We may have come across many such wedding card photos on the Internet which were amazed with their uniqueness. The internet is actually filled with a lot of wedding card photos from which, some of them are too hilarious while the others steal the show with their beauty and uniqueness. Wedding cards grabs the attention of many people and a slight mistake can easily be turned into a meme too. On the other hand, some wedding cards are so beautiful that people can’t resist sharing them on social media. From potted plants replacing paper cards to cards having Paytm options, time and people have come up with some amazing variations to mark their special day. But this wedding invitation from an advocate is going all sorts of viral on the internet because of its next level uniqueness. Now, Guwahati-based lawyer Ajay Sarma has designed a wedding invite that fully gives the vibe of a legal document and the invite has evoked lots of interest and smiles online.
According to the reports of Indian Express, the advocate said that people don’t read what’s on the invitation and only check the date and venue. He added some humor to grab the attention of the reader till the end of the invitation. He said “I have noticed most people don’t read the invitation card. They just casually check the date and venue and that’s it. So, with a dash of humour, I wanted to make sure my guests read the card till the end,” to indianexpress.com.
The card which is going viral has the names of the bride and the groom written on either side of the scales of justice so that it can represent equality in their “beautiful court of life”. And mentioning The Hindu Marriage Act of 1955, the groom added this line, full of humor: “When lawyers get married, they don’t say ‘YES’, they say – ‘We accept the terms and conditions.’”
While explaining that the viral invite was only for a close group of friends and people from his legal community, Sarma said that there was another set of cards for relatives and others. He said “Actually, I mentioned all the law and articles knowing it would be understood and appreciated by people like judges and district magistrate, for whom this card was designed. I was sure it would bring a smile to their faces,” he said over the telephone to The Indian Express.
The wedding invitation also mentions the Act and the Article of the Indian Constitution that recognises union of two adults, which is “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 on Sunday 28th November 2021,” the card read. This is a total vibe of an advocate for sure!
As the Indian Express asked what his would-be-wife and family thought about the quirky invite, he said they too were taken by surprise as he said “About three four months back, I had shared with my fiancé that I will do something extraordinary for the card. But she also got to see it when it was finally ready to be handed out.”
But the most hilarious thing was his father getting a number of calls from random strangers. “My father’s phone kept buzzing as his number was on the card, he got to know about it after it went viral,” he chuckled. “He asked me what this viral invitation was and was impressed with the unique content,” he further said.
Although Ajay had no idea it would reach all around the country, he said, “I just wanted to get a few laughs, but it’s nice to see others also appreciating it. It’s an added treat.”
The couple are set to tie the knot on November 28, and they will host their reception on December 1 in Guwahati.