though pics are a bit fuzzy but it looks like it was a nice day, and honestly speaking you can never go wrong nge traditional wedding shame beautiful…
oooh my Dear, u looked beautiful, i know some vile bloggers will crucify u ka yo photo quality, dont mind them because whateva is here is NYYYYYYYYYCCCCCC!GOD BLESS
eh ehh…. mmmm… haaiii
clearly Mokhwenyana and Makoti dont know that there fotos are posted here.
Whoever posted these pic wanted us to something, but Im still not getting the “picture”, its like the photographer was standing very far away and was zooming in to capture banyadi without knowing.
But otherwise… the table setting looked good for a traditional wedding, but ne go jelwa eng mo di bowls? soup coz it a winter wedding?
the pictures are not clear. am sure on ur white wedding you are going to use a professional photographer. and on lots of photos i dont know whats happening, can someone clarify me pls
Congrats guys – bare lebitla la mosadi ke bogadi
I like the decor. Nice Traditional Wedding.
THOLAKELE AND ZWELI PLS TELL US HOW YOU MET.
I guess this is what we call umembeso in Zulu. The deco is nice
beutiful deco guys , i love the colours .
Nice decor and congratulations.
may the almighty bless uar wedding until death seperate u.
Makoti you look nice with your Zulu tradition.
Decor I dont know, no comment
I LYK THE DECOR, BEAUTIFUL. ONLY 1 OR 2 FOTO’S OF URSELF AND UR HUBBY. THE REST IS ABO MAGOGO. ITS UR DAY U MUST HAVE MORE FOTO’S K. GOOD LUCK.
i think the Diba’s didnt send this fotos somebody else did cos they wuld have sent proper fotos of themselves
I’m not sure, but this doesn’t look like a wedding deco. It looks like a supper table setting for winter.
i love the colours and the decor. the soup bowls may be use if they were serving soup as a starter or if they were for decorative purposes.
You go Khumo!! but it looks beautifull though.
Guys let’s not get excited I think what is happening here is not a wedding. This is umembeso. I think in Xhosa it’s what they call ukwemukelwa Kwabakhwenyana. It says on top there that it is the Traditional wedding. Well some people refer to emembeso as the traditional wedding. @Pearl the old women that you see there are the people abazombeswa and the umembeso is not perfect without them. Makoti please assist me here, please confirm what I am assuming or if the photos were posted by someone else please assist
Really i dont understand what’s happening. maybe if you can send us more pic. Congratulations!!!!
I agree with you Khumo. Anyone can do that.
Congradulation Mr and Mrs Diba. Enjoy the journey.
THE TRADITIONAL WEDDING IS LOVELY MAY YOU GUYS BE HAPPY TOGETHER
Ya even in our culture i think ne go tlhabelwa bakgonyana.which is often reffered to as da traditional wedding…Pls Mrs Diba if u sent this fotos pls send more coz this is very poorly done.Khumo im with you on dat table.it looks like a dinner table setting at a game lodge.n why da serving dishes on da table?some freindly advice to future brides pls get sum1 2 control ur crowd,coz u get ppl dancing in front od couple n messing uop da fotos n video.
Other than those complaints makoti u looked nys in ur Zulu attire,cant help but be jealous!(as a future zulu bride).hubby le ena luks very handsome in his attire n magogo wil b warm during winter wit dat cumfy blanket!!!
lol @ comfy blanket but true..
Gone go “tlhabiswa bakgonyana” which presently is an equivalent of a traditional wedding. Others make it all glam, while others just end up being like Mr & Mrs Diba’s.
Congrats and all the best with your marriage.
Congratulations to the couple. Not bad at all.
Absolutely stunning deco. All the best
Makoti and Mokgwenyana little of you here kante keng mara hee??? and repeatition of decor which is nice anyway but what about you instead u posted gogos and kids ao pls guys
Congratulations guys 🙂
I know this people from Thokoza, I don’t think makoti paste this photos, You can tell by looking at the photos that this person was stealing.
black and white deco is ayoba the rest il kip to myself…….