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This Couple Canceled Their Big Wedding—& They Just Posted the Confession the World Can’t Ignore

Let’s face it. Lots of us ladies have been dreaming about the lavish, over-the-top, fairy-tale wedding since we were making veils out of toilet paper and bouquets out of our mom’s rose bushes (or maybe that’s just me).

Shehzaan and Zainab Chunara were on the same “big fancy wedding” track themselves, until a bitter reality brought them both from cake-tasting cloud 9 back to earth. Something started to make them feel incredibly guilty, and they had to get it off their chests.

In seeing the poverty plaguing the world around them, they simply could not find it in themselves to spend the nearly $30,000 that it costs for the average wedding these days.

“We began tallying up expenses and started to think it wasn’t worth putting that much money toward something that would only last a few days,” Shehzaan told TODAY.com. “We wanted to use the money for something that will have a lasting impact.”

So instead, the 24-year-old couple decided they would donate the money saved up for their wedding fund to the Aga Khan Foundation, an organization whose mission is to eradicate poverty through investing in “education, infrastructure and self-sustaining communities around the world.”

Shehzaan and Zainab ChunaraCourtesy of Shehzaan Chunara

“Until you see it, you don’t know how good you have it,” said Zainab. She lived in India until she was twelve and has seen the devastating effects of poverty firsthand.

“I’ve seen poverty up close and it’s extremely heart-wrenching,” her husband added. “We felt like it was the right thing to do to give someone an opportunity to have clean water, an education and a roof over their head.”

Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey Straeter
Kelsey is an editor at Outreach. She’s passionate about fear fighting, freedom writing, and the pursuit of excellence in the name of crucifying perfectionism. Glitter is her favorite color, 2nd only to pink, and 3rd only to pink glitter.

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