Indian wedding

Brides and grooms these days try as many as unusual ways to make weddings more memorable and special.

While many spend quite a lot of money for wedding invitation cards, a Mumbai-based couple has opted for a simple yet unusual wedding card — something that does not even give the impression of being an invitation!

The invite looks like a medicine box named "foreverfloxacin" with two strips of "tablets" in it. Interestingly, instead of tablets, the strips have almonds, and the venue, time and other details of the wedding reception are mentioned instead of a description.

The bride and the groom's names — Bhoomi and Jigar  are also written like chemical formulae seen in the periodic table, with their respective atomic numbers!

The photos of the wedding invitation have started doing the rounds of social media. However, the venue details of the reception have been blurred out. The couple will tie the knot on 6 January.

Read the content of the interesting wedding invitation card here:

A wedding is being formulated & you are invited!

With the heavenly blessings of

Late Mr. Manilal Popatlal Savla

Mrs. Sushila Savla

Requests your presence for the

Reception Celebrations

of their granddaughter,

With high levels of Oxytocin (the love molecule)

To celebrate the perfect chemistry &

Bless the formation of this new bond between

Bh O O M I
&D/o Seema & Harshit Savla

J I Ga R

S/o Late Kirtida,

Neeta & Nilesh Solanki

On 6th January 2016, 7 pm onwards 

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