Wedding of Fathima and Jaafir

43 Comments

  1. the bride is beautiful, may god bless both of you

    siphiwe

    19 August 2010 • 2:30 pm •
  2. No comment nice wedding that is all I can say. May when time goes on I’ll say something. MORE PICTURES PLS.

    SWEETY

    19 August 2010 • 2:51 pm •
  3. god bless you…

    Nwai

    19 August 2010 • 3:03 pm •
  4. Beautiful indeed. I like the combination of their tradition.

    SweetP

    19 August 2010 • 3:29 pm •
  5. may God keep u both hapi forever endlessly…………

    sheila kgatle

    19 August 2010 • 3:56 pm •
  6. Haai, the dress is not ayobalicious…

    Tiso

    19 August 2010 • 4:10 pm •
  7. Yaaa neeh is their culture,nice wedding but those hands eish.God bless you

    nan

    19 August 2010 • 4:54 pm •
  8. makoti ur hands mhh. i dont knw if its culture or what but i dont like them.actualy they are scary

    MZ

    19 August 2010 • 4:55 pm •
  9. Salhamalikom….eish so many flowers? Wow the bride is beautifull (most indians are beautifull) and the art on the hands:)is nice, though the ring is no more visible. May Allah bless you.

    Boss

    19 August 2010 • 6:01 pm •
  10. Wow , you guys look great , God Bless

    Sasa

    20 August 2010 • 6:35 am •
  11. Nice wedding your hands makoti if is ur culture is too much, the dress is not ayoba. God bless you.

    nana

    20 August 2010 • 8:40 am •
  12. This is one example of a very nice and simple wedding, without too many complications.I like picture 9, it shows a very inviting venue and I wish God can bless you guys and give many more happy years together.

    MaFloza

    20 August 2010 • 8:47 am •
  13. nice one guys,Gog bless you

    zaza

    20 August 2010 • 8:56 am •
  14. nice one guys, God bless you

    zaza

    20 August 2010 • 8:59 am •
  15. Your hands was nicely done and yes it’s culture. Please add more pics.

    Sexy

    20 August 2010 • 8:59 am •
  16. WISH YOU ALL THE BEST!

    mayoyo

    20 August 2010 • 9:02 am •
  17. Beuatiful wedding,May God bless your marriage.Interesting art work there..hands a bit scary for me.

    beke

    20 August 2010 • 11:01 am •
  18. Culture and tradition well maintained.

    Fundi

    20 August 2010 • 11:55 am •
  19. I think what is in those hands have meaning.

    What does it mean? Wish someone who knows gives us an answers

    I’m asking this becuase our kids nowadays attend schools with whites and Indians. What if my son oneday comes with an Indian girl and introduce her as his future wife.

    I think it’s time that we try and start learning some of the things espcecially of different cultures rather than critisizing. and for the Flowers and deco No black person no matter how professional she/he may be can compete with Indians when it comes to that, that is their field.

    liz

    20 August 2010 • 12:38 pm •
  20. well planned.nice and beautiful. im so happy 4 you i wish i culd have such a wedding too but im not indian!

    lulu

    20 August 2010 • 1:04 pm •
  21. Sjoe

    The one

    20 August 2010 • 1:44 pm •
  22. The hand paintings are called Henna or Mehndi different designs represent diffrent things, such as Health Fertility Wisdom just to name a few

    Lola

    20 August 2010 • 2:36 pm •
  23. Yeah…simple nice wedding complimented by the tradition too.May God bless u.
    Fathima…..like ur henna gal!!!

    Lil Mama

    20 August 2010 • 6:27 pm •
  24. Makoti you look great! nice wedding indeed!

    Mabee

    21 August 2010 • 9:11 am •
  25. i know that the hands art is culture,and its not too much thats how is done.as for the explanaition i saw on tv ‘whose weddings is it anyways’ that somewhere in that drawing the is the husband’s name and he must find it on the nite of the wedding day,before they u know what!! or something like that………….

    madodos

    21 August 2010 • 2:28 pm •
  26. nice wedding indeed.well planned and all… can someone tell me how to make those tattoos

    comfy

    22 August 2010 • 8:45 am •
  27. @Liz, the art on the hands is called Henna nd it as tradition as well as religious for Muslim brides. The henna artist hides groom’s name somewhere on the bride’s hands nd he has to find it during their first night together!

    Dubaidiva

    22 August 2010 • 5:45 pm •
  28. The flowers on the main picture are a hot mess, yellow, white, green, orange and red, to top it all the flowers are fake, so @ Liz, i dont understand your last statement…(and for the Flowers and deco No black person no matter how professional she/he may be can compete with Indians when it comes to that, that is their field.)

    Tiso

    23 August 2010 • 7:36 am •
  29. nice and symple! and it looks cost effective…lovely and good luck to the newly weds

    Joy

    23 August 2010 • 9:37 am •
  30. All the best. you look good

    Azwie

    23 August 2010 • 4:34 pm •
  31. Liz you are so wrong, we blacks decorates better than Indians, and we use “Fresh” flowers not plastic or fake.

    Boss

    24 August 2010 • 10:28 am •
  32. nice

    mamo

    24 August 2010 • 3:10 pm •
  33. Admin this is not on we need to see latest weddings aowa bathong…

    Nwai

    25 August 2010 • 8:52 am •
  34. comment pending!!!!!!!

    lulu

    25 August 2010 • 12:25 pm •
  35. congratulations

    lola

    26 August 2010 • 8:40 am •
  36. Congratulations guys 🙂

    Nana

    26 August 2010 • 12:36 pm •
  37. people should just stop critizing and enjoy the beauty of different culture, whether it is nice or not it’s her culture.

    RCM

    31 August 2010 • 3:02 pm •
  38. Jooooo Eastern Mosaic – no comment.

    Tkay

    1 September 2010 • 4:20 pm •
  39. yooooo the wedding gown,aowa o lahlile side madame …and the flowers its like ke dikgari….further more i reserve my comments…

    2mee-Tumi

    10 September 2010 • 2:40 pm •
  40. It is sad how indians are part of this population and people do not know much about them. I know for a fact that sometimes in SA, indians are isolated group of individuals, thus it become difficult to mingle with them. However, I think people should not have started by sort of criticizing but to take an opportunity to learn about indian’s weddings. I spent 7 months in India (I am a girl, black by the way), although I can say for sure that Indians in India are different from Indians in SA, I learned a lot about this culture.

    Fathima and Jaafir, to me your wedding was great. Jaafir is pretty and you cover photo is romantic. The drawings are superb!!! I am not sure if the gown is part of your culture though, because I saw people wearing Saree for wedding in tempels. The colour yes, although I was going to add few more! Have a lovely marriage and let God be with you!!!!

    Als

    14 September 2010 • 8:37 pm •
  41. beautiful dress indeed,exquisite.the bride looks good.i just did not like the fowers,especialy red?aowa, even if its romantic but there must be harmony in colours,culture of nie

    Thil

    21 September 2010 • 11:26 pm •
  42. thanks to your wedding was nice.we can learn one or two thimgs about other cultures.

    mami

    22 September 2010 • 3:37 pm •
  43. bathong,de flowers,ke eng ka the groom with a black suit lo aowa hle!easten mosaic

    matiti

    22 February 2011 • 2:06 pm •