At present there are 11 official languages in South Africa and many unofficial ones. With these languages comes different cultures and to say each culture (though many have similarities) is interesting, intriguing, confusing is an understatement. Each one is unique and brings something different.
This got me thinking. Wouldn’t it be awesome to find wedding inspiration for your white and cultural wedding all in one place? I know it’d save you time and the dread of finding uninspiring sites that don’t have what your looking for. I cannot believe the lack of traditional South African wedding dress inspiration on google. Maybe it’s because there’s so many cultures, I’m not sure. I would have thought many cultures would be the very reason to have cultural wedding inspiration even more. So I’ve made it my mission to change that.
I’ve decided to showcase more traditional South African wedding dresses perfect for your cultural wedding. From next year (only a couple of weeks left, can you believe it?) I’ll be adding more cultural and western wedding ideas to the blog. I’ll be posting more wedding dress inspiration, floral tips with a flavour of culture and many more elaborate weddings.
Bongiwe Wazala is the designer behind these dresses. Her dresses are beautiful beyond description. It’s the unique materials, her fashion style and her roots all communicated in her work that makes Bongiwe Wazala’s designs even more striking
For more information and appointments contact Bongiwe Wazala house directly on 0113331098 or email [email protected]