Lifestyle Weddings This Bride Honored Her African Heritage in the Best Possible Way By Dobrina Zhekova Dobrina Zhekova Dobrina Zhekova is a writer and editor based in Washington, D.C. who covers all things luxury travel, fashion, tech, and shopping. Her writing has appeared in InStyle, Vogue, Departures, Elle, Harpers Bazaar, Sunset, and more. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on October 26, 2016 @ 03:45PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images There is no better way to customize your wedding outfit than to incorporate something truly personal in it. And one bride showed us all exactly how it's done. Meet 25-year-old Nosipho Miya Leiva whose wedding day look has gone viral for all the right reasons. When Leiva, who was born in South Africa but lives in California, tied the knot she made sure the design of her wedding gown reflected her African origins. The result is nothing short of breathtaking. Designed by Zambian designer Rina Chunga, the dress had a tulle skirt and a corset in a colorful West African print called Ankara. Instead of a veil, Leiva went for a matching head wrap making this look the perfect marriage (pun intended) between tradition and modernity. Here's How Your Invitations Can Set the Tone for Your Whole Wedding And her reception dress did not disappoint either: Talking about wedding dress #goals!