Indian weddings are all about beginning of a special relationship between the bride & groom and their incredible lov- LOL , Indian weddings are just about food, dance, selfies, and wait did I mention food.
India is famous for a lot of things like spicy food, dance, culture, clothes, traditions and you know where you can find all those things at the same time? Indian weddings. On top of all that, Indian wedding isn’t even a one day event. It’s like a test match that goes on for about 5 days with fancy lunch and tea break. Speaking of which, the food, you will find everything there. Samosas? check. Pizzas? check. Gol Gappe? check. Dosa? check. Fat? check.
If you’re going as a guest to the wedding, you will know two people: the bride and the groom. And if you are lucky, you may know the bride’s parents or the groom’s. Now, if you ARE the bride or groom, you’d know like 5-6 people at the wedding: the person you’re marrying, their parents, and yourself. Wait, actually, sometimes you might not even know the person you are marrying. Yep, that’s Indian weddings for ya.
Here are some hilarious tweets that will make you laugh if you have ever been to an Indian wedding!
One thing that makes me cry at weddings is the moment when I'm admiring how beautiful the couple looks & someone says "golgappe khatam".
— pnkj (@AskThePankazzzz) January 22, 2016
When it's your wedding day but someone says 'Jaldi karo biryani khatam hone wali hai'.
— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) May 11, 2017
When you're at a brown wedding, instead of showing everyone having a good time, the camera man zooms in on people eating food
— ThingsBrownPeopleDo (@BrownPeopleDo) October 23, 2017
I'm glad Indian weddings are so long because if you see someone beautiful at one event , you will see them like 2/3 more times atleast.
— Mohammad Zayeem Raza (@muhammadzayeemr) June 22, 2016
Me : I am devastated. My first boyfriend is getting married and didn’t invite me for the wedding
Friend : Ab kya karegi
Me : Saaya hai to shadiyan bahut hain us din. Kisi aur ki shadi main jaakar khana khaungi
— SwatKat- The dancing Rajput 💃 (@swatic12) February 22, 2018
The cutest thing about an Indian wedding is that the couple thinks it's about them.
— Sanjay Manaktala (@smanak) October 9, 2016
Indian weddings have become more of two families showing off their wealth while the guests criticise everything they see.
— VinithaNadarasan (@ZeishaSmiles) August 1, 2017
Girls holding 'I said yes' in desi wedding photoshoots, we all know how much a girl has a say in arrange marriages lol who you kidding.
— mis ani thrope (@DailyVelli) June 7, 2016
An Indian wedding reception must be the happiest day of vanilla ice cream's life.
— Supriya (@supaarwoman) July 30, 2013
Whenever a relative forces me to dance at a wedding. pic.twitter.com/V7gNNygWUJ
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) November 25, 2016
The next time some aunty at a wedding asks "beta aap kab shaadi kar rahe ho", just say "last year ho gayi aunty, mom ne aapko bulaya nahi?"
— Akshar (@AksharPathak) December 11, 2016
10% guests: we are here to bless the couple.
Other 90%: khaana lag gya kya…Us ladki ke kapde toh dekho…yeh pakka Love marriage lagti hai…dowry mein kya de rahe hain!
— Prizza (@RoyalThough) February 11, 2018
* When US waale jija ji enters inside the wedding banquet * pic.twitter.com/d0A7NajuwM
— Hunट₹₹♂ (@nickhunterr) January 24, 2018
When cameraman comes to your table during a wedding lunch.. pic.twitter.com/0BhCkpWUWn
— Vishal (@vichupedia) January 23, 2018
When Punjabi goes to a wedding and got to know that there is no alcohol. pic.twitter.com/pdN0AwVjDZ
— Chaukanna Chor (@DefucktiveHumor) June 7, 2017
When you are both the waiter and the bride at a wedding. pic.twitter.com/66SMlz7eIA
— The-Lying-Lama (@KyaUkhaadLega) May 2, 2017
When somebody asks you to dance at a wedding pic.twitter.com/WbfxOMejZQ
— I have died (@TheKnownymous) April 22, 2017
Mom: Shaadi mei jaa rhe hai, chalega?
Me: nahi jaa sakta kal exa-
Mom: khana bahot acha hoga
Me: suit ke saath red tie pehnu ya blue?
— Charansh (@charansh) November 5, 2016
When relatives spot an unmarried man/woman at a wedding reception. pic.twitter.com/DCqmuxiOmV
— Catty. (@CatWomaniya) December 19, 2016
It is the year 6278.
Mankind has conquered half the galaxy.
In an outstation on the outer rim of the Andromeda galaxy, a wedding ceremony is taking place.
As the groom arrives, the speakers blare "OHO HO HO ISHQ TERA TARPAAWE!"
— Buffetkhor (@MyDixonCider) January 12, 2018
#GrowingUpIndian turning up when the rail gaadi song comes on at wedding functions
— raveena (@WlNTERFLOWERS) July 16, 2015
Attending weddings in Delhi
Getting ready- 1 Hour
Reaching venue, 15 kms away- 3 Hours
Staying at the wedding- 30 mins
Coming back- 3 Hours
— Ra_Bies (@Ra_Bies) December 13, 2015
Indian weddings are insanely fun and the best thing you will do all year long. Feel free to cry if you’re not Indian.