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~ Formal invitation to follow ~

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deeps said…
thats so special and wonderful...
raj alakshendra said…
"Sayantan" - who is he :P

We all are coming ... This is going to be a historical wedding !!!
Congratulations to both of you! Your marriage will be a good reunion for us all :)
Unknown said…
@Mann: You still haven't RSVP-ed!
Yes, just did that! It's an awesome idea to have done that contact form. Makes it whole lot easier for the guests,and of course for you
atri said…
Congratulations Shayon .... The website is wonderful..
samik said…
Congratuations Shayon,Sakshi..awesome!
Sakshi said…
@TWM family
Thanks :)

BTW- Guys- RSVP kaun karega??

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