Wedding invitations reflect a lot about the couple. Hence, people give a lot of thought to the theme, colour, design, and other aspects while choosing one for themselves. Earlier, a Muslim man printed Hindu Gods on his daughter’s wedding card to promote religious harmony.
Now, a couple came up with a constitution themed wedding card and we think is legal-tastic!
In the one-of-a-kind ‘Notice Of Wedding Reception,’ the names of the lawyer couple are written on either side of the scales of justice symbolizing equality.
Wedding invitation 🤔 pic.twitter.com/4pJnBBxCKo
— Srishti (@mysticsrishti) November 23, 2021
The card further enlists the different laws and articles that bestowes them with the right to marriage. In the card, the bridegroom states:
“The right to marry is a component of Right To Life under Article 21 of the Indian constitution. So, it is time for me to use this Fundamental Right.”
The card further mentions the article that gives the guests the right to attend their wedding.
“So, I request your gracious presence under Article 19 (i)(b) (Right to assemble peacefully and without arms) * and give your blessings.”
Towards the end of the card, it reads:
“Under the Hindu Marriage Act 1955, we together have mutually decided to solemnize the wedding on 28th of November by agreeing to stay in love freely and under no undue influence on our discussion for the rest of our lives. When lawyers get married, they just don’t say “YES” they say, “We accept the terms and conditions.”
As soon as the legal wedding card went viral online, people started sharing their two cents.
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
Iska invitation padhke CLAT ka aadha syllabus cover hogya https://t.co/Uu1YjF9ujT
— Ceo of correct opinions (@SabChungusSi) November 24, 2021
Pandit ki jagah judge ko baitha lo https://t.co/RiHulP7q0j
— Just Take It💉🇮🇳 (@kbt1802) November 24, 2021
Lawyers often can be full of themselves. https://t.co/eCXFBd58ko
— Abhinav Nagar (@abhinav_nagar) November 24, 2021
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So cute 😍😍 https://t.co/W5pPkSeRim
— AryLie day 🥳🥳🤩 (@MemeQueenOshin) November 24, 2021
wedding ke liye bula rahe hai ki law padha rahe hai. 🙄 https://t.co/RQIqL4mKqG
— 🌻 (@yashi82) 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
Perfect wedding card doesn't exis… https://t.co/J1VCZv2KyL
— Akanksha (@moodymohtarma) November 23, 2021
Agar wedding invitation aesa hai toh socho wedding kaisi hogi? Reception in a courtroom setup? Who knows!