Wedding of Thakankwe and Baatseba Mphahlele

68 Comments

  1. Bathong where did the wedding take place? Anyway God Bless you

    Shamaeza

    2 November 2010 • 12:54 pm •
  2. Thanks 4 sharing!!!!

    vhonani

    2 November 2010 • 1:30 pm •
  3. Wow beautiful……

    Florence

    2 November 2010 • 1:33 pm •
  4. NICE WEDDING GIRL, WHERE IS THE DECOR ? JEALOUS DOWN BATHO BA NORTH LE KHAKETSE. WHERE DOES VUVUZELAS FIT IN ? PIC 10 VERY PRETTY.

    CONGRATS GIRL ?

    Dineo

    2 November 2010 • 1:38 pm •
  5. Beautiful and god bless.

    Vero

    2 November 2010 • 1:38 pm •
  6. your wedding was beautful sisi .your dress .your hair is just perfect.may god bless your marriage.

    ohlekayo

    2 November 2010 • 1:40 pm •
  7. lol

    keke

    2 November 2010 • 1:49 pm •
  8. Why o re ropa???? More photos pls

    Tebogo Mmotlana

    2 November 2010 • 2:22 pm •
  9. haibo the pictures arent gud, post better pictures. the wedding looks interesting but the pictures do something

    mpumi

    2 November 2010 • 2:24 pm •
  10. iyoh di colour tsa go rasa soo.cldnt u hav da attiire ak a bit quiet colour or @lst go 4 zulu attire coz clearly hubby ke mozulu.

    k-fever!

    2 November 2010 • 2:37 pm •
  11. MAY DA ALMIGHTY GOD KEEP SHOWERING U WITH MORE & MORE BLESSINGS.

    sheila kgatle

    2 November 2010 • 2:52 pm •
  12. this is confusing,i can c ur decor is traditional and i think the white dress is not in line with the deco unless,if there was another deco for white wedding in another tent.May God bless ur marriage and have a lovely marriage life

    Snoppy

    2 November 2010 • 3:01 pm •
  13. Another one from Limpopo halala…. god bless your union

    mremza

    2 November 2010 • 3:02 pm •
  14. Nice wedding gown and May God bless u.Pic 1:the groom’s man could have put on some lotion on the knees before wearing the beshu…lol…hei maoto a maputswa!!!

    @Mpumi…I mean what she’s going to do about the pics…at least we can see something!

    Lil Mama

    2 November 2010 • 3:20 pm •
  15. the wedding is ayaba. more pic pls my sister ka ur nice dress plz. may God Bless u nd ur family.mis u sis.

    Rebeditsoe Lilly Tem

    2 November 2010 • 3:21 pm •
  16. I always love traditional weddings so this is really nice for me. Good luck on your marriage.

    MaFlo

    2 November 2010 • 3:23 pm •
  17. nice wedding lol

    hluli

    2 November 2010 • 3:43 pm •
  18. Beautiful wedding indeed, I love your tradition ausi. I wish you all of the Best in your marriage and may the Good Lord Richly Bless You, thanks for sharing.

    TbgM

    2 November 2010 • 4:08 pm •
  19. You look beautiful Makoti. Congratulations.

    Maileer

    2 November 2010 • 6:15 pm •
  20. Nicely done congrats

    zazagabo

    3 November 2010 • 8:33 am •
  21. ai!what can 1 say?as long as they r hapi

    onthatile

    3 November 2010 • 9:53 am •
  22. Nice but dipicture di a shota I don’t see clearly to comment further.

    SWEETY

    3 November 2010 • 9:58 am •
  23. More pics please, the bridemaids dressed are not nice at all, but koti’s dress is stunning and her unique hairstyle. Good Looking couple more pics dear please.
    Wishing u everlasting joy, peace, happiness, love and God’s protection!

    zeee

    3 November 2010 • 10:26 am •
  24. oh i love ur wedding dress its so elegent al de best 2 ur wedding god bless u nd ur hubbby

    betty

    3 November 2010 • 10:44 am •
  25. DIS WEDDING WAS NICE MAY GOD RICHLY BLESS UR MARRIAGE

    MELADI

    3 November 2010 • 10:50 am •
  26. Hai, lenyalo ka nnete le teng ko Limpopo. The men there commit goet e seng ga nyane. The majority of the weddings on this website are from there. Guess I know where to go since I’m looking for a husband, I’ll surelly find one there in no time!

    you guyz looked nice. Welldone and God Bless.

    N N

    3 November 2010 • 10:59 am •
  27. sho, i am lost of words any way good luck….

    palebaby

    3 November 2010 • 11:24 am •
  28. Beautiful wedding gown as for the rest…not ayoba-the traditional part of the wedding looks like a play yako Theater or some cultural village.

    May the good Lord bless your wedding…

    Tkay

    3 November 2010 • 11:34 am •
  29. More pics pls.

    bulie

    3 November 2010 • 11:37 am •
  30. nice wedding God bless both of you

    koketso

    3 November 2010 • 11:59 am •
  31. beautiful dress nice fit for your body god bless….hola vuvuzela!

    Nwai

    3 November 2010 • 12:17 pm •
  32. Yellow vuvuzela!!!!

    Bongz

    3 November 2010 • 2:06 pm •
  33. NICE WEDDING, KE NYAKA LENYALO NNA!

    Amogelang

    3 November 2010 • 2:19 pm •
  34. pls advince how to plan simple and perfect wedding including colour combination ,how you should smile and ect pls lol’s

    hluli

    3 November 2010 • 3:03 pm •
  35. roko ya gago e botse makoti, le padile fela ka tradition. God bless u.

    chorus makhafola

    3 November 2010 • 5:34 pm •
  36. yo! hle bathong, batho ba ko lempopo le ka pink, but anyway god bless you and your man

    baby

    3 November 2010 • 5:34 pm •
  37. Nice wedding and may God bless ur marriage.

    @Pic 1:groomsman…..”nice moisturised” knees!!

    Lil mama

    3 November 2010 • 6:39 pm •
  38. I do not bealive that this platform was meant for critisism. If you do not have anything nise to say bantu benkosi yekelani ukuxheka abantu ngento yabo enhle abafinyelele ukuyenza. Anyway your wedding was beautiful and umakoti was so pretty nonkhwenyana wakhe and everybody else on the pictures. Nina abomonase thumelani ezeni izithombe sibone ukuthi ningenza ngono na.

    MATHEMBIS

    4 November 2010 • 5:32 am •
  39. Yoh ayike No comments

    Makwela

    4 November 2010 • 7:37 am •
  40. This was a beatiful wwedding, espc the traditional one. But where is the reception, guests, groom’s maids? You’ve got too many bride’s maids. Eish the bushes behind you are scary. Looks like someone may appear from there and harm you beautiful lady… The photographer is a learner maybe, its ok you are both looking lovely, you are beatiful makoti… God Bless!!

    Nana

    4 November 2010 • 9:44 am •
  41. Now Pics please

    Vuvu

    4 November 2010 • 9:56 am •
  42. i’ve never seen sumthing like this, the truth will set you free i wont lie this is more like a party of a 3 year old baby………..no decor, nothing kantu ninjani bantu base N1. i wolrd cup was in June/July emshadweni ifunani ivuvuzela

    Nompumelelo

    4 November 2010 • 10:30 am •
  43. beautiful wedding girl god bless your wedding

    thato

    4 November 2010 • 4:32 pm •
  44. those bridemaids where they hungry kapa ke bobe ba bona ba batlile ba ruina dipicucture forgetin that they are just here to help!!!!

    patz

    4 November 2010 • 4:34 pm •
  45. nice…

    mayoyo

    5 November 2010 • 9:17 am •
  46. Beautiful weeding . Congratulations and God bless you.

    DIDI

    5 November 2010 • 11:23 am •
  47. I love ur Dress! my sister very nice

    Thabang

    5 November 2010 • 12:55 pm •
  48. BEAUTIFUL DRESS N HAIR 🙂

    Faith

    5 November 2010 • 2:32 pm •
  49. u wedding is ayoba,batho ba bangwe aba tsebe ditradition tsa diculture tse dingwe.Tradition ye keya sepedi the original one no matter gore color ke ebjang the design it always be the same.this leopart thing batho ba gesho is not for zulu fela leka sepedi e gona but it difer 4rom ya sezulu sumwhr, sumhw.batho a batsebe gore ba nyakang eng they always complaining about the color,too bright too dull.

    mamai

    6 November 2010 • 7:07 am •
  50. Nice , God bless you on your matrimony

    Mpho Mphahlele

    8 November 2010 • 12:46 pm •
  51. the dress looks very cheap im sorry but its true we really need to save for weddings guys no no no anyway uThixo anisikelele!

    Zaza

    9 November 2010 • 12:36 pm •
  52. Please the cake where did it come from honestly everybody wants to know.

    zola

    9 November 2010 • 1:49 pm •
  53. ka sepedi re apara makgeswa, nt those things da guys are wearing….hlompang segagaborena hle mmamphahlele

    baby no.1

    9 November 2010 • 1:56 pm •
  54. zola! where is the cake? I looked and I can’t find anything resembling a wedding cake!!

    Nonos

    9 November 2010 • 3:33 pm •
  55. halala!!tradition is so ayoba,God bless u.

    princess

    10 November 2010 • 2:26 pm •
  56. congra!!! may God bless youve a done a very good thing halala limpopo
    le a nyala(marriage is a blessing)

    nyanku

    11 November 2010 • 9:38 am •
  57. Simple & nice weedding makoti look ayoba people must know that we have different taste dont critises others peoples work because it is what they like

    Lady D

    11 November 2010 • 10:52 am •
  58. Zaza the wedding gown! (not the dress) is nice what do you want. I wish you all the best Mr & Mrs Mphahlele

    DiNhleks

    12 November 2010 • 11:56 am •
  59. To ZAZA , I don’t c anything cheap about the dress . You are so rude its unbelievable.
    as long as the couple enjoyed their day , and as for me i think it was a nice wedding. Jealous Down 2 ZAZA maybe you are not even married by the sound of your name.

    DIDI

    12 November 2010 • 3:25 pm •
  60. The wife looks beautiful, in life not everyone will approve of what you see good. But as said where is the cake Mamphahlele? Enjoy the blissfull marriage and cast all your fears to the Lord 🙂

    Tsoana

    16 November 2010 • 3:48 pm •
  61. What is that pink thing on the head? no,no she looks beautiful but the pink thing is distructing .

    vio

    18 November 2010 • 12:10 pm •
  62. jealous down…ngwana ko gae…o botse kudukudu

    Tshepiso

    19 November 2010 • 2:25 pm •
  63. I believe makoti is a big fan of flowers. Flower on her head and flower on the dress. Truly distructing

    Babsi

    22 November 2010 • 2:57 pm •
  64. oooh sisi dats wat we call natural beauty, enjoy dnt forget kuyanyamezelwa noba kubi

    diseb

    1 December 2010 • 10:40 am •
  65. BEST WEEDING EVER, LE BOTSANA,

    Tarfara

    3 December 2010 • 4:04 pm •
  66. hami khensisa mi sasekile.

    basani

    9 December 2010 • 11:37 am •
  67. Bjale vuvuzela e nyakang lenyalong,ao.Was it part of the entertainment…hmmmmm suit e white le dieta tsa gona.May God bless you bagageso…I like the dress

    Stone

    9 December 2010 • 4:34 pm •
  68. Mokgaga wa baka jwanong o dira mara? O dia jwang, Ke style man!

    Achuza

    3 January 2011 • 3:17 pm •