The modern generation is quite enthusiastic when it comes to making the special events of their lives memorable and marriage is certainly one of them. The couples nowadays come up with new ideas for making their pre-wedding shoots unique, their entry at the venues classic and also focus a lot on the invitation cards.
In one such interesting event, a lawyer couple has got their wedding cards designed on the theme of constitution which is one-of-its-kind and undoubtedly people won’t be able to forget it for long.
First of all, take a look at the wedding card:
The card starts with “Notice of Wedding Reception” while the name of the groom and the bride are written on the scales which symbolize equality. Different laws and articles are also used in the card for other purposes, for example, it is written in the card that Right to Life under Article 21 of Indian constitution grants them the right to get married which they are using now. The card also talks about the right of the guests to attend the wedding, it states that their gracious presence is requested under the Article 19 (i)(b) which gives them the right to assemble peacefully and without arms.
The card also talks about the Hindu Marriage Act 1955 under which they both have taken the decision to solemnize the wedding on the D-day and in the end, it is written that when lawyers get married instead of saying, “Yes I do”, they say, “We accept the terms and conditions”.
Wedding invitation 🤔 pic.twitter.com/4pJnBBxCKo
— Srishti (@mysticsrishti) November 23, 2021
As soon as the pic of the card went viral, the micro-blogging site Twitter was flooded with hilarious reactions:
A LAWly wedding invitation: "When lawyers get married, they don't say just yes. They say we accept the terms & conditions" pic.twitter.com/KJv7ufTfND
— Utkarsh Anand (@utkarsh_aanand) November 24, 2021
A "No dowry was taken during this agreement" would have made it perfect.
— Sanjukta Basu (@sanjukta) November 24, 2021
Pandit ki jagah judge ko baitha lo https://t.co/RiHulP7q0j
— Just Take It💉🇮🇳 (@kbt1802) November 24, 2021
I will print my wedding card (if ever) either in C++ code or in Hexa unicode for ASCII characters or simply in binary code for ASCII characters. This is a good idea! https://t.co/8OBpB5ZdMk
— Ay (@HexaViolet) November 23, 2021
Lawyers often can be full of themselves. https://t.co/eCXFBd58ko
— Abhinav Nagar (@abhinav_nagar) November 24, 2021
Do read this ..
A doctor who is a die hard fan of share market 😂 pic.twitter.com/bZfVWrpAOo
— ויקאס פנדיטה (@TORUKH_MAKTO) November 23, 2021
This reads more like a court summon? 😳
— Anurag Shukla (@Anuraag_Shukla) November 23, 2021
Perfect wedding card doesn't exis… https://t.co/J1VCZv2KyL
— Akanksha (@moodymohtarma) November 23, 2021
Pandit Justice Chandrachud honge .
— Utkarsh (@Kaivalya_22) November 23, 2021
Iska invitation padhke CLAT ka aadha syllabus cover hogya https://t.co/Uu1YjF9ujT
— Ceo of correct opinions (@SabChungusSi) November 24, 2021
wedding ke liye bula rahe hai ki law padha rahe hai. 🙄 https://t.co/RQIqL4mKqG
— 🌻 (@yashi82) November 24, 2021
Are you also going to try something new like this or quite different or hatke to make your event memorable? Or have you done any such thing in your wedding or other ceremonies? Share with us.