They add that what happens at the altar is a tear-jerker.
Unlike the traditional wedding where they matched their outfits, for the white wedding they kept each other in the dark about their looks.
"The outfit was big when I saw it. It was the biggest outfit I have ever seen in my life. I did anticipate a bit of drama, but not that much drama," Motaung recalls.
"What happen at the altar is the foundation of our marriage, whatever happens, we will always think of that moment," Mhlongo says.
"It reminds us that it was real. I remember the day before it was all fun and games when we were rehearsing. But when it happened, it was so emotional. I reckon they will be no dry tear in every corner of the world."
The couple had planned a third destination wedding that was supposed to take part in Venice, Italy, in July on Motaung's birthday.
But after the coronavirus outbreak, they have since cancelled those plans.
Their honeymoon was scheduled to kick start in Dubai before heading to the Coachella Music and Art Festival next month.
But after the festival was postponed this week to October because of coronavirus threats, Somhale had to also reschedule those plans as well.
They say the biggest challenge for their relationship so far has been constantly being in the public eye.
"A lot of my fans think that they have summed up our relationship and we have to defend ourselves all the time," Mhlongo says.
"We constantly have to remind ourselves why we are in this and not live by other people's standards."