A member of Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) wedded a beautiful wife in style as he used a gun knife to cut the cake.
The wedding came as an early Independence Day celebration for the Nkomo and Ncube families on Saturday.
A bayonet fixed on a rifle was used to cut the wedding cake that was adorned with the Zimbabwe Defence Forces badge and the national flag.
A soldier, Artwell Nkomo (27) the first son of the late Mr Nephat Nkomo and the late Mrs Sibusiso Ncube of Matshetsheni Village in Gwanda and his sweetheart Ntombizile Ncube (24) the first daughter of the late Mr Patrick Ncube and Mrs Helen Sibanda of Mleja Village, Filabusi tied the note in style at White Rose Gardens in Luveve Four suburb with full military honour.
It was a military wedding and the bride and the groom’s vehicles were escorted from Cowdray Park suburb where the couple lives, to the venue in Luveve by 13 soldiers as well as 14 civilians.
The procession ended up inviting uninvited guests as soldiers marched, showcasing their military way of conducting weddings.
The military band which provided music and entertainment did not disappoint.
The best man was from the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service Shingai Zishiri. The cake cutting, exchanging of vows and the signing ceremony were all conducted under an arc of rifles.