April 10th and 11th, 2020, Limpopo

We invite you to celebrate our wedding


Herbert Phala

Our aim is to create life experiences through travelling the various parts of the world as it widens our knowledge and horizon. We spend most of our days enjoying sun sets with our close friends and family.


Lebo Phala

Our marriage marks the beginning of a life well lived

If you would like to spoil us with a gift, we have a gift registry with Yuppiechef

Gift registry

Our Special Events

Wedding Events


Friday 10 April, 2020

Mohlaletse village

Traditional Wedding

Saturday 11 April, 2020

Diphagane village



  • Ntsikelelo Kubeka

    Best Man

    Growing up i used to make friends with those I shared common interests; and when I met Herbert almost a decade ago, I certainly believed we could be more than colleagues/associates because of the interests we shared. A decent and principled guy with a love for good things in life and happy friendships.

  • Mpho Makgata

    Best Man

    If asked to describe my relationship with Herbert; I can attest to the saying that "family is not only those that you have a blood relation with". The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of joy in each other's lives.
    The past 12 years have been filled with tons of laughs, sharing of wisdom and great friendship with the groom. The cheerful moments we continue to share cannot even be compared to the sweetest candy you can find...Wish you the best in your marriage my brother.

  • Cedric Phasha


    It was two decades ago when I met Herbert during our 1st year at Tertiary Institution. We became friends cause they were few Pedi speaking people in our class. Our friendship grew to brother hood level where we even shared a room and food during our difficult times. After our school tenure we grew to become family friends and colleagues. I so wish you and your wife the best in your marriage. I'm honored to be one of your Groomsman.

  • Oupa Phelane


    How I know this fellow, we happened to be staying in the same complex and I bumped into him outside his house to give him compliments of his beautiful house. Yerrr kante di man ke mopedi from my village and we started talking for hours until I introduced him to my family and he did same. His lovely wife welcomed us into her life too with both hands. The rest is a beautiful history, we are now close family and our wives have come to adore one another. I'm happy to know this fellow. Kere monyadi wa rena is a lovely soul who honours and appreciates the values of a friendship. I have grown tremendously in general ever since I met him, I feel honoured and privileged to be their groomsman and I am thrilled for you my brother and your lovely wife.

  • Babsy Monoge


    As we all know that family is important and its center should hold like branches of a tree to its stem, yet our roots should remain the same. I never met Herbert in my life, I just realized him next to me as we grew up from our childhood up until today. In short Herbert and I grew up together from childhood up to tertiary level, since we are cousins. All I can say about the groom is that, he is a brother, friend, mentor and most importantly family to me. I wish him and Lebo all the best in their marriage.



  • Tebogo Marope

    Matron of honor

    I met Lebo through my husband and took an instant liking to her.
    Our personalities are quite similar, reserved but given the right company, you’ll need luck keeping us quite.
    I am in such awe of the woman she has grown to be. She’s a warrior, diligent, conscientious and a go-getter. Her creative mind can’t be ignored.
    It’s been an honor to do this life journey with Lebo. This one is my ninja!!!

  • Dineo Phelane


    Darlie, that’s who she is to me, my darling. Lebo and I met through our Hubsters and I don’t regret the day I said “Yes” to our friendship. She is one person you can depend on and when she loves, she loves with all her heart.
    I have had a few special moments with her but there’s this one that will stay in my heart for as long as I live. When we travelled together to Paris, ohhhhhhh that was super exciting for both of us, I was very scared at first on the plane busy complaining about leaving my kids behind and asking her “mmata what if we die, that means we won’t see our kids ever again”. She then said to me, “my friend nna I’m glad I’m sharing this experience with you and should we die, we will die together”. That was thee moment for me.

    I will always love and appreciate you Mmata.

  • Keneilwe Kubeka


    Lebo *My Doll* and I met many moons ago, shortly before baby Blu was born. We were introduced by our partners who at the time had already forged a brotherhood. Normally that would create some sort of pressure for us ladies to be friends or at least click right? That actually wasn't the case, I personally took a liking to the introverted Lebo. She was someone of a few words, calm and generally a nice person.
    Overtime, Doll and I grew a friendship that is today a Sisterhood. She has been my unpaid therapist, unpaid events planner, my on and off fun gym partner but most importantly for all the time we've spent together, we have had truckloads of good times. It's truly a blessing to have *My Doll* in my life and I'm so excited for the memories we are yet to make together. *I love you to bits My Doll*

  • Edith Makgata


    I call her madam. Madam has been my friend since 2009, I met her through her husband, Herbert. When we first met, she was serious and not approachable at all. After being in her company a few times, I realized what a wonderful and charismatic person she is. She is a go getter and not afraid of anything.
    Today she is a professional chef, photographer and wedding planner. She is creative and innovative! We have good memories together and she is open to a variety of experiences. She is energetic, sympathetic and kind - happy to help other people.

  • Lucrecia Maabane


    Lebza and I met in 1998 at Fetakgomo high. I was schooling there & she was a visitor, there was a sports competition. Lebza came to take pictures of all the activities that were taking place that day. She was so cute and innocent that time. I asked her if she could be my friend, she just giggled (it was on Friday). Monday morning her sister brought a two-page letter from her saying that she accepted my friend request; that’s how our friendship started.
    We lost contact but later reconnected in Pretoria through my sister. Lebo is a great person, ga mashata & she doesn't love competition that's what I like most about her.

  • Hilda Letoaba


    Lebo and I are sisters and grew up together, we have been very close since we were young. She used to come to visit us in Daveyton every school holiday and we had fun together. I have valuable memories of her and my sister, the 3 of us would share a bed and stay up till midnight gossiping. Our loud laughs would wake my dad up and he would reprimand us.
    Lebo is the most humble and sweetest person I have ever met. I could write a book about her.

Nearby Accomodation

Accomodation near the venue for day 1 and day 2

What you need to know

Dress code:

Black Tie & Bold (Day 1)

Traditional / Smart Casual (Day 2)


Regretable no children are allowed


Admission is only by RSVP

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Please rsvp by 6th March 2020

Mohlaletsi Directions (Day 1)

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Diphagane Directions (Day 2)

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