Understanding Your Options in Indian Wedding Cards

Will you or your child be celebrating a wedding? Looking for a way to tie a modern ceremony in with Indian cultural traditions? If so, Indian wedding cards can be an ideal option. Of course, wedding invitations are quite common today, so it’s important to understand the options available to you, as well as what makes an ideal Indian wedding card in the first place.


One of the first things you’ll want to consider is the style of the wedding card selection. All cards should include more than just a touch of elegance. Look for paper with metallic finishes to add a lovely luster, as well as laser cut lace-like designs to add style. A touch of natural materials, such as jute cord, adds a lovely counterpoint to the overall design.

Cultural Tie-Ins

When it comes to Indian wedding cards, you certainly want something that will stand out from the crowd of mass-produced cards. This can be done with cultural tie-ins. For instance, a lovely card with a Ganesh ji logo at the bottom connects directly with Indian culture. Another option would be to have a Ganesh ji image embossed on the side of the card so that it is highly visible, leaving no doubt about the cultural connection, but still offering stunning style and beauty.


Another thing to consider is the level of customization available with the card. Can you add the initials of the bride and groom to the card? Will this detract from the overall aesthetic, or will the initials be embossed or printed with the same style and the same design as other embellishments on the card? Can you add other symbols or embellishments to the card to truly make it the couple’s own?

Quality Matters

When it comes to choosing Indian wedding cards, quality is of paramount importance. Make sure that the cards you order are made from very high-quality, heavy bond paper. Likewise, any other accouterments should be of high quality – thick jute cord, real gold-leaf, and laser cut designs not only serve to help the card stand out, but also to hold up to wear and tear. It’s about the appearance of wealth and quality as much as it is about announcing the wedding itself.

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