The picture of a couple and what was written on their marriage banner that got people reactions
The goal of several future couples is to have a memorable wedding experience, and to accomplish it, couples go extra mile to make their wedding day stand out.
Although many are putting additional effort into their wedding cake's richness and design, some are paying more attention to dressing up in the best attire.
Likewise, getting a wedding banner is now also a trending event for couples to make their experience a colorful one.
However, just as a marriage banner is fine, in order not to transfer the wrong message, the content written inside is also significant.
There is an inscription on their wedding banner for the wedding to be held on November 27th, which has prompted many people to speak on Twitter.
The controversial inscription reads: "The daughter of the permanent secretary, ministry of education, traditional wedding"
Many people that reacted on the post, says that the inscription shouldn't be necessary
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