Wedding Cards / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
A wedding is a special event in the life of every individual. Weddings are believed to be made in heaven and celebrated on Earth the would-be bride the bridegroom and their families take every possible measure to make the event as joyous as possible. The celebration begins with the printing of the wedding cards. Since it is the first time that the name of the bride and the bridegroom will appear together on it it is revered. To make it unique and special the best and the most elegant cards are selected. Generally Indian wedding cards have shlokas or mantras written on the card to invoke the Gods. Some also have a picture of Lord Ganesha engraved on the wedding card.
This will allow your guests to do all necessary preparation and mark the date of your special day. This will also prevent any delay when it comes to the schedule of their flights especially if some your guests will are coming from faraway places. Many people think that magnetic wedding invitations have very limited designs but the truth is it varies from designs styles and colors. These magnetic cards can serve as daily reminder for all guests to do something and file a leave at their work to be able for them to attend your wedding. These cards will make your guests feel excited about your upcoming wedding as they see your invitation every day.
These scroll invitations are ideally a great way to set the scene for your dream wedding with an exquisite charm. Features that Make Scroll Wedding Cards Special When you hand over your wedding card to the guest what is the first thing you look for? Attention? Awe factor? So what can be a better way to achieve both than by presenting them a scroll card! Scroll Wedding cards depict your style statement and fashion and also set the stage for a correct first impression of your splendid wedding event. Origin and significance: The history of the Scroll wedding cards can be traced to the imperial ages. There these scroll invitations were used by the kings and other members of the royal family to send across their messages and invitations.