At a time when e-invites are ruling the roost, Indian wedding invitation cards still cling to parchment and mirror work. In fact, Indian wedding invitation cards are being reinvented and are very much in demand because they are unique, quaint and quite rare. It is no exaggeration to say that marriage invites are a matter of pride and honor for many families! Many couples select antique designs and send the elaborately printed cards to their friends and relatives far away.
These days, many Indian families living abroad hold wedding ceremonies outside India, or they rush to India for the ceremony. In such cases, it is important to plan for and print the invitation card ahead of time.
There are two ways in which marriage invites may be designed and printed. The first option is to approach a traditional wedding invitation printing company and get the card printed from them. However, if you live outside India or are looking for a good variety of designs to choose from, this option may not suit your needs. The second alternative is to opt for online wedding invitation card suppliers that specialize in Indian wedding cards. It is important to buy from specialists because traditional Indian wedding cards are steeped in religious and cultural significance. No one can design and create Indian wedding cards better than those who have ample experience doing it.
Indian wedding invitations may be divided into various broad categories:
Religious wedding invitations: Specific designs, colors and styles are preferred by people belonging to different communities. Therefore, there are different invitation cards for the Hindu wedding, the Sikh wedding, the Muslim wedding and so on. However, whether the cards are for a Muslim Nikaah or for the Sikh Anand Karjat, one may expect intricate designs and beautiful ornaments on the wedding card itself. In fact, vibrant colors, traditional designs and rich decoration are a vital and inseparable part of Indian marriage invites.
Interfaith wedding invitations: These wedding cards are becoming more popular with the passage of time as inter-faith marriages are quite new for India. Some of the designs are delightful and quite non-conventional.