This couple's mutual love for animals brought them together and they haven't looked back ever since. Pallavi and Ajay's relationship started off on a heated note and they end up fighting!These two met in junior college. Ajay was a senior and was heading the annual fest when he sternly asked Pallavi to leave the premises for being a nuisance and distracting others from work by engaging them in futile conversations! After this they didn't interact at all and life took them to different parts of the world. About 10 years post the first meeting, Ajay got in touch with Pallavi on Facebook thanks to her incessant-spamming with posts on animal welfare and pets. Yay Facebook! Soon they realized that they got along like a house on fire, and they bonded over quite a few things. During this they decided to meet and have never looked back ever since. Pallavi says that they haven't gone longer than 2 days without seeing each other. They knew that neither one of them would find a love like this elsewhere and decided to move to another city for work. Their parents insisted that they get married and they gladly agreed! This wedding happened in Mumbai and the couple had a clear-cut idea about how they wanted their wedding to be conducted. The wedding ceremony was planned in such a way that both Tamil and Maharashtrian cultures mingled beautifully in the ceremonies. Ajay's friends in particular were more than friends and helped them plan everything for the wedding. Each one took the onus of different sections. The hair-styling, make-up, and clothes were taken care of by one friend while another took care of food, return gifts / wedding favours. This helped them manage all the preparations for the wedding without any stress. Kudos to Ajay's friends for helping them find all wedding related service providers like caterers, Mehndi artist, Decorators, Wedding apparel, Hair stylist, etc.. Our Marathi bride Pallavi, adorned one of the finest silk sarees. Her perfect navari look is to die for. Her traditional Solah Shringar , Bridal Nath, golden choker necklace, jhumkas, mundavalya, & navari shalu was paired amazingly well. All the colour combinations were delightful. Her Marathi bridal saree captivated the hearts of everyone present and Pallavi looked ravishing. She stood true to her Maharashtrian roots and wore the signature crescent bindi, perfectly nailing the Marathi bridal look. Ajay in his light brown kurta, matched his dhoti with Pallavi's saree. All in all, this super couple rocked their traditional looks. Ajay and Pallavi had a blast planning their wedding, everything from the flowers to the clothes.