Everybody needs to make their wedding special and for this, they additionally embrace various sorts of interesting ways. Particularly in the wedding card, individuals attempt to show a great deal of imagination. Certain individuals receive a remarkable message composed on the card, while certain individuals finish the wedding card a great deal, with the goal that it appears to be unique and special. Like as of late, a wedding card of UP imprinted in the shades of Samajwadi Party with pictures of Akhilesh Yadav and Mulayam Singh Yadav via online media and the wedding card of a couple from Madurai on which they had printed the QR code. turned into a web sensation. Whatever intriguing wedding cards regularly show up via web-based media.
The wedding card of an advocate from Guwahati, Assam has likewise been remembered for the rundown of whatever wedding cards. A few have printed a Constitution-themed wedding card for their special day. The names of the lady of the hour and lucky man are composed on one or the other side of the balances of equity to address uniformity in the card. The wedding greeting likewise makes reference to the laws and freedoms administering Indian relationships.
The card peruses, “The right to marriage is a component of the right to life under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution. Therefore, it is time for me to exercise this fundamental right on Sunday, 28 November 2021.” The invitation further said, “When lawyers get married, they don’t say ‘yes, they say – ‘we accept the terms and conditions.”
The wedding card dependent on the constitution has been very popular via online media stages. While some jokingly said that they completed half of the CLAT syllabus after reading the invitation, some wondered if the couple’s wedding would be court-themed. One user said, ‘It is like a court summons. Another said, “The man still misses to put ‘Advocate’ in his name.”
The third user said, “Half of the CLAT syllabus is covered after reading this invitation.” Someone suggested, “Make a judge sit in place of Pandit.” At the same time, another user wrote, “Thinking about the decoration… Court theme.”