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.
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.
The Nazi symbol is a tilted version of Swastika. The Swastika symbol is an epitome of good fortune and prosperity and means- Everything is good or May good prevails. It also symbolizes four different directions sun movement and change. It denotes stability and firmness and is used with a Kalash on Hindu wedding cards. Kalash- emblem of purity and divinity The Kalash holds a predominant significance in Hindu culture. It is a water vessel containing mango leaves and a coconut at the mouth of the vessel. Lord Varuna- the God of oceans is invoked while filling it with water. In Hindu culture the Kalash is regarded as a hallmark for wealth and the source of life.