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AFFORDABLE Traditional Wedding Package Hartbeespoort,Magaliesber

AFFORDABLE Traditional Wedding Package Hartbeespoort,Magaliesber
Traditional Wedding Package from R12000 (100 guests)
“ Traditional African weddings, whether it be Zulu, Xhosa, Sotho, Pedi, Venda have changed over the years. The traditional Zulu wedding is called umabo, Sotho weddings are called Lenyalo. When a girl informs her father that she’s ready to get married, her father arranges a ceremony to inform the public about her availability. When the bride has found her husband to be, the negotiations for lobola can begin. “ Full Function Package (Marquee and Décor from R12000) We offer an all in Traditional Wedding Package for 100 people, everything included at an affordable price. This is a special price for a limited period only. Excludes delivery and setup
7m x 12 white marquee holds 100 guests
20x trestle tables with white elegant silver flecked table cloths and runners
1x round cake table
20x Centre pieces - variety to choose from
100x plastic chairs with white covers and tie backs
Red carpet
Faerie lights + spot lights
CROCKERY: 100 x dinner plates, side plates, dessert bowls, under plates, serviette rings
40l urn
CUTLERY:100 x knives, forks, desert spoons
6x serving spoons
GLASSES: 100x water glasses and champagne or wine glasses

Optional extras; artificial grass, draping, sound and catering

CONTACT ALLAN OR CINDY ON 011 6242127


" Umabo can be best described as a Zulu traditional wedding which usually takes place after the white wedding. It may happen that some people only do the white wedding and have umabo many years after being married but it is believed that one is not fully married in accordance to the Zulu culture if they did go through umabo. Some people may be faced with difficulties in their marriages (failure to conceive, may not have good relations with the in-laws) and it may be discovered that the ancestors are not happy as umabo was not done and they don’t recognise their daughter in-law. This is a very important tradition; it may also impact on the children, which is why some people have umabo even after the death of the husband. The children may also need to do umabo for their parents; they are not to have umabo for themselves if their parents did not have umabo. "
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