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Layla & Mfundo

Updated: Jul 8

Celebrating Love in the Midlands: Layla & Mfundo’s Traditional Wedding

In the heart of the scenic Midlands, surrounded by rolling hills and the natural beauty of South Africa, Layla and Mfundo celebrated their union in a traditional Zulu wedding that was nothing short of magical. The event was meticulously planned and executed by the exceptional team at Well Seated, ensuring that every detail was perfect for this special day.

The décor was a harmonious blend of traditional Zulu elements and modern elegance.  The beautifully arranged floral displays done by Liezl Kotze Floral Art, created an inviting and festive environment. 

One of the most striking features of Layla and Mfundo’s wedding was the traditional Zulu attire. Both the bride and groom, along with their bridal party, donned exquisite garments that celebrated their cultural heritage.

Layla looked resplendent in her traditional isidwaba (Zulu skirt) and isicwaya (Zulu top), adorned with intricate beadwork that shimmered in the sunlight. Mfundo was equally impressive in his umqhele (Zulu headband) and ibheshu (Zulu kilt), his attire reflecting the regal nature of the occasion. The couple’s attire was not only a visual delight but also a powerful tribute to their ancestry and cultural pride.

Layla and Mfundo’s wedding was more than just a celebration of their love; it was a vibrant display of culture, community, and joy. The traditional Zulu dance performances, heartfelt speeches, and lively music kept the guests entertained and engaged throughout the day. 

Here’s to Layla and Mfundo – may your journey together be as beautiful and enduring as the traditions you so proudly celebrated on your wedding day.

Wedding Planner: @wellseated

Photos & Video: @mightyfineweddings 

Flowers & Decor: @wellseated | @liezlkotze_floralart

Stationery: @wellseated

Catering: @welile_mngoma

Cake: @desbaked


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