Lawyer couple’s Constitution-themed wedding card goes viral

Constitution-themed wedding card&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspTwitter

Key Highlights

  • A lawyer couple’s Constitution-themed wedding card has created a buzz on social media
  • The names of the bride and groom are written on either sides of the scales of justice
  • The card refers to the laws and rights related to marriages in India

Guwahati: Couples come up with creative wedding card ideas for their big day. From a UP wedding card printed in the colours of Samajwadi Party along with the photos of Akhilesh Yadav and Mulayam Singh Yadav to a Madurai couple printing QR code on their wedding card so that guests could transfer gift cash, we come across some interesting wedding cards every now and then.

The latest addition to the list of creative wedding cards is that of a lawyer couple from Guwahati, Assam. The couple got a Constitution-themed wedding card made for their special day.

The card has the names of the bride and groom written on either side of the scales of justice to represent equality.

The wedding invite also mentions the laws and rights that govern 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 on Sunday 28th November 2021,” the card reads.

The invitation adds, “When lawyers get married, they don’t say ‘YES’, they say – ‘We accept the terms and conditions.'”

The Constitution-themed wedding card is doing rounds across social media platforms. While some netizens joked that they finished half of the CLAT syllabus after reading the invitation, others wondered if the couple would have a court-themed wedding.

One user said, “This reads more like a court summon.” Another noted, “The person still has missed prefixing ‘Advocate’ before his name.”

A third user joked, “Iska invitation padhke CLAT ka aadha syllabus cover hogya.” Someone suggested, “Pandit ki jagah judge ko baitha lo.” Yet another user wrote, “Wondering about the decorations… court theme.”

In February, a Kolkata-based couple’s Aadhaar-themed wedding menu had gone viral. The menu listed the dishes offered for starters, main course and desserts. It read, “This card [is] valid only today.”