Mr. Aaron, sir (need some clarification)
I don't like "after two years into their love affair" it sounds like the love affair continued and this happened two years in, but I think you are meaning that their two-year elopement ended after two years with a marriage.
The first statement is true that their love affair continued for two years and then it was culminated into marriage.
How could your parents both belong to middle class families (not "family", both), and still have utterly different castes? Yes, it is true that both belong to middle class families. Both were financially unsound.
This sounds like a perfect time to use the conjunctive adverb "consequently".
...without their parents' consent; consequently, they married in a lowly temple... etc.
Of course, put it in your own words; your writing was superb.
Sorry on the other parts of your questions, but I still don't understand. On the actual question you stated that one was low class and that one was high class, and that they married and became middle class. On this one you said they were both middle class but that both were financially unsound. That sounds like they were from similar--not different--backgrounds.
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