Meet Bridget and her husband. Although they have been married legally for five years they decided to have a traditional wedding to seal their vows. Bridget wore a stunning traditional hand-painted dress. The hand painting is called Umgwalo in Ndebele Culture and we love it. How They Met We first met at Church in …
I’ve been featuring some of the best grooms in the world. Ladies, Mzansi has romantic and highly clued up brothers who keep serving up the most beautiful and heartfelt proposals ever. And I’m excited I get to share their stories. Such is today’s groom, Katlego. When he realised his first plan to propose wasn’t going …
Welcome to #2018. If you’re newly engaged and looking for wedding inspiration with a flavour of culture then you’ve landed on the right blog. Click here or here to get started. I hope you’ve written all your goals and strategy on how you’re going to achieve them. Every year I like to reflect on …
Morning my loves! You know I like to shake things up a little here on blog. Hence, why I’m sharing a video instead of the normal blog post today. It is Simphiwe and Clavers wedding video. Their wedding is one of those weddings that’ll leave you with a huge smile on your face. Enjoy! Simphiwe and Claver from Feature Films on Vimeo.
Hi, Everyone! This Ndebele wedding has had my fingers itching to click publish the moment I received it. It’s not often that I publish a post on a Thursday but today I’m making an exception. I can’t wait till Monday. I honestly tried to resist the gorgeousness on this wedding but I guess I failed …
Hello Gorgeous! I know I’ve been a bit quiet on the blog lately. I’m busy working on more inspiration which I’ll soon announce in 3 weeks or so. I’m still working on the finishing touches so watch this space and visit frequently. I have the mother of all announcements to make! So Super Excited!
If your on the hunt for a white wedding dress then don’t go shopping until you’ve read these tips:
Set a budget for your wedding dress and stick to it. When I got married I ended up spending twice as much as I intended to spend, so be careful.
The worst thing you can do is to try on dresses that are way out of your price range. It’s dangerous because it’ll make you consider loans and believe me that’s the last thing you want to do. Don’t start married life with debt.
2. Choose a Partner
Be careful about the number of people you take shopping with you. Too many suggestions will leave you confused. Make sure the people you choose to go with have your best interests at heart. I would suggest taking along your mom, sister or best friend.
3. Take Your Time
Don’t be rushed into making a decision. Remember shopping for a wedding dress is not like shopping at Edgards, you can’t simply return it for a refund. If you think you’ve found the perfect wedding dress, you can take time to think about it before making up your mind.
4. Do Your Research
Search the web and magazines for wedding dresses that you like but remember that just because the dress looks fabulous on the model in the magazine doesn’t mean it will look nice on you. Knowing your body shape is the key to finding a dress that flatters your figure.
5. Be Flexible
Allow yourself to explore alternative dresses, you might find the style that you think won’t suit you looks gorgeous on.
6. Hidden Costs
7. Consider Buying a Dress Online
You might think that I am crazy for suggesting that you purchase your wedding dress online and often times we read about all the horror stories brides-to-be have experienced but a family friend bought her wedding dress online (I have to admit though I was very nervous when her mom told me) but the dress turned out to be amazing. I have to stress that buying a wedding dress online is a risky business and it’s not for the faint hearted.
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If you fall into the category of brides who were shockingly disappointed by their photographs then you’ll love this feature. I think it’s a brilliant idea that will make up for the disappointment. Have you ever considered a bridal shoot? Or in this case a Zulu bridal shoot. I think apart from snap me …