Monde and Nothando’s Beautiful Umembeso Celebration

Monde and Nothando’s Beautiful Umembeso Celebration

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Morning Precious Ones! I hope 2017 is treating you well thus far. I’m working on opening an online store with products I know you’ll love. I was hoping to have it all set up by now. Because I’m doing it all myself (learning how to set it all up) it’s taken a little longer than I thought. I’ll let you know the outcome of it soon.Umembeso | South African wedding blog blog with wedding tips for the cultured brideUmembeso |  African wedding tips

Every time I find out someone reads my blog I feel such joy I could leap. Nothando is one of my readers and I’m so excited to share her Umembeso celebration today.Umembeso | South African wedding blog Umembeso | South African wedding blog Umembeso celebrations are by far the most colourful, vibrant and fun do’s anyone could ever attend or experience. Monde and Nothando celebrated their Umembeso at home in a lavishly decorated tent with gorgeous pojies as the centrepieces for their tables (nice little idea to steal).

Their love story goes way back to high school. After three years of dating Monde proposed marriage. However, Nothando wanted to graduate first and build a career before such a big commitment (wise decision). Plus, they had a sweet little blessing to get to know before planning their umembeso celebration. So they chose to wait until the right time. And I’m glad they did. Sometimes waiting till you’re ready is the best option. I’ve realised you can’t please everyone just do what makes you HAPPY! That way both you and your partner will keep your sanity.

Advice For Brides Planning Umembeso Celebrations

Years don’t matter. Just as long as the love is strong. Sometimes rushing the process doesn’t help. Wait till the time is right and things will work out amazingly beautiful. Move at your own pace and not at the pace of other people.If you’ve loved this Umembeso celebration then you’ll love this one here.

Photo Credits: Lonwabo, find him on instagram @king_zimela

2 Responses

  1. This is such a beautiful ceremony! I like the idea of the flowers in the pot as a centrepiece

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