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This Chemistry Inspired Wedding Invite is Sure to Tickle your Funny Bones

Medha Chawla, 15 Dec 2018

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Didn't we all just hate the Chemistry subject in our high schools? The complicated analogy of this subject that revolved around atoms, molecules, covalent bond, etc just bounced off from our heads, making us dread this subject even more! But hey, who knew that this complex subject could share a sizzling chemistry with Indian wedding invites as well! Didn't get us? Well, taking the trend of personalized wedding invites to a new level, a couple from Kerala has left us amazed with their Chemistry-themed wedding invite.

First things first, have a look at this incredibly innovative wedding invitation!

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Source Soorya Nair

The card mentioned the bride and groom as 'two atoms' who were getting married to become a 'molecule'. Hilarious, isn't it? Here's what the invitation card wordings read, "The atoms, Vithun and Soorya have decided to be a molecule with the activation energies from both parents. Requesting your latency with reactants and products on the bonding ceremony. Your presence is the only catalyst we expect."

The chemistry puns didn't end here. The wedding date and venue also had a chemical twist! The wedding date was referred to as a “Reaction On”, the venue was written as a “Laboratory”. And guys, we are not still not done! The card even had a beautiful illustration that represented 'LOVE' in form of a molecular structure.

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The couple, who probably developed their love chemistry over some chemistry classes created this masterpiece which is going viral on the Internet for all right reasons. So, meet the creative souls—Soorya Nair & Vithun Chandra Shekhar.

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This impressive card even grabbed a response from Congress leader Shashi Tharoor. He too couldn't ignore the witty wordplay of the invite and ended up reposting it on his Twitter handle. Much to our delight, he took the word game ahead and congratulated the couple in the aptest way.

"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..," he wrote.

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We're thoroughly impressed by this "perfect chemistry" wedding invite, what are your thoughts?