Lawyer couple prints constitution-themed wedding card; The variety card goes viral
People often pay attention to bringing special features while designing their wedding invitation cards. The wedding invitation card, which has been made with the constitution as a theme is now going viral.
The lawyer couple from Guwahati, Assam has created their wedding invitation card in a legal way. Advocate Ajay Sharma is getting married to Pooja Sharma, who worked as an assistant professor in Haridwar. Their names have been written on either side of the scales of justice and the scale of justice symbolizes equality.
The wedding invitation also refers to the laws and rights governing Indian marriages. “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 bridegroom noted on the card.
Wedding invitation 🤔 pic.twitter.com/4pJnBBxCKo— Srishti (@mysticsrishti) November 23, 2021
The card which has been garnering attention on social media is getting mixed responses and queries from social media. While some wondered if a judge would lead the wedding, some appreciated the gesture, while others gave it ideas for their own wedding card options.
The invitation adds, “When lawyers get married, they don’t say ‘YES’, they say – ‘We accept the terms and conditions.'” This statement is getting more response from social media as it is considered as the striking point in the wedding card.
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Ajay, who has been practicing law for five years, wanted to make a unique card for his wedding after having joked about it with his colleagues. “I wanted to put that humor on the card to make look different. When we go through a wedding card, people usually check the venue, time, and date. We don’t read what’s written on the top and bottom. I wanted to have a card that people would read from top to bottom, ” Times Now reported as Ajay told. Ajay took a friend’s help to design the card and got it printed to send it to his colleagues.