The most memorable was when we exchanged the vows.
We had to go attend a traditional ceremony after the wedding, we are planning to go end of Jan 2018.
The dress was made by Adde Creations, a mix of a formal white wedding gown, mixed with a traditional piece, navy blue in colour. With white high heel shoes. Make-up by a friend Nwabisa from Cape Town. Silky hair piece by my cousin Nosisi. Jewellery by American Swiss. Neck piece matching the navy blue by Nwabisa. Overall beautiful look indeed.
In D'Almeida, Mossel Bay. The guest could not stay the night we had to travel for the traditional ceremony.
The most aspect I watched the most was eating, as I did not want any weight gain and struggle with the dress. I did manage to maintain my weight reasonably well, I did not struggle at all with the dress. I also sis self maintain the beauty and other aspects in relation to that.
The Decor had a mix of white and navy-blue draping and table settings. The flowers were also arranged in white and navy-blue. Unfortunately we missed the lighting arrangements as the lighting guys were not found on the last minute.
The groom wore a navy-blue suit from Edgars, the gents khaki chinos and white tops, also from Edgars.
The bridesmaids wore blue dresses made by Adde creations.
Pastor Mthunzi Tokota
Spitch Photographers. We took a lot of photos at the Mossel Bay Museum.
We did everything ourselves.
We were transported in a Toyota Fortuner by a family friend. Everyone else used their cars, no other special arrangements.
JDL Printing in George.
We did not really have a party, we had to travel on the same day. We did have some dancing thought. No organized DJ or live band.