Anuraag & Pear’s Indian-Chinese Virtual Wedding Celebration
A virtual wedding celebration allowed all our loved ones to be a part of our multicultural wedding!Anuraag & Pear
The Love story
Pear and I met through our friends. A shared love of travel and food helped escalate the romance. We finally started, what would be a 2 year relationship, when I asked her out in Singapore in Marina Bay Sands. Eventually, that was the same place I asked her to marry me.
The Multicultural Wedding
We had to plan a LOT to organise an Indian and Chinese wedding. We were lucky our families were totally supportive of a multi-cultural celebration and we had a blast (even though it was double the effort) planning it.
Best moments of the multicultural wedding
In a Chinese wedding, the groom along with his groomsmen have to “pass the gate” of her friends. So, we had to do all sorts of dares to get by. Therefore, it was my favourite part of the wedding. On the other hand, the Baraat and Sangeet were Pear’s favourite part with all its madness and fun.
The Virtual Wedding Celebration
Finally, pandemic put a dent on our plans. So, we had to go for a largely virtual wedding celebration. And while we were quite upset about not having the ceremony physically, it was amazing that technology enabled all our loved ones to be present with us on our big day.