2014 Dec. 14: The kiss that moved the church

© Photo by Charmain Carrol @ VMCI – Johannesburg

Camera used:  Canon 60D with 75-300 mm lens

 

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What: Bathini Dambuza & Portia Dludlu’s engagement ceremony
Union blessed by Pastor Mazibuko

 

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“I always prayed to get married at the age of 30. I also wanted to look like a Princess on this special day…”

– Bathini Dambuza-Dludlu

 

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More photos to be included …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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10 Responses to 2014 Dec. 14: The kiss that moved the church

  1. yandientuli says:

    It was indeed moving, perfect everything , wangena umakoti ekhaya*Princess* just wish u guys all the best in ur relationship.

  2. lungile nahayise says:

    BEAUTIFUL

  3. Zuchero says:

    Lovely

  4. Maphuti Setati says:

    Wow. Lovely indeed.

  5. Tania says:

    beautiful pictures 😉

  6. zodwa says:

    Very inspiring

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