If you thought meeting on Twitter, falling in love and getting married at a gorgeous Twitter-themed wedding was only a story out of one of those millennial movies, you're in for a surprise. An Atlanta couple Anuj Patel and Sumita Dalmia met on Twitter back in 2013.
This is how their conversation first began.
I have an extra ticket for Jazoo this Saturday! Anyone want to join? http://t.co/OBhuIBYUOq— Anuj Patel (@apatel120) September 12, 2013
@apatel120 Do you still have an extra ticket to Jazoo? I'd love to go if you still have it! You don't by any chance have two do you?— Sumita Dalmia (@SumitaDalmia) September 13, 2013
This tweet exchange soon turned into DMs, and then emails, texts and phone calls. After a month of being socially connected, they decided to meet at a food truck park, became friends and a year later, they started dating. How cute!
Their love story is more millennial than the word itself but their wedding is going to have birds circling around your head.
Their social-connect comprised a big portion of the reason they were together, hence, Anuj, proposed to Sumita by organising a Twitter-themed scavenger hunt that led her to various meaningful locations around Atlanta, where a friend would be waiting for another clue.
But what was even more exciting was their Twitter-themed wedding which was a cherry on their Twitter cake. This, they thought, was the best way to tell their story to the guests who were going to come and attend their wedding.
Their wedding guests received this wonderful invite which combined the millennial things with an ethnic touch to it.
Here are some more Twitter-themed cards.
A cage for the Twitter bird? The details that they put together were rather astounding.
And OMG! This cake.
The menu studded some more tweets to their wonderful story.
And these bird cookies which are almost too adorable to eat.
Blue cocktail complimenting the blue bird.
Seating arrangements with hints of finding love on Twitter.
Even the hotel key cards had a picture of the couple with the blue bird on their T-shirt.
Their effort is indeed commendable!
I can't even stop gushing!