Stacey Tofilau and Tiva Seupule tie knot
Stacey Tofilau and Tiva Seupule finally sealed their love for each in a beautiful matrimony after three years of courtship.
The couple exchanged vows at the Navoo 2 Mormon Church at Vaivase, promising to love and support to each other in front of God, families and friends.
Speaking to the Sunday Samoan, the newly wedded man said he was elated at taking the next step to start his own family while his wife said she is happy to marry the man of her dreams.
The couple are also expecting their first child next month, and Mrs. Seupule says her husband will make a good father. They believe it's every parents' dream to provide love and support for their children.
Mr. Seupule is the son of Tiva and Tauesi Seupule from Iva, Savaii and his bride is the daughter of Letasia and Uilisone Tofilau from Faatoia.
Mrs. Tofilau, with tears of joy, said she is proud to be the bride's mother.
“She will create a good and better family in the future with Mr. Seupule, together with God’s loving guidance and support," she said.
Mrs. Seupule works at the Ministry of Work, Transport and Infrastructure (M.W.T.I) and wishes to work hard to support her new family especially her unborn child.
Mr Seupule’s younger brother, Sam, said his brother is a good man and he is happy that he has taken the next step.
“I am very grateful towards my brother for this big step he has taken and congratulations to both of them for stepping into a married life."