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Tania’s Lobola

The beautiful thing about love is how it can find you anywhere. I’ m glad I responded to my DM🫢 In February a day before my birthday I posted, “Growing up I used to think ladies who are 25 and not married are not serious. Here I am , turning 25 tomorrow and not even in a relationship😂”. He responded don’t worry you are getting married this year. That’s when we started talking. Fast forward we started dating later that month. A month later he got me a car 🫢 Gurrllll I really felt loved. It did not end there, in April he proposed . The engagement took place at my parents house where we had gone for introductions . Everything was happening so fast and I loved it . In May vakwasha came kunopihwa date and on the 8th of July we got married💍. Not forgetting how he has been a responsible dad to my 7year old daughter from day 1. When we met he promised to take care of my daughter and he never broke that promise. I’m happy my daughter has found a loving dad and I have found a lifetime bestfriend and soulmate .

Tinashe’s Lobola

I met my husband at my workplace he was my customer for about a year .. fast forward he asked for my number 🙈I gave him. Sometimes ndaitiza whenever I saw him coming to my counter 🤣… He later asked me out, I enjoyed every moment with him 🥰. After six months of dating cows came home 🐄🐄🏡
My husband is Malawian ..

Stacie’s Wedding

Love is Patient, Love is Kind ..

2009 is when we crossed paths, we were mere teenagers introduced by our cousins, we never met so we drove our parents landline bill crazy😂😂😂😂😂 we wrote to each other, texted each other called each other on and off through high school and university. Finally March 2018 fate had its way and we met as he came for work in the city i lived in. What we refused to do is let life pass us by without trying to at least do life together. It was the most beautiful encounter and about a year and half later August 2019 he proposed..

We were in a long distance relationship where he would visit the city i stayed in whenever he could and by this time it was every other weekend, coupled with 2hr calls, video calls, thank God for whatsapp😂June 202,1 he finally decided to take the cows home and honor my family. Ours is not the cliché story as it is based on patience and long waits😂. this was probably the hardest time in our relationship in balancing everyone’s expectations. Finally 17th of june was agreed upon, culture and protocol was rightfully observed.

Our story rides on patience, our initial plan was after roora we would have a wedding, our agreement was always something small and intimate as it describeS both our characters and circle, little did we know our baby girl had other plans. She decided to come early and was severely preterm, Fast forward this wedding was super special for us because we had our little girl. We surrounded ourselves with friends who have become our family. The goal was to celebrate love, friendship and union.

I not only have my husband but i get to do life with my best friend, partner in crime and my biggest cheerleader

ALSO WHO SAID COURT WEDDINGS NEED TO BE BORING

Tino & Kundie’s Lobola

Was at the shopping mall when I remembered that my home girl worked at one of the shops. I hit her up and she comes through, but surprisingly with a friend. First thought on the friend – that’s one beautiful reserved girl😩 but I didn’t pay much attention to it at that time because I mistook her for a “too cute to be single” kinda girl. It wasn’t until later that day that my hommie lowkey hinted that her friend was single 👀. Didn’t waste a minute getting the friend’s number😂 and a few days down the line, we were on our first date. One date led to another and a year later on the 20th of June, our beautiful journey began.

Side note- my home girl recently confessed that on that fateful day, she intentionally set us both on a blind meet-up😂 Honestly, we all need that one hommie🙌🏾

Photography – BLCK Media