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.

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This is how their conversation first began.

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! 

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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. 

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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. 

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Their wedding guests received this wonderful invite which combined the millennial things with an ethnic touch to it. 

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 Here are some more Twitter-themed cards.

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A cage for the Twitter bird? The details that they put together were rather astounding. 

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And OMG! This cake. 

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The menu studded some more tweets to their wonderful story.

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And these bird cookies which are almost too adorable to eat.

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 Blue cocktail complimenting the blue bird.

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Seating arrangements with hints of finding love on Twitter. 

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Even the hotel key cards had a picture of the couple with the blue bird on their T-shirt. 

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Their effort is indeed commendable!  

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 I can't even stop gushing!