Wedding Cards / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
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.
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.
All these factors may mean a lot when choosing perfect invitation cards for you. Following are the top three tips on choosing Hindu invitation program: Designs - Hindu invitation cards come in different designs. Traditional cards feature embroidery works. You can also customize these cards and use hand-painted drawing in these cards. Some cards are available with colorful rhinestones and beads. One good idea is to compare among several program to choose a design that goes well with your budget and wedding theme. Religious Icons - Whether or not to use religious icons in the marriage card is something that you need to consider. Traditionally Hindu invitation cards features icons of Hindu gods and/or goddesses such as Shiva Parvati and Ganesha.