Since their church puts a ban on alcohol consumption of any kind, they were quite troubled at hearing that their fruit cake had brandy in it; meant to be a preservative, but used as an ingredient without their knowledge. Luckily, the groom had a sense of humour about the situation.
"As long as there is flour and sugar,it is Cake" Siyabonga is just a great person! #OurPerfectWedding— Son to Royalty (@King__Mbuso) September 13, 2015
"I'm going to eat a lot of cake now." LOL! Siyabonga. Legend. #OurPerfectWedding— DeeDee Tladi, III (@dadebbi) September 13, 2015
The couple was really disappointed by the service they were given by their vendors. The decor lady promised many a surprise, and she did deliver, but they weren't pleasant ones.
They told her its a surprise. Food served from the red carpet and the cake in their face. Oh boy!! #OurPerfectWedding— Fikile Moichela (@fikzotic) September 13, 2015
Well No Cake,food on the floor. I guess thats the surprise they were talking about. #OurPerfectWedding— Bonga. (@BongaMthembu) September 13, 2015
On the bright side, their traditional wedding was beautiful and rich. The bride wore a traditional attire meant for married women in the church, and with a song, a dance and the sound of vuvuzelas, they were wed according to their faith.
Maybe I'm being biased but they have such a nice traditional wedding. #OurPerfectWedding— B Khumalo (@herr_b_khumalo) September 13, 2015
The traditional wedding! All protocol were observed! ?? #OurPerfectWedding— Nozipho Mpanza (@mpanza_n) September 13, 2015
Esigcawini. This is proper traditional wedding. #OurPerfectWedding— Themba Mbatha (@ka_mbatha) September 13, 2015