Beautiful African traditional wedding photos
South African traditional wedding photos are a true reflection of our rich, diversified culture. Over the years, it has been evident that South Africans and Africans in General stick and stand by their cultures and tradition, which is more celebrated during traditional weddings, cultural days etc.
In South Africa, traditional weddings are now recognised at the same level as religious or white weddings. It is a pool of choices how you want to celebrate your big day.
South African traditional wedding dresses for women tend to be so colourful and rich in tradition. These include the Zulu traditional wedding dresses, which have a lot of red in them, The Xhosa attire African wear, which is usually black and white with a few beads. The traditional wedding photos from a Zulu wedding always stand out because of their colourful nature.
The Venda attire African traditional wedding dress has about 11 or more colours. However, we are not confined to sticking to our local traditional attires in African traditional wedding ceremonies.
In most cases, our brides tend to go all the way and bless the wedding guests by rocking up a Nigerian traditional wedding dress believed to be an authentic African presentation. It is, however, a common practice that in most south African weddings, as a beautiful African bride, you are expected to show up in your traditional wear for the ceremony and the reception; you can wear any south African traditional dresses.
We have put together a few African traditional wedding photos.
The photos we have compiled are a mixture of mixed traditions and couples, including
- Swati and Zulu traditional wedding dresses.
This is where you see couples, mostly men carrying the Spear /arrow and a shield making up beautiful traditional wedding photos.
- Tswana and Zulu Couples.
In this instance, you will see the Tswana wearing animal skin to cover the crucial areas and always ready for the famous Tswana traditional dance.
- Sotho traditional wedding dresses
This is an African culture hailing from Lesotho, which its own country located in South Africa. That's where the Sotho culture is embraced in daily lives. With the representation of a blanket even in extreme weather conditions accompanied by a woven grass hat.
Most African traditional wedding attendees will always ask,
what to wear to a Xhosa traditional wedding?
Going for a Xhosa or any other traditional wedding, The attire is usually emphasised by the couple hoping that their traditional wedding photos are as colourful as they want them to be. Sometimes the couple will ask guests to wear any traditional attire; It is also common knowledge that you embrace your tradition even if you are a guest in a traditional wedding.
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