Wedding Cards / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
Designs: This is the most important feature to be kept in mind while choosing your invites. The cards can be beautifully embellished with designs of peacocks leaves hearts domes feathers and other detailed patterns. You can also opt for decorative gems and bindis which will further beautify your Islamic wedding cards. Style: Traditional conventional or designer choose a style that best fits your taste and the occasion. Scroll wedding invitations are in high demand these days. These are available in vibrant colors and striking patterns. Calligraphy has been a hot favorite for many years when it comes to printing the content. Then again hand crafted invitations are a perfect for that elegant look.
So the dates are finalized? What about the wedding invitations? Do you plan to keep it simple and conventional or go all out for the modern look? The Nikah or Muslim wedding is the perfect occasion for a grand celebration. Islamic wedding cards are therefore an amalgamation of modernity and tradition that clearly reflect the importance of the occasion. Also known as Shaadi cards or Valima cards these wedding cards are a perfect kick-start to your special day. From the "farmaan" (traditional scroll) to designer cards you have a large variety of Islamic wedding cards to choose from. However there are certain things that you need to consider before choosing the right invitation.
Let us see how you can maintain your budget while selecting your South Indian wedding cards. Budgeting for South Indian Wedding Cards While selecting and finalizing your South Indian marriage cards your budget might fluctuate. There are certain factors that could add to your expenses. Let us see what these factors could be: Paper Quality: It is better to use light and fine quality paper rather than heavy paper. South Indian wedding invitations tend to become expensive when heavy and rich quality paper is used. Color: Try keeping your card simple and stick to a few colors rather than using a huge range of colors. When you use more colors the printing costs tend to rise.