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Common Features Of Hindu Wedding Invitation Cards

Common Features Of Hindu Wedding Invitation Cards by parekhcards 25/11/2014 at 12:00

India is a nation of diversity. Every few kilometers, the culture, tradition and heritage changes. Read to know a few common aspects that are common in most Hindu Wedding Invitation Cards.

Religious Symbols

Hindus believe in deities like Lord Vishnu, Lord Shiva, Lord Ganesha, Lord Kartikeya, Goddess Laxmi, Goddess Saraswati and Ma Durga. The deities Ganesha and Laxmi are regarded as harbingers of luck and wealth. The symbols of these deities are very common in wedding invitations.

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They also have some common Hindu symbols on wedding cards. These include the Swastika, the symbol of Aum and the symbol of joined hands. These are added to make the occasion spiritual and holy.

Blessings Of Parents

Hindus regard parents as representatives of God and that is the reason why they regard blessings of parents very important. Most Hindu cards include text that reflects blessings of parents and guardians. They sometimes even include blessings of late parents. This is a tradition followed among Hindus all over India.

Wedding Card Themes

The young couple like to have unique theme for their weddings. The wedding theme decides the decor and the arrangement for the wedding. If you have selected a particular theme for the wedding, select wedding cards that blend with the theme you have picked.

Color Choices

Hindus usually select vibrant and bright colors for their wedding cards. They opt for shades like red, yellow, cream, rich purple, shades of violet, orange, lavender and pink.

Designs of Wedding Cards

Wedding cards are available in many unique designs and patterns. Some designs are very common to Indian wedding cards.

Scroll wedding card design is very common for Hindu wedding invitations. Many people also go for fan shaped wedding cards. Envelopes are common among Indian invitations. Many Hindu cards have images of Baraat and the Baraatis on the outside of the envelope.


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