The wedding of Brian & Ouma Malatji

108 Comments

  1. Beautiful and unusual dress wow. Congratulations and may the lord bless. Decor pic’s please.

    Vero

    22 November 2010 • 10:12 am •
  2. Please help me understand what the veil meaning is ,cause this virgin is wearing the veil and is pregnant.And what about the little lion in picture 3.

    zola

    22 November 2010 • 10:31 am •
  3. No comment???????

    Pamza

    22 November 2010 • 10:31 am •
  4. NO COMMENT

    Vuvu

    22 November 2010 • 10:36 am •
  5. All the best Mr & Mrs Malatji. Can you share the Deco Plz…

    Sssssssssss

    22 November 2010 • 10:46 am •
  6. Bathong there was no wedding Planner where is Distrooi wedding My Gosh o paletswe ga ke tlhaloganye gore ke wedding gown ebile ke Tradition talking Small Budget

    zozo

    22 November 2010 • 11:00 am •
  7. Shateeeeeeeee Ouma!! Heei u looked good, I din`t recognise Phana there
    All the best & good luck ka the little one…

    Cza

    C`za

    22 November 2010 • 11:05 am •
  8. I think the dress is just too much, you guys should have celebrated you wedding traditionally…Mixing the western and tradition in one dress is just not ayoba finish and Klaar!

    Pali M

    22 November 2010 • 11:13 am •
  9. congrats

    mmbz

    22 November 2010 • 11:23 am •
  10. oh God!watz wit da dress?makoti kube nje uvele waqhoka a normal white wedding dress yaz and da worst is dat u have a white veil on…

    benele

    22 November 2010 • 11:32 am •
  11. Nice wedding.God bless u

    ML

    22 November 2010 • 11:49 am •
  12. nice wedding

    babygirl

    22 November 2010 • 12:00 pm •
  13. Wat is wat, which one is white n which is traditional, becos they all look the same to me….BOTH TRADITIONAL OCCASIONS….Good luck ba heso ba Malatjie.

    Beauty

    22 November 2010 • 12:01 pm •
  14. Eish makoti you look nice but I must say, the dress, especially on photo 11 looks horrible.
    I wonder why dressmakers are sometimes so snaaks, you cant just be concerned about money even when you see your product is a mess.
    Anyway, beautiful wedding and may the almighty bless you.

    Tebogo

    22 November 2010 • 12:09 pm •
  15. Yhaa!!! No comment

    May the Good Lord continue to blessed you on your marriage.

    Zzz

    22 November 2010 • 12:20 pm •
  16. Where are the pictures of the western wedding and deco? Can you send them also.For these ones no comment.

    Bongi

    22 November 2010 • 12:44 pm •
  17. nice wedding my God bless your reunion

    Thandolwethu

    22 November 2010 • 12:46 pm •
  18. Wow!! Quite unique!

    NJN

    22 November 2010 • 12:48 pm •
  19. Dinoko weeeee, that is sooooooo beautiful I like every thing, o somile Noko wa re hweletsa mosadi o mobotse, o tlo re belegela dinoko tse dingwe noko ga ena nokonyana shateeeeeeeeeeeeee agegegee iiiiuuuuu I wish i was there

    kedi

    22 November 2010 • 12:50 pm •
  20. I love the traditional outfits , perfect.

    DIDI

    22 November 2010 • 12:59 pm •
  21. Yah, Yah, Yah, Yah, Yah…No,no,no,no. He e bathong, keng mo. Iyo

    ginah

    22 November 2010 • 1:01 pm •
  22. Beautiful wedding. Congratulations and wishing the newly weds on a long life together. Wishing you all the happiness and gud luck with the baby… God bless

    Babsi

    22 November 2010 • 1:11 pm •
  23. Picture 03 yini? Yi cleavage na. Big NO. Where is the deco dear? Siyanithokozisa and thanks for sharing.

    BM

    22 November 2010 • 1:12 pm •
  24. I dont understand if this was a western or traditional wedding ..Be blessed

    potoko

    22 November 2010 • 1:22 pm •
  25. Thank you for sharing your wedding pix with us. God bless your union.

    Sghebi

    22 November 2010 • 1:26 pm •
  26. Ok, which one is traditional, which one is western ‘cos I see two traditional weddings here.

    Pearl

    22 November 2010 • 1:52 pm •
  27. Traditional dress with a veil is not Ayoba Please add more pic for decor. May God richly bless you.

    Zipho

    22 November 2010 • 1:53 pm •
  28. was is a traditional or Western Wedding? Congrats

    Smile

    22 November 2010 • 2:25 pm •
  29. Okusalayo you are husband and wife, when is the baby due?

    Cool

    22 November 2010 • 2:33 pm •
  30. congradulations ba ga malatji, may you grow old together.

    Jeanny

    22 November 2010 • 2:57 pm •
  31. The colour combination not ayoba. The blue wedding gown makoti what were you thinking. Both the weddings look traditional so i dont see the western part. Makoti it seems like you borrowed he veil on your dress. But anyway as long as you were happy.

    Libraness

    22 November 2010 • 3:03 pm •
  32. Ijoo!! mara freedom ke ntho enngwe.we no longer stick to the white dress we can choose colours and still look fabulous,Shate!! ya sa reng shate o a duma!!

    mpolo

    22 November 2010 • 3:05 pm •
  33. Batho ha ba sena thjelete ba tlohele, ke dilo mang tse

    nono

    22 November 2010 • 3:09 pm •
  34. no coment

    Mapri

    22 November 2010 • 3:15 pm •
  35. Beautiful I like your combination of “Western ” and african on your wedding dress .Beautiful.
    I would like to see your decor pictures though.

    Congratulations and all the best for everything !

    Cica

    22 November 2010 • 3:20 pm •
  36. Very nice wedding God bless you ,remember until death do us apart…

    sdm

    22 November 2010 • 3:36 pm •
  37. nice and simple

    lebo

    22 November 2010 • 3:43 pm •
  38. lol!

    matiti

    22 November 2010 • 3:48 pm •
  39. You got married while pregnant… thats so sweet!!!

    But I dont see western wedding here, they are all tradional to me – and a vail on a tradinal dress is a NO!! NO!! Western weddings gowns are never mixed with a tradional cloth.

    God bless you

    Tkay

    22 November 2010 • 3:50 pm •
  40. iyo nanawe MRS BLUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    puffy

    22 November 2010 • 3:56 pm •
  41. wonderful wedding! loved the unique wedding dress…makoti and mkhwenyane look blissful together!well done guys and may you be blessed through and through in all that you do together…

    goodthingsonly

    22 November 2010 • 5:21 pm •
  42. What can I say abt this wedding,disaster,disaster,disaster!!!!! Let me start with the
    dress,it looks like different kinds of fabric wrapped around you and held together with pins….its not ayoba sisi….wat were. You thinking?????????? The traditional outfit is even worse!!!!! Otherwise you and your husband look gud together..

    nosipho

    22 November 2010 • 8:29 pm •
  43. nice tradition outfits. Pls send decor and cake pics as well

    dm

    23 November 2010 • 9:16 am •
  44. owwwwkkkk…Congrats

    HotChilli

    23 November 2010 • 9:54 am •
  45. Re bona mehlolo man!!!

    Lahli

    23 November 2010 • 10:25 am •
  46. Yhu!!! I love the dress makoti

    Purah

    23 November 2010 • 10:41 am •
  47. And I guess this was a traditional wedding,right?

    Nomarhewu

    23 November 2010 • 10:47 am •
  48. Speechless, not ayoba at all.

    Mabistos

    23 November 2010 • 10:47 am •
  49. Congratulations! Confusing, confusing though. Which part was Western here and which was traditional? I don’t like what I see. Tried to be unique but failed dismally and I hope you are still happy with yor choice. Traditional white dress still does it for western style and makes the bride stand out in the crowd….can’t say much about this Seshoeshoe-ball gown.

    Mommy

    23 November 2010 • 10:51 am •
  50. mara why ye, why .do you know that you get married once? unless ofcourse other wise. some people do not have taste maaaaaaaaan. if don’t know if your dress is coming or going. My friend mangubo is getting married next month and i hope she is not going to do this disaster……………..Amanda ngi ya boniswa na bawo….

    palebaby

    23 November 2010 • 11:25 am •
  51. different strokes for different fokes

    luux

    23 November 2010 • 12:37 pm •
  52. Hi, I jus need to find out where this excuisite wedding was held. The venue where photo number 7 was taken

    Poppy Mofolo

    23 November 2010 • 12:52 pm •
  53. WOW. the wedding looked beautiful. Makoti and Mokgwenyana take care of each respect and trust goes a long. may God Bless your marriage. i’m not sure about the western wedding it more tradition still. the gown stunning and traditional outfits stunning.WOW!!!

    DEEDEE

    23 November 2010 • 1:09 pm •
  54. Eish Makoti, you should have chosen one thing, traditional or white wedding, ure dress was not ayoba at all, you should have tried better than that, may the Lord bless you in ure wedding.

    Leera

    23 November 2010 • 2:24 pm •
  55. no comment congrats

    zazagabo

    23 November 2010 • 3:01 pm •
  56. Go rata go ba different go tla go segisha ka batho. All I can say is God bless your union. No further comment.

    The one

    23 November 2010 • 3:34 pm •
  57. Ur ‘western wedding’ dress looks a bit too brave for me but it was different & unique. Love ur tradition. Congrats on the baby on the way & ur wedding looks unique & simple. Congrats guys…

    Tools

    23 November 2010 • 4:46 pm •
  58. I like the tradition worn by the two magogos in pic 8

    Nonee

    23 November 2010 • 6:13 pm •
  59. YOU GUYS LOOK STUNNING, GOD BLESS YOU ON YOUR MARRIAGE, DON’T FORGET TO PUT GOD IN EVERYTHING YOU DO,

    TAKALANI

    23 November 2010 • 8:07 pm •
  60. Congrats on ur wedding and May God bless u.I shall also reserve my comments!

    Lil Mama

    23 November 2010 • 8:12 pm •
  61. beatiful wedding, Modimo a le hlonolofatse a le godishe mo lenyalong la lona

    JJ

    24 November 2010 • 6:42 am •
  62. Traditional wedding dress & a veil? never seen that one before! anyway congrats & God bless

    Blessos

    24 November 2010 • 10:21 am •
  63. Jooo! mara God Bless you.

    Sebela

    24 November 2010 • 11:48 am •
  64. AOWA RURI KE MOROKO MANG BATHONG.

    Snoppy

    24 November 2010 • 12:16 pm •
  65. Were are the decor pictures?Congatulations may the almighty bless and protect you and you children in JESUS name Amen!!

    mmabo

    24 November 2010 • 12:40 pm •
  66. Aowa! no,no,no,the bride’s dress look like the table cloth, trying to incoporate tradition and western is a no,no .Sorry but it looks like cheap and bad,if you want a traditional wedding you should have done one in REAL TRADITIONAL OUTFITS.

    vio

    24 November 2010 • 12:58 pm •
  67. LMAO,your comments are really cracking me.@Zola yhane you saw a lil lion in pic 3

    Kulio

    24 November 2010 • 3:38 pm •
  68. all i can say is…i jus like the dude on the pic…brother man looking HOT! i wonder if he is married?

    Nthabiseng

    24 November 2010 • 3:48 pm •
  69. Ekse Mabringo, Well done baba. This is so inspirational, nevermind batho ba jealous (Mona), let them keep talking. This is definately a good move. Tweede!!!!

    Mpho Lebepe

    25 November 2010 • 7:49 am •
  70. No comment,God bless…

    Nwai

    25 November 2010 • 8:28 am •
  71. Babsi now we see why you were trying to critisise Dipuo’s wedding, was it really becuase of this one, aowa my dear a re gane ke ngwaneno but ge a paletswe o paletswe, this is so bad it looks more like manyalwana a ko sekolong where we steal our granny’s dresses and use them for the wedding play. e ke the different taste of the year LOL!!!!!!!!

    Maybe you were just joking Makoti, please send the real wedding pictures.

    KN

    25 November 2010 • 11:10 am •
  72. i saw this dress somewhere ka pink and brown shweshwe design ko this guy wa rokang ko Schoeman, copy and paste my dear doesn’t help my dear.that lady in pink one looked stunning in it but wena eish, you should have asked for a different parttern.

    KN

    25 November 2010 • 11:14 am •
  73. NO COMMENT CONGRATS

    Grace

    25 November 2010 • 12:21 pm •
  74. If you don’t have money please stick one theme and don’t to mix tradition with western culture shooooooooooooo bathong.
    the bride you need to do some facials. what I know make up boost people lke you.

    Peter Ndobe

    25 November 2010 • 2:21 pm •
  75. Makoti you could have done better, anyway congratulations guys may you enjoy your marriage.

    Lindi

    25 November 2010 • 4:55 pm •
  76. gud luck on your marriage, makoti you should have gone traditional straight not mix its disturbing.

    mpumi

    26 November 2010 • 8:56 am •
  77. @ VIO. Please, le se ke la sola tseo batho ba di dirileng. that was the best they could do. nyalwa o dire tsa gago re bone. Modimo a be le bone leratong la bona re ya ba lebogisha

    Molwelamahwithi

    26 November 2010 • 1:08 pm •
  78. OMG

    mina

    29 November 2010 • 7:34 am •
  79. Admin u mixed pictures hey??…..one mistake…..realegapa….To Mr and Mrs Malatji am speechless honestly…..I wish you all of the Best in your marriage and May the Good Lord Richly Blesses You!! thanks for sharing…..

    TbgM

    29 November 2010 • 4:20 pm •
  80. umhle sis Ouma… i like you! & may the good Lord bless your marriage!

    lee

    30 November 2010 • 12:21 pm •
  81. heheehe!!! ja ne, go sepela ke go dibona.

    MERSH T

    30 November 2010 • 2:07 pm •
  82. mina angeke ngashada ngipregnant its not ayoba at all. i wanna look beautiful and energetic on my wedding day with no buns.as if 9 mts ayipheli.it just showa that there was no planning here.

    MZ

    30 November 2010 • 3:50 pm •
  83. Beautiful wedding God Bless

    Thabang

    1 December 2010 • 12:16 pm •
  84. eish i don’t understand, is this the same wedding, same person or what, eish there is a lot of bo makoti here with different dresses, but same wedding picture blog..tltltltl..please correct me if i’m wrong, maybe it’s just my computer giving me funny things hey,

    otherwise how many times did makoti change??? sho!!

    Pruddy

    1 December 2010 • 2:12 pm •
  85. Jo nnaweee…basadi!!!!!

    Pruddy

    1 December 2010 • 2:18 pm •
  86. is this a combination of white and traditional wedding?

    lulu

    1 December 2010 • 2:47 pm •
  87. Kulio & Zola where is the little lion? i didnt see it?

    keke

    1 December 2010 • 3:37 pm •
  88. this is all so confusing. who many brides?

    keke

    1 December 2010 • 3:41 pm •
  89. eish, ga ke kweshishe gore go diregalang mo. Any way bo makoti may the good Lord bless you in your marriage.

    KG

    1 December 2010 • 4:04 pm •
  90. IM CONFUSED!!!!!

    sturra

    2 December 2010 • 8:08 am •
  91. Ouma , is this a curtain or a bed spread combined together or what.inspirationj behind this?

    maggs

    2 December 2010 • 3:57 pm •
  92. im speechless

    Sghebi

    6 December 2010 • 10:51 am •
  93. i think we must stick to old white wedding,itis nice you will never go wrong good luck makoti that was your choice

    mayoyo

    6 December 2010 • 4:22 pm •
  94. I cannot comment cause I am not sure who makoti is here!! Whose wedding is it anyway???

    Nonos

    8 December 2010 • 1:24 pm •
  95. i blv that people get married for rite reasons bt the theme is nt on at all sorry dear bt u shud have shopped around im ,sure there r reasonable wedding planners out there.

    sho im really confused!!!!!!!

    me miself & i

    9 December 2010 • 10:07 am •
  96. lady u beautiful, your dress is beautiful, u have a man who saw it worthy to marry and make you the mother of his children. God bless u and ur whole family & the expected baby. All horrible comments are people who are just jealous and nobody wants to marry them.

    basani

    9 December 2010 • 10:22 am •
  97. AOWA MAAN PLS DECIDE GORE LE BATLA DIROKO TSE TSWEU O RE WAT.DIS COMBINATION YA TRADITIONAL MATERIALS N LACE OR WATEVR DEY CAL IT IS NOT NYS SHUUUUU KE YA GANA…

    The k-fever!

    15 December 2010 • 2:19 pm •
  98. gante ke lenyalo la mang? im very confused! who is the couple on top.

    SandyQ

    20 December 2010 • 2:13 pm •
  99. Thats nice that is love people. Ayoba Ayobaness ke lona le lerato!

    Achuza

    3 January 2011 • 3:02 pm •
  100. I must say I’m really confused, how many weddings took place on this day?

    Honeybee

    6 January 2011 • 2:40 pm •
  101. i am so in love with your wedding dress, the design and colour combination. my favourite colour is blue. u r so beautiful and nice wedding too.wish u happiness and God bless you. this is Heavens plan

    Christy

    14 January 2011 • 10:35 am •
  102. Mosese o neh man o kare wa Matric Dance

    Popzo

    14 January 2011 • 3:53 pm •
  103. CONGARDULATIONS NO UR WEDDING GUYS, MARA O SHAEDITSE MAKOTI BIG MISTAKE VERY BIG ABOUT UR DRESS

    lerato

    18 January 2011 • 4:05 pm •
  104. well done my sister ur wedding was well planned , when is time to wear purlpe even the decor change to purple , i wonder how much u’ve spent and how much u are left with.

    MAG'D

    25 January 2011 • 9:51 am •
  105. There are 2 couples’ wedding pictures here…was that the plan? hantle hantle Brian le ouma ke bafeng- purple or blue?

    Monei

    26 January 2011 • 9:46 am •
  106. i think the dress is beautiful, it unique, i love the color combination and the desighn, how ever she should have lost the veil and replain on the head

    JJ

    22 February 2011 • 4:15 pm •
  107. Congrants my neighbours Brian & Makoti wa gago, u guyz looked stunning on your special day.

    Tshepo Motsisi

    22 July 2011 • 11:36 am •
  108. WOW GREAT WEDDING, I LIKE THE DECOR AND DRESS

    SHIRLEY TEBELE

    22 July 2011 • 7:51 pm •