Wedding invitations Indian
When it comes to Indian wedding invites, you want something special for your wedding day. Something that will surprise and delight your guests. Something that expresses the love and joy of the happy couple. Something that reflects the significance of this proud cultural celebration. It takes elegance and creativity to create perfect invitations that capture the spirit of an Indian wedding. You can personalize each invite with unique designs, colours, font styles, quotes, poems and memories from both families. The goal is to create a timeless memento of this truly special day that your loved ones can keep for years to come.
Wedding invitations should reflect the uniqueness of the couple and be a showcase for their style and personality. Indian weddings are all about grandeur, beauty and culture; from venue to decorations, clothing, rituals and food. So why not make your Indian invites just as special, with designs that exude Indian flair? From vibrant hues to ethnic motifs, an Indian-inspired invite is sure to capture guests’ attention in a way standard formats can’t. Choose something that reflects your personalities rather than settling for cookie cutter options. Create an unforgettable first impression of what’s to come.
Bring out the best of both worlds – modern styling with traditional integral elements to make your guest’s experience a memorable one. Design distinctive wedding invites that will be treasured and remembered long after the ceremony is over.
One of the first things you need to establish is whether you have a theme for your wedding and if so, will that follow through to the invites. This is really important as some couples would like the theme to be consistent for all their upcoming wedding events.
Wedding invitations Indian style
Indian weddings are known for their vibrant colours, intricate designs, and elaborate ceremonies. As such, Indian marriage invitations often reflect these elements in their design. From traditional paper cards to modern digital versions, there are a variety of options available when it comes to choosing the perfect Indian wedding invitation.
Paper invitations are the most popular choice for Indian weddings. They come in a variety of styles and colours and often feature intricate designs and motifs. Many couples opt for a traditional card with an ornate border, while others choose to go for something more modern and minimalistic. The paper can also be printed with gold or silver foil, adding a touch of luxury to the invitation.
Wedding cards Indian design
Many suppliers will have a range of invitation cards available on their website, in their shop or within their portfolios. What happens when you would like to customise a design according to your requirements? At CardFusion, we offer various customisable options, including changing card colours, changing envelope colours, digital printing, various foiling options and more. Here are some extra suggestions that you may find useful:
- Why not look at different floral elements both on your outer cover invites and inserts
- Look at using a stylish font for focal points such as the names’ of the couple and the heading (wedding, reception, civil etc)
- Use Indian wedding card motifs for the different events i.e. using henna or paisley designs for your Mehndi insert
Choosing an Indian wedding invitation card
When it comes to creating the perfect Indian wedding cards, there are a few key elements to keep in mind.
First, you want to make sure that your invitations reflect the unique style and personality of the couple. Choose vibrant colours and ethnic motifs that will capture guests’ attention.
Second, incorporate traditional elements into your design such as quotes, poems or memories from both families. This will help create a timeless memento of this special day.
Third, consider modern styling with traditional integral elements to make your guest’s experience a memorable one.
Finally, don’t forget to include all the necessary information such as date, time and location of the ceremony so that your guests can plan accordingly.
By following these steps you can create beautiful wedding invitations that will be treasured for years to come!
Wedding invitation Indian wording
When it comes to wedding cards, there is a wide range of wordings and layouts available. From traditional Hindu, Sikh and Muslim ceremonies to modern contemporary weddings, there are many options for couples to choose from.
For traditional Hindu weddings, the invitation card typically includes a shloka or mantra in Sanskrit, along with the names of the bride and groom and their parents. The card may also include details of the wedding ceremony, such as the date, time, and venue. The card may also include a brief description of the rituals that will be performed during the ceremony.
For Sikh weddings, the invitation card typically includes a shabad or hymn in Gurmukhi, along with the names of the bride and groom and their parents. The card may also include details of the Anand Karaj ceremony, such as the date, time, and venue. The card may also include a brief description of the rituals that will be performed during the ceremony.
For Muslim weddings, the invitation card typically includes an Arabic verse from the Qur’an or Hadith, along with the names of the bride and groom and their parents. The card may also include details of the Nikah ceremony, such as the date, time, and venue. The card may also include a brief description of the rituals that will be performed during the ceremony.
For modern contemporary weddings, couples can choose from a variety of wordings and layouts for their invitation cards. They can opt for simple yet elegant designs or more elaborate ones with intricate details. Couples can also add personal touches to their invites.
Fortunately we have a range of downloaded wedding wordings, which has a range of layouts and also a range of symbols available. Click on the below:
Wedding invitation Indian English
Indian wedding invitation RSVP
We usually advise our customers to include any RSVP details on their actual invites and not to go ahead and purchase separate RSVP cards. The main reason for this is down to costings. Customers not only have to pay for the RSVP card, they have to purchase envelopes, which would be pre-stamped. Having the RSVP information (e-mail address and / or contact number) on the Indian marriage card is sufficient as most people would have access to email or a phone.
Some customers may opt to use a specialist website and ask their guests to RSVP directly on the website. One that we have seen a few times is:
Indian wedding reception invitation templates
Indian wedding receptions are some of the most beautiful and vibrant celebrations in the world. From the colourful decorations to the delicious food, these events are truly a sight to behold. But before you can enjoy all of this, you need to make sure that your guests have been invited!
When it comes to Indian wedding reception invitations, there are many different templates available for you to choose from. Have a look at some of our templates:
Using the above link, you will be able to see Indian wedding reception invitation wording samples for brides and grooms.
Wedding invitations Indian and Save the Dates
Save the dates play an important role in setting the tone for the event. Wedding invites are typically sent out several months in advance of the big day, giving guests plenty of time to plan their travel arrangements and make sure they can attend.
We have a range of designs available on our website. View our various wedding invitations: