Miss South Africa 2018 titleholder and medical doctor, Tamaryn Green, recently celebrated the love which she shares with her husband and businessman Ze Nxumalo in a beautiful traditional wedding ceremony.
The two gathered their closest friends and family to witness their umembeso, which is a Zulu traditional ceremony that forms part of the lobola negotiations before the white wedding takes place.
The South African model took to social media some time in June to announce that the lobola negotiations for their union had taken place, and that Nxumalo had finally paid the bridal price to her family, after announcing in April through social media that they were engaged.
Green opened up the ceremony in a stunning red A-line dress which she paired with nude strap heels.
She then changed into traditional attire, which was a blue A-line over-the-shoulder dress which had Zulu beadwork at the top, and matched it with a blue traditional Zulu hat which had the same colour beads as her dress, as well as traditional Zulu bracelets.
Nxumalo wore a full traditional Zulu garment made from animal skin, and then later changed into a white traditional shirt which was detailed with the material that was used to create his bride’s dress.