Marriages are celebrated in grand way where all friends and extended family members are cordially invited. Traditionally all guests are invited through wedding invitation card. As soon as the wedding date and venue have been finalized the foremost task is to get the wedding cards ready and send it across to the guests. In earlier times, tradition was to in for simple invites, but at present wedding cards have found interesting and sometimes outlandish innovations.We do arrange for designer Invitation cards for wedding, anniversaries and other occasions. We arranged for such beautiful designs of Indian marriage invitation cards which enhances the richness of your dream wedding.
Purpose of Wedding Cards
In its essence a Wedding Card or invite is a programme card, which specifies the date, time and venue of all the auspicious wedding events. Traditionally this is accepted as a cordial way of inviting friends and relatives. It is considered imperative that wedding card be well-designed and printed so that it extends a warm invitation and lures people to attend the wedding. Given well in advance for the wedding, invitation cards help guests to make proper arrangement for participation in wedding ceremonies.
Patterns Used in Traditional Wedding Card
Traditional and most widely used pattern in Indian Wedding Cards are the religious motives of Lord Ganesha, Om, Swastik, Palki or doli, Kalash with coconut etc. Of these, image of Lord Ganesha is highly popular and still an important part of the wedding card. Terracotta Ganesha painted silver and adorned with a floral border is a much sought after pattern in present times. In South India, wedding invites bearing deities of Tirupathi richly designed on maroon background with dangling tassels are very much in vogue.
The Muslim wedding cards usually have embossed writings from the Koran or depict a holy mosque embellished with ornamental borders. While the Christian wedding invites are usually simple. They usually bear the traditional symbols of love and commitment like a bride and a groom holding hands or wedding bells, flowers and bouquets, wedding rings etc.