That day was supposed to be the happiest day of the couple’s life, but it was the worst day for them.
Mirwais and Rehana’s wedding in the Afghan capital, Kabul, last year was the target of ISIS suicide bombers.
The attack also killed more than 90 invited guests.
The couple lost their close relatives and friends.
Meanwhile the attack had a profound impact on their mental health.
This week marks the first anniversary of the attack.
For the first time, Rehana, an 18 year old woman, opened her voice over what happened that day.
“Every night I have nightmares,” he told the BBC. “I was crying and I couldn’t sleep.”
The crowd worried him, as was traveling by car.
The couple’s marriage was targeted because they come from the Shiite minority in Afghanistan, which considers ISIS a heretical group.
ISIS militants have launched repeated attacks on the Shia community in recent times.
For Rehana and Mirwais, the trauma from the attack was exacerbated when a number of relatives and friends accused them of being responsible for the bloody incident.
“One day I was shopping and I met a woman who lost her relative at my wedding,” Mirwais recalls.
“He called me a murderer.”
Some of the victims’ families have begun to view the couple as “enemies”, said Mirwais.
The man who works as a tailor has closed his shop because of the accusations.
Rehana was also targeted, with many claiming that if the couple had never married, the attack would not have occurred.
“Everyone blames me for what happened,” he said quietly.
“I just kept quiet and didn’t say anything.”
For Rehana and Mirwais, the riots that occurred forced them to face their own experiences again.