Here you will find out the Sepedi Traditional Wedding Dresses Designs Pictures with the Price range because Sepedi wedding has many of the traditions and customs as the whole wedding ceremony is completed in some stages and the occasions starts from sending a letter from the groom family to the bride family to fix a date for the labola negotiation. Well it is said that it is negotiation but i my sense it is not because whatever the brides family ask them in exchange of their daughter they have to provide the that. Some ask for money, some ask for cattle and some are so casual to each other that they just can ask a bottle of Brandy or anything like that.
On the wedding day when the Bride is fully ready she go to the nearest river and collect enough water from there that can be used in whole occasions. This action is done while wearing the Bridal dresses. Sepedi Traditional Wedding does not held in church as it held in either in the Bride or groom home. After the marriage prayer the other traditions starts like playing music, Cutting cattle and then distributing the meat equally to the Brides and Groom Family.
Sepedi Traditional Wedding Dresses Designs Pictures
Sepedi wedding is all about the colors and enjoyments for these two families. Bridesmaid wear different color outfits and same is the Bridal Outfits for the wedding day because on that day Bride wants to look like coming from another world, Unique, Different, Attractive and gorgeous so that no body can stop himself being say Wow. No matter how the fashion industry changes these days but still there is a lot of touch in Sepedi Wedding dresses because purely Sepedi Traditional Wedding Dresses Designs are still used by many families.
The Sepedi Traditional Wedding Dresses Designs Pictures are also shared here on this page that are designed by different designers as well as some are by their own designed with mixing more than 2 concept of stitching. You can see clearly in the pictures shared here that the stitching style of the Sepedi Bridal Outfits may be same but each dress is mentioning their own traditional culture and customs of South Africa.