Wedding Invites / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
Select your card based on your budget. Those with budget constraints can opt for simple cards having modest designs. Those with high budget can opt for special graphics expensive designs and good quality paper. After zeroing on a budget the next step that comes is selecting the design. The traditional as well as the contemporary ones have umpteen options available. The traditional Indian wedding cards had a red string on the border of the card with the picture of the betel leaf and a picture or idol of Lord Ganesha placed on it in the center. Some cards had the picture of a palki and baraat in the center and Lord Ganesha engraved on the top. Green red orange golden saffron yellow were the colors used in traditional Indian wedding cards.
After all it is your wedding and you want everything to be perfect and one of a kind. Planning a wedding can be very stressful because of the many things that you have to do and prepare. Despite the hassle you will also treasure the memories that go with the preparation. Keep yourself organized and collected. To get yourself started decide how much you are going to spend for your nuptials and how many people you are going to invite. It is essential that you keep a checklist with you so that you will be guided on what to do next where to go and so on. If you decide to personalize your wedding invitations and wedding cards make sure that you enjoy doing them and let your creativity come out.
The line after that has the name of the to-be bride and the bridegroom with the name of the grandparents below that. Towards the end the words "With Best Compliments" with the names of close relatives is mentioned. Indian weddings are full of grandiose and flamboyance. It has lot of splendor and bright colours. These radiant colours are supposed to bring lot of good luck and love to the newly married couple. Every Indian wedding begins with Indian cards. The couple or the family of the couple decides on the cards and the task is not all that easy. There is a variety to choose from when it comes to Indian cards. Depending on your budget and tastes you may want to go in for either simple cards or articulate cards with pictures of gods and this is supposed to be good and holy. Lord Ganesha is the god who is worshiped before worshiping any other God and this photo appears in many of the Indian cards.