Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh had previously announced that he is tying the knot with Bollywood actress Hazel Keech, and now they have designed their wedding cards with a cricket-humour theme. What’s even more interesting is the name on the card which says, “‘Yuvraj and Hazel Premier League.’ Loving it, sirji!”
Designers Sandy and Kapil Khurana have left no stones unturned to make the grand wedding an even more memorable one. With just days left for the auspicious occasion, the preparations are in full swing.
The face of the wedding cards consists of caricatures of the cricketer and his fiancé making humorous statements which is in a way hilarious and quite witty as well.
It is learnt as per reports that the couple wanted to do something special and humorous and so the designers came up with this unique idea. “They wanted to do something different and fun, so the invite will feature both of them and there will be a lot of cartoons and illustrations,” said the designers.
As per the reports of The Times of India, there will be a wedding in Chandigarh on November 30 which will be followed by another wedding a few days later as per Hindu rituals in Goa on December 2 during which their friends from Mumbai will be invited.
Regarding the attractive wedding cards, designer Kapil Khurana said, “We are going with the same concept for the Goa wedding invites also. But since the Chandigarh wedding will be traditional, the card is white with gold embossing.”
That’s not all. The sangeet will be held on December 5th followed by the reception a couple of days later at a farmhouse in Chhatarpur, near Delhi. To make things even more special, the bride and the groom have personally selected the wedding ‘mithais’ and ‘gifts.’
Yuvraj Singh is having a dream run in the on-going Ranji trophy and is still trying to make the cut for the One-day International squad. The stylish left-hander is by far one of the best all-rounders the country has ever seen and also played pivotal roles in India’s World T20 triumph in 2007 and ICC World Cup winning campaign in 2011.