 2 cng dat wedding….So admin u moderated da 1st part of my comment,ya ne nna le wena ra lwa nou mara ke sa go rata anyway!!!!!!!!!

    kk

    18 May 2010 • 11:40 am •
  45. Wooooooow! Nice wedding, simple,unique and traditional too! Good luck.
    This is AYOOOOOOOOOOBA.

    Mmatau Mamogobo

    18 May 2010 • 11:54 am •
  46. Congratulations!!!
    A third colour should have been added to neutralise the black which is a bit much although I do not think there is anything wrong in using black as your main colour – I have attended about 2 weddings where bridesmaids wore black dresses but it was not this much – everything black and white

    Khethi

    18 May 2010 • 12:50 pm •
  47. woow woow woow guhs u hav the style. this is 100% ayoba, stay blessed in ur wedding

    maccia

    18 May 2010 • 1:25 pm •
  48. OMG wht is this a funeral makoti you only get married once pls guys at least we learnt something out of this are you really going to show your kids these pictures come on.U were trying to be different bt it backfired black is black and is for funerals period,there so many colours in this world.God Bless

    Isbe

    18 May 2010 • 1:33 pm •
  49. ga re beng fair,diaparo tse ntsho lenyalong ke mehlolo for rena ma afrika,but as long as le le happy modimo ale hlonolofatse

    dorah

    18 May 2010 • 1:56 pm •
  50. @ isbe plz guhs get alife, this beutiful & different ant’t u tired of pink & green weddings? no ways thanx makoti for giving us something different & u KK i always though u hav a gud taste but im disappointed in u.

    maccia

    18 May 2010 • 2:13 pm •
  51. It’s a fact that black and white did it for your wedding..you enjoyed
    that,i like it too.it was a nice colour combinantion you had the guts to put that together in those colours.. it was beautiful..whoever said or told people or originated with the fact that black and white is for the funerals..dare show yoursels somewhere on the papers maybe.. and explain to us who gave you the right to decide on the colours which God gave us to play around with,that this is for that.. This is probably about people s’ beleives and if u beleive that so be it..

    So, to some of us black is not a bad luck colour or whatever colour..it doesn’t do us any injustice,people are free to play around with whatever colour it is as long as it is a good combination and it works.People always have these stigma attatched to things..especially black people

    God bless you lovely Couple it was beautiful..the feathers..the works

    PRUDY

    18 May 2010 • 2:37 pm •
  52. @kk I think I know the wedding you are talking about. Absolutely awesome. The mistake they made here they made it too dark. We needed a bit of bright. . . . . .

    Phumz

    18 May 2010 • 9:40 pm •
  53. sematsatsa lol as for makeup yup that is true atleast now i know who to contact….@KK moderated again my friend hayi shame hotla loka boo..

    nwai

    19 May 2010 • 9:16 am •
  54. Nna mara I think black is an elegant colour, if kept to a minimum for a wedding and well executed.

    Check this link for future inspiration:

    http://soontobemrsgalgano.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/green-with-black-and-white-damask-table-hostess-with-the-mostest.jpg

    Tiso

    19 May 2010 • 10:15 am •
  55. ngubani owayethe u black ngumbala wokuzila plz gyz umona phantsi caba nizakuthsata nini kanti nina? Congrats gal nice theme.

    vava

    19 May 2010 • 11:28 am •
  56. @Maccia, just out of curiosity,on most of your comments you keep saying “guhs”. Is it a slang or what does it mean?

    Dintle

    19 May 2010 • 1:27 pm •
  57. picture 7/14 oh no guys

    karabo

    19 May 2010 • 4:49 pm •
  58. Ijakg!! Wishing you all the best!

    Queen

    19 May 2010 • 7:56 pm •
  59. Modimo a le tlhogonolofatse. Tse dintshi ke maaka!

    ully

    20 May 2010 • 11:21 am •
  60. disciplinary action must be taken here… there is only one Lee we know here, find your own name 2 lee before we can call the police ok””””””””””””””””’
    by the way amasiba sisi amnyama not ayoba
    gud luck anyway

    Oggy

    20 May 2010 • 1:31 pm •
  61. your wedding with black colour was Ayoba
    nice one be blessed

    MA

    21 May 2010 • 11:00 am •
  62. This is what I call class at it’s core. You go girl, I’m impressed with everything wedding dress, brides’maids dresses decor and I mean everything. God Bless

    Boni

    21 May 2010 • 12:03 pm •
  63. if black is for funerals,then why do we have so many people wearing bright colours ko masong.its not about that,if black its ur fvrt colour go ahead use,just make sure that u use it properly and dnt be afraid to ask for help frm the expects.

    sometimes its realy difficult to vision the final product when even is put together on that final day.u dnt wnt to regret any decisions u have already.BE CAREFULL THAT I MEAN.GUD LUCK AND GOD BLESS

    madodos

    28 May 2010 • 3:50 am •
  64. Some people know the meaning of class and how to execute it ,your weddding was unique and the best !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1111111

    Rea

    4 June 2010 • 3:39 pm •
  65. Iv alwys trustd ur judgmnt aunty sue, n i hv 2say…i didnt realy gt d picture wen we 1st spoke abt d theme bt d final touch ws su.pr, very uniq….ma uncle cudnt hv chosen better, u guyz hd alwys bn & wl alwys b AY000000BALECIOUS;-) LAV YA *MXHWAAA*

    MO-GAL

    12 June 2010 • 9:33 pm •
  66. I’m very gr8ful 4 U comments “positive or negative”. God is good, we enjoyed every moment and it was a beautiful day for us. I really appreciate those who responded positively, may the good Lord bless you.

    TY for being so generous, thoughtful and so true.

    Suzan

    14 June 2010 • 9:32 am •