ROSETTE and LUNGA NCWANA took their love to greater heights af­ter meet­ing each other through mu­tual friends.

True Love Bride - - Bride | Weddings Gifts - By Katleho Khoaele Pho­to­graphs Jan Pierre Uys

My hus­band and I met three years ago through mu­tual friends. They in­vited me for lunch, and when I got there, Lunga was leav­ing so we met briefly. My friends ar­ranged our first date and things took off from there.

My favourite mo­ment was see­ing my fam­ily and friends as I walked down the ai sl e, be­cause t heir sup­port and l ove means the world to me. My wed­ding was per­fect and I wouldn’t chang e any­thing about it.

I didn’t face any chal­lenges while plan­ning the wed­ding be­cause I had the best team help­ing me. They al­ways gave me plenty of op­tions to choose from that re­flected both Lunga and my per­son­al­ity and style.

My big day was ab­so­lutely beau­ti­ful, and looked like an ab­so­lute fairy- tale! The best part of the re­cep­tion was the ta­bles, and the dou­ble- sided en­ter­tain­ment stage looked in­cred­i­ble! Lunga got ex­actly what he wanted – a so­phis­ti­cated cigar and whisky lounge where he could re­lax with all his boys!

The most ful­fill­ing part of my wed­ding was say­ing “I do” to the man I truly love and adore. I found my gor­geous dress two years ag o at the Wed­ding Expo. It’s cre­ated by F Wil­son. I tried on so many dresses at that expo, but im­me­di­ately fell in love with this one! It’s a one- of- a- kind cre­ation.

The most touch­ing speech was by my mom. Be­fore she said any­thing, she sang my favourite song grow­ing up: Mercy. She kn ow s t hat song g ot me t hrough l i f e ’s obst a c l e s a nd made my f a i t h i n God strong er.

We’re still de­cid­ing on our hon­ey­moon des­ti­na­tion be­cause we’ve been al­most ev­ery­where in the world to­gether.

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