Wedding Invites / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
Like every year The National Stationery Show (the largest trade show in North America) has recently taken place in New York. Hundreds of exhibitors and buyers have come to this show from different places across the world. Amongst the various items one of the most popular has been scroll wedding cards. The show for the next year will be held in May 2011. There are different options available when choosing a scroll wedding invitation. The cards vary according to the materials from which these are made. The things commonly used to make these are velvet handmade paper and vellum paper. One can also have tailor-made ones to make the invitation look unique and special. Each card is hundred percent customizable as per the requirement of an individual and can be used for any religion or community. From ages scroll invitations have been a symbol of elegance and royalty.
The wedding brought together friends and supporters from as far back as Shahnazs childhood. A Muslim Wedding incorporates ardent religious ceremonies as well as social celebrations on a grand scale. Muslim society observes the wedding ceremony as a fundamental once in a life time activity that deserves royal celebration. Muslim wedding invitations are given for two special events namely Nikah and Valima. While the cards for the former occasion are ordered by the brides family the latter are done by that of the grooms. The Muslim wedding cards are also popularly known as "shaadi cards". Like all Indian wedding cards these range from simple to vibrant and sophisticated ones.
The first page describes the date of marriage and other details of the venue. By just going through an Indian wedding card you will be able to judge the opulence and grandeur of the wedding. These are also made highly decorative with gold prints and rhinestones. At some of the grand weddings along with the card the couples family also makes sure they distribute gifts to the invitee. Dealers of Indian cards tap customers who are simple and also the ones who are sophisticated and want to have elegant and exclusive Indian cards. They accordingly either increase or decrease the price range. There are cards in India that range from ten rupees to hundred rupees. Depending on the quality of the card and printed material there are price variations.