While on one side countless weddings are being postponed, there are couples who are fighting the lockdown to tie the knot with adjustments to accommodate social distancing and other restrictions. In India, many dreams about having a big fat wedding, making the most mind-blowing arrangements and offering mouth-watering food. But, given the current situation such events can put lives in jeopardy. Amid all this, there are brides and grooms, who are ready to delay the wedding and celebrate the most important day of their lives like they always dreamt, but the couples who are adjusting and getting married during the lockdown are winning hearts and inspiring many around them.
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Stories and snaps of some of the couples are floating all around the social media platforms. While some photo showcase brides donning embellished face masks to stay protected from coronavirus, other snaps are featuring intimate ceremonies at houses. Taking to Instagram, one of the pages that focus on wedding planning shared some awe-worthy snaps of a couple who recently tied the knot at their house in the presence of limited family members. Bride Chaitali and groom Nitin Arora seem extremely happy with their nuptials during corona. Clad in a simple yet elegant silk saree, Chaitali is looking every bit of beautiful, whereas her husband Nitin is looking dapper.
On the post, netizens are singing praises of the couple and tagging their loved ones to take a cue. While one wrote, “Every condition gives a new idea to finish the work with happiness,” another user said, “Corona taught us that marriages can happen without "show off and over expenditure.” Another photo of a beautiful bride, Bhavdeep Kaur is being appreciated and shared a lot. In the pictures, which seem to be of her Mehandi ceremony, Bhavdeep can be seen wearing a beautifully beaded lehenga choli. Other than her beautiful couture her custom-designed face mask caught the eyeballs. She is wearing a mustard yellow mask that has the same embellishments as her choli. On the post shared by the same Instagram page, netizens are calling it a new fashion trend that everyone will have to follow in the near future.
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Where there is a will, there is a way, right? Totally! As the country comes to term with new rules and adapts to the ‘new normal’, here is a couple who tied the knot amidst all the chaos but following all the rules and regulations set by the government! . . . . 👉🏻Bride @bhavdeep_kaur 👉🏻Groom @harkaran_singhsta 👉🏻PC @paran_singh_photography . . . . #theshaadiswag #bridesofinstagram #bride #weddinginspiration #weddingpictures #shaadiseason #weddingshoot #love #wedding #indianweddinginspiration #wedding #IndianWedding #happycouple #brideandgroom #married #bridalgoals #weddingbell #lockdown #lockdowndiaries #lockdownwedding
Not just the snaps from her Mehandi ceremony are garnering praises, but the photographs of her nuptials are going viral too.
One of the top Instagram pages of the wedding photos shared snaps from Bhavdeep’s intimate nuptials. The couple can be seen performing rituals and most importantly spreading the message of using sanitisers every time.
“Wow...new fashion trend mask..,” said one user. “Breaks my heart. I really hold this isn’t what the future holds,” wrote another user. One more Instagram page of wedding organisers shared stunning images of the bride donning red face mask that has gotta patti work on it. “Brides in Covid-19 - Recent COVID-19 outbreak is in the process of showing the world to look on all the great things God has done and not focus on negative,” read the post. During the lockdown 4.0 are planning for a complete shutdown only in containment zones. However, large social gatherings will still not be allowed.
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