Wedding Cards / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
Be creative modern and dreamy so that youre wedding invitation touches everyones hearts! Even if you have sent your wedding invitation cards in advance you cannot avoid instances where your guests forget about the date because they have lost your wedding invitation cards. This is the worst thing that might happen during your wedding day. No matter how beautiful and expensive your wedding cards maybe it will lose its purpose if it is accidentally lost by your guests. It is possible that half of your guests will not attend you wedding because they have accidentally loss of wedding card. Maybe you think that it is silly to think that way but the truth is you cannot avoid it from happening.
You can also pick from a range of designer cards online. •Get help from wedding card designing experts: This is probably one of the most frequently followed options for would-be couples and their families. These experts provide you everything starting from the lay-out of the card to the congratulatory messages. You just need to tell them your preference and theme of your wedding and consider it done! It is entirely your choice if you wish to seek help from others or you want to carry out every bit of designing your marriage card alone. Whichever way it is make sure that the real message behind this wedding invitation is conveyed by you and your well wishers.
It denotes the human body the mango leaves represent the five senses and the water symbolizes the elixir of life. Due to all these features it is printed on wedding invitations for a good omen in weddings. Jaimala- Symbol of tranquility & Holiness The Jaimala is actually the garland exchange ceremony during the wedding. It is an epitome of a new start for the bride and groom. To symbolize it in the wedding cards the pictorial representation of Jaimala is used on them. Doli- logo of a New Beginning The Doli is basically a carriage with four bamboo poles used to carry the bride when she heads towards the grooms house. It is the traditional style which is rarely used in the modern Hindu marriage.