Today’s brides and grooms are so mush in love! And they ain’t hiding it
There’s nothing pretentious about proclaiming your love publicly anymore. Brides and grooms-to-be are making their D-day extra mushy with novel ideas and they have no qualms about it.sex and relationships Updated: Jul 17, 2016 11:24 IST
Not everyone can build a Taj Mahal to immortalize their love. However, you can certainly express it through different ways and means. And if you do it in a way that touches the heart, nothing can be more moving than this.
In an ongoing trend, people are going all out to express their love for their partners on their wedding day. They are coming up with unique ideas to express their love for each other.
Avinash Dwivedi, who recently tied the knot with his long time actor girlfriend Sambhavna Seth, did something overwhelming at their Mehendi. Seeing his bride-to-be getting his name written on her palm, he decided to do the same. “I saw her putting in so much effort while putting on the mehendi. This was the least I could have done for her,” he says.
Designer Kresha Bajaj took on the mammoth task of stitching her love story on her bridal lehenga. Her inspiration was from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof who immortalized her wedding gown by getting it framed. Little did she know that people are going to adore her work so much.
And not just human beings even animals were involved in the act of “mushy marriage”. Vidisha Shah and Gowrang, who got married in December last year carried their dog along to the aisle because Gowrang had proposed Vidisha by gifting her the dog. And when the D-day came, they didn’t to leave their pet behind.
According to designer Suneet Varma, “Since love marriages are happening more than arranged marriages, most of them have a love story to share and they want it to be remembered. What could be a better way of remembering the moment than picking up a souvenir on the wedding.”
“Clients come to me asking for customized clutches with the couple’s name embossed on it. Couples want something unique and they want to profess it to the world that they are taken,” he adds.
Psychologist Pulkit Sharma feels that this is very creative and personalized expression of love. “I think the goal should be to please your partner instead of showing off to the world how innovative you were in professing your love. That’s where the line has to be drawn.”