Marriages are no more about two people, the food, the grandeur, venue, decoration and everything else plays an important role. When it comes to Indian Weddings, everyone wishes to have the best of possible. Amongst every aspect involved with preparing for the Wedding Day, the Indian Invitation Card plays a vital role as it is the first impression a guest will get of your upcoming functions - make it special. Amongst our Indian Invitation cards, we have Hindu Wedding Cards, Muslim Wedding Cards and Sikh Wedding Cards. We also provide a range of Hindu Wedding Wordings, Sikh Wedding Wordings, Wedding Reception Wordings and Civil Ceremony Wordings which can be used together with our Indian Wedding Invitations.
Indian Wedding Invitation cards usually feature vibrant and vivid colours such as bright Red, Gold and Royal Blue. Some symbols that are usually associated with Indian Wedding Invites when a religious symbol is not required are peacocks, elephants, feathers, umbrellas. The reason why these symbols are popular choices is because they look beautiful when colour has been added to them.
Our Hindu wedding invitations usually include a Ganeshji symbol, who is the remover of all obstacles. Ganeshji is called upon at all aspects of the various ceremonies, including the wedding ceremony, the civil ceremony and the mandap muhurat. Many people also hold a Ganesh puja, a ceremony dedicated to Lord Ganesh.
Our Sikh wedding invitations usually have an Khanda or Il Onkar symbol. The Khanda symbol represents some of the fundamental concepts of Sikhism. The Il Onkar symbol translates directly to 'There is Only One God'.
A popular symbol for the Islamic (Muslim) wedding invitation invitations is the Bismillah. Bismillah translates directly to "In the name of God".
We use high quality card stock for our Indian Wedding Cards, with many invitations offering a pearlised shimmer effect. They have a grand look and feel to them, which will leave your guests impressed.