Wedding Cards / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
The hosts sometimes also opt for inserts like; 1] Invitation to the engagement which will take place a little before the wedding. 2] Invitation to the various functions like sangeet ceremony mehndi ceremony etc. held a day before the big day. 3] Insert with Directions to the various venues. 4] RSVP cards It is quite common to give gifts with Indian wedding cards to your guests for attending the occasion. Gifts could be perfumes a box of chocolates a bottle of wine flowers etc. which depends on ones budget and creativity. Once you find the ideal Invitation as per your choice and theme the next thing is to decide on the number and finally mode of dispatch. Typically wedding cards in India are hand delivered to the guests in order to give a personal touch to the occasion.
If the venue of the wedding is in a far location you have to include some additional details so the guests will have an idea whether they are going to rent a hotel or not. An RSVP card is also important so you will not have any difficulties with the headcount. You can also include concise and simple directions of the wedding venue. Your wedding cards should be also match the theme of the wedding and include some landmarks so the guests will not have a hard time looking for the location of the wedding. The contact number that you had included in the invitation card can be used in case the guests are cannot find the location. If the guests have not confirmed whether they will be attending the wedding or not you can call them and ask.
Throwing in a silver box to hold the scroll would add a touch of grace to the invite. • Another option is a scroll made up of tissue and pearl cream board paper.Enclosing the scroll in a golden box will give an elegant look to the wedding invite. • If you are looking for something richer in look scrolls made using imported metallic board and tissue paper could prove to be a good option. Enclosing the scroll invite in a box with the image of the baraat engraved on it adds a traditional and graceful look. • To give your invitee an Indian touch a scroll made up of tissue paper and gold card could prove to be a good option. Enwrapping the scroll within a golden case further adds to the traditional look. • The most cheap and efficient one is the scroll made up of handmade paper enclosed in a cream box.