Move Over Priyanka-Nick, Deepika-Ranveer and Isha-Anand Expensive Weddings, This Pakistani Man’s Rs. 20,000 Ceremony Is Winning Internet’s Hearts
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The end of 2018 has been too much for us. The moment you open your Instagram, all you see are the more and more extravagant weddings of your favourite stars. Each one is the benchmark for expensive celebrations! Nuptial ceremony is supposed to be the happiest day of your life, and it certainly does not mean that it has to be the most costly. Our favourite stars Priyanka-Nick, Deepika-Ranveer, Isha-Anand’s wedding was all over the internet, who kept the traditional ceremonies a private affair and receptions a gala time. Putting up the traditions but flouting the trend, a Pakistani man’s story of his simple wedding only with a budget of 20,000 Pakistani rupees (approximately Rs. 10,000) is the new-found love for the netizens. Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’ Wedding in The Simpsons’ World! This Artwork Is Going Viral on Instagram. 

In the age of expensive wedding pictures flooding across social media platforms, this sure is a breath of fresh. Twitter user Rizwan Pehelwan’s pocket-friendly budget wedding has impressed the netizens. In his thread, he described how he set a budget of a minimum amount for his nuptial ceremony before moving into the details. Isha Ambani-Anand Piramal Wedding: Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan Serve Food to Guests. 

“My guest list had 25 names: friends and parents,” adding that he decided his terrace for the wedding venue.

Easy wedding plan!

He ends his thread, "Big or small, all weddings should just be HAPPY."

Since, being posted on Twitter, his thread has collected thousands of likes, and the count is still on. Twitterati cannot agree more. His idea of a simple yet beautiful wedding has won the hearts.

Love and heartfelt wishes began to pour all over.

Although, Rizwan did not share any inside pictures, his frequent updates on the micro-blogging site are all that we needed. His idea has once again proved that a ceremony could be beautiful and affordable. If you like the tradition of big-fat weddings, keep it. If you do not, skip it! There is so much freedom for you to decide what you truly want.