5 types of wedding memes that sum up our feelings this shaadi season

Indian weddings are not just about two families coming together. They inspire a lot of memes all the time. Here are 5 types you should not miss.

 |  3-minute read |   20-04-2022
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As the wedding season continues, everyone’s social media is loaded with people dressed in shiny clothes. After the much-talked-about Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt wedding, we see cousins of cousins, friends of friends and some chacha ke mausa ki behen ki beti getting married. Many are happy attending a normal wedding after two long years; while introverts are tired of meeting too many people at a wedding.

As half of the world is busy getting married or attending one, the other half is busy roasting one. Under all that glitter, if you have space for anything, they are memes. Here are a few that describe every wedding.

If you are struggling with this long Wednesday, we have some funny wedding memes that can beat your midweek blues.

5 TYPES OF WEDDING MEMES YOU MUST SEE RN

1. THE NEWLYWEDS

Newlyweds are trolled every year for something or the other. All newlyweds, please don’t be upset. We know life is tough after the whole wedding saga, but a little bit of humour never hurts. These may help pass the tough phase.

Here are some of the best ones:

2. THE FOODIE MEMER

Indian weddings are all about food in a million forms and in unlimited quantity. Every uninterested attendant at a wedding is there for food.

Quite often:

The amount of attention the food at a wedding gets is far more than the amount of attention the couple gets. In the past, many weddings have been called off because of some faults in the food arrangements.

Therefore, memes around food at weddings deserve a separate point. Take a look at these:

3. ROASTING CELEB WEDDINGS

First, everyone waits for pictures from the big celeb wedding. Then the pictures go viral and everyone is done judging them.

Then comes the final part: the memes. Pictures from every celeb wedding are used to create the best memes. Here are a few from the recent Ranbir-Alia wedding:

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4. MEMES ON RELATIVES

Every unmarried individual is a soft target at an Indian wedding. You will hear a variety of questions if you are one. And memes inspired by those scenarios get relatable with each read.

Not just unmarrieds, the different characteristics of relatives also insipre the meme-making industry to make more and more of them.

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5. INTROVERTS AT THE WEDDING

Imagine introverts at a Indian wedding surrounded by all desi relatives asking the weirdest questions. Well, it is funny (and a tad bit annoying) even in imagination.

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Varsha Vats Varsha Vats @varshavats19

Varsha Vats believes in unbiased journalism, and loves writing on health, lifestyle, food, entertainment and anything other than politics. She is a Senior Sub editor at DailyO.

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