Aashumita and Aditya – Simple Wedding At the Bride’s Home

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Aashumita and Aditya were in a relationship for over a decade. They got hitched in January 2019 and ‘are enjoying the bliss of marital life more than ever’! Check out their cute love story and simple wedding ceremony with some touching moments…

We met

So, I had called up one of my school friend in 2006, but Aditya answered the phone, since my friend was outside the room.He says that he instantly fell in love with my voice, and that’s how it all started. Initially,we were in a long distance relationship for 3 years.After that most of the times we were in same city.We stood by each other through all ups and downs and have grown together as strong individuals. Most important thing in any relationship is friendship and trust.We don’t keep any secrets from each other. Having lived with each other for 12 years we have only fallen deeper and deeper for each other.Being with each other is what we call ‘Happiness’ and he makes me laugh every single time I am with him.

Wedding planning

We planned our wedding ourselves along help from our family members.As we both hail from different cities,we had our own set of wedding functions at our home. Our wedding was a perfect amalgamation of our dreams,tradition and love.We loved every bit of #theaashyawedding as we had family members who came down from across the globe and friends who stood by us through it all.I was told that I was a very happy bride.I consider myself as one of the luckiest bride as all four of my grand parents attended my wedding (Maternal side and paternal side both).


We had morning Sangeet instead of an evening event, it being peak winter season.I dedicated my performance to my parents as they are the most important for me above anyone else. My Dad also sang ‘Babul ki duyaien leti ja’ song and left everyone wiping tears. My sisters,brothers,neighbours and other family members also performed during the event.


I customized my Bridal mehendi,from”sindoor daan” to our “wedding hashtag” to “Calling Ranchi” with a mobile phone”(where we first spoke on phone) to “varmala scene” to “his name” to “swastika” to “shehnai”.


Usually the bride’s brother does this ritual. Since I only have a younger sister, she did this ritual and everyone supported the decision.


Haldi was super fun,we played Holi and clicked lot of fun pictures.

The Big Day

We gave ‘Team Bride-Pink color badge’ and ‘Team Groom-Blue color badge’ to respective guests. I walked down the aisle with my Mom & Dad (color coordinated) and with my sisters and brothers carrying Rajasthani Umbrella in their hands. (Song in background- ‘Ek dil hai Ek jaan hai’ from movie ‘Padmaavat’. My groom entered on a Traditional Rath.(Song in background- ‘Azeem-o-shaan from movie ‘Jodha Akbar’.


We enjoyed the reception a lot; everyone danced to their hearts’ content. My husband surprised me with his dance performance on ‘Aj se teri- Padman’ song.

Advice for brides-to-be

Planning a wedding can be chaotic but it’s important to sort out all the details in advance and delegate as many tasks as one can. That way, brides can stay calm throughout and enjoy their day.


Sangeet/Mehandi/Haldi/Wedding venue
Bride’s house in Patna
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