They sat in the same room a few weeks into their freshman year; across a few tables, some musky chairs and in a room neither felt truly compelled to be in. Both Mamata and Kumar were members of the Golden Key Honour Society at the University of Maryland College Park which meant they were both smart and provided they attended meetings they both received scholarships. But Mamata was yearning to hang out with friends at the university quad while Kumar simply wanted to be anywhere but there.
Yet as the night progressed they caught each others eye and the evening seemed more bearable as Kumar took a leap of faith and introduced himself. A few words of courtesy turned into a spark that ignited their relationship as Mamata and Kumar start hanging out casually and as nights where dinner with friends ended up with the two of them alone and enjoying each others company they knew they had something special. Meetings to the Golden Key Honour Society seemed to become the highlight of their evenings as they were able to reconnect and reminisce.
Their relationship started in College Park, transcended to Baltimore and moved to Philadelphia as they both pursued the same career and fate kept them together the entire time. Their inseparable love became evident to anyone who met them as they finished each others sentences, always held hands and never left the other one not smiling.
Surrounded by their closest friends Mamata and Kumar got married at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly Virginia. Their outdoor Indian wedding was adorned with stunning flowers in pastel colors with beauty and grace that transfixed the eye of the viewer. Their reception was just as stunning as family and friends danced the night away in honor of the beautiful couple making the night one to never forget.