The best and the only good part of the coronavirus is that it has brought many new trends. And the trends that are very convenient, creative, and economical. I mean, who wants to spend billions on a wedding. Sure, everyone wants to enjoy, dance, have fun, go crazy on their wedding but that all comes with a price and that too, not one that one can manage jus like that. This Indian Girl claims that she got married on zoom and our response is… PLEASE GIVE US TIPS!
Was probably among the 0.1% of brides who had to worry about 2 factor authentication 30 mins before getting married. But I loved everything about my smallcutezoomwedding 🥰 pic.twitter.com/54qbQLZ9wu
— SpuddyKat (@spadjay) May 15, 2020
She says, “Was probably among the 0.1% of brides who had to worry about 2 factor authentication 30 mins before getting married. But I loved everything about my smallcutezoomwedding”
Wedding and expenses
The worst part about weddings is the bill one has to pay. No, no. Not just one bill. Stacks of bills. You will see people buying notepads specifically to pen down all the list of things bought and… well… bought. It involves multiple courses of shopping – some things that are really not needed but somehow make its way to the house for the sake of it. So, yeah, where were we? Expenses!
Do you wonder how many things would this bride have bought for her wedding? All we see is a fancy, gorgeous attire. Maybe, they’d have made sure the electricity doesn’t act up. Or the internet connection doesn’t become the saas of the event. Oh, and what about FOOD? Does everyone cook their meals, sit before the videocall, and eat in unison? Wow! That’s an image – no one complaining about food getting thanda, sharp salty, or too sweet. Everyone’s happy. Finally.
Guests – where and how do they adjust to the frame?
Now that we have covered food and dress and shopping – it’s time we look into the guest list. Wait… was there a guest list involved? Of course, of course. But what were the instructions? What did the wedding invitation card say? RSVP? Join in the Zoom wedding at XYZ time? Cool.
Now let’s have a look at the Twitterati’s response
We are with you on that.
This picture will Wow generations to come
— Abhishek Kaushik (@akaushik759) May 15, 2020
Congratulations! You seem to have had an absolutely legendary wedding!
— Thejaswi Udupa (@udupendra) May 15, 2020
WOW. We had Zoom weddings in India as well?🙂 That’s awesome.
— Beherebaba (@BehereBaba) May 15, 2020
Stay among the proportion of population who prioritize security irrespective of the number. Btw looking great. Congratulations 🎉
— Muhammad Ather (@MuhammadAther88) May 15, 2020
Who isn’t a fan of minimalism?
Congrats for the wedding and this is a very beautiful idea with the epitome of minimalism ❤️ love from Pakistan
— Zaineb (@ZainebNayyer) May 16, 2020
You married the laptop? Big power move right there
— Hirsute Hippo (@rg1283) May 15, 2020
Aww, of course
Congratulations to both you! You’ll have beautiful stories to tell in future
— kaustubh (@kaustubh_yahoo) May 15, 2020
I can see aloo bujiya on keyboard ????
— Kartik Harish (@kartikharish) May 15, 2020
This is what we want to talk about
Congrets, and my blessings. You girls still completely loaded. A boy might be with a short and a half suit at the chest and very comfortable with that.
— Ballu (@AnantBallal) May 16, 2020
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