The world stands still, the roads are empty, the skies are clear, the markets are empty, nobody is shopping for their wedding trousseau, and nobody is getting married in a big fat wedding since the Pandemic fell over.
But after the government has given some relief for people to get married in the presence of upto 50 people, rather than waiting any further, we are seeing a lot of couples getting married at home in a small wedding.
Such is the story of Isha and Tushnik who got engaged in June, last year and had been together for 4 years now. They were planning for their big day for the past 3 years, and wanted their dream wedding to be the most memorable one with lots of dancing and band baaja! But who knew having an intimate lockdown wedding would prove to be the best decision of their lives?
The couple was supposed to get married on 18 April, but because of the nationwide lockdown, that began in March, they thought it might be possible to get married after the first lockdown i.e. April 14.