What comes to mind when you think of wedding invitation cards? Back in the day, they were merely a formality and so, most of them had a basic simple feel. But a lot has changed with time. In contrast, today, the invitations are more or less just as elaborate as the weddings itself. And we certainly have seen some extremely extravagant cards in the recent past. Anyone remembers the much talked about Isha Ambani wedding invite? So, now there is a chemistry wedding invitation which is becoming nearly as popular.
Yes, you’ve read that right. A chemistry teacher from Kerela has come up with a rather interesting wedding invite. So interesting that it piqued the interest of the eloquent Shashi Tharoor along with many others.
Soorya Nair, the chemistry teacher’s wedding invitation most certainly is unique and innovative. It summarizes the chemistry between the couple through chemical notations. No wonder it is going viral on the internet right now.
Check out the chemistry wedding invitation below.
First comes the wedding announcement:
Second, a closer look into their bond:
And finally, chemistry unites them:
Well, well, well! This certainly is one heck of a creative invite, don’t you think so?
Soon after the groom posted this, someone tweeted about the invitation and tagged Shashi Tharoor along. And Tharoor found it to be so interesting that he could not resist waking the science nerd inside him.
Here’s Shashi’s tweet about the chemistry wedding invitation:
Wishing them all the best for a happy married life! May the chemistry between them always sparkle, the physics feature more light than heat, and the biology result in bountiful offspring….! https://t.co/Y6aYMjFsPi
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) December 13, 2018
Hilarious isn’t it? Well, the Kerela MP is never short on words. However, this not only quirky comment on the post. This is what some of the other tweets went like:
Here’s hoping that these atoms bond strongly, LOL!
May the atoms bond strongly with both Ionic Bonding….
— Arvind Khanijo (@ArvindKhanijo) December 13, 2018
Thermodynamic stability! What?
May these atoms achieve thermodynamic stability📉
— Indian (@netanyahu12a) December 13, 2018
Talking about the post-wedding reactions!
Brilliant. Reaction should be in the evening, it is only the apparatus set up that happens at 12:25pm. LoL
— Khaali Peeli (@KhaaliPeeli1) December 13, 2018
Seems like someone wants a balanced equation!
May God bless them with the wisdom to balance the equation. 🙂
— Sandy (@tobesandy) December 13, 2018
So, what did you think of the chemistry wedding invitation? Would you ever want to go for something just as quirky?