Traditions and customs regarding the sending of Indian wedding cards vary. It is common for two sets of wedding cards to be printed, which is a custom that originates with the tradition of arranged marriages. The bride?s family prints cards to announce the wedding to their family, friends and colleagues. The groom?s family often creates a separate wedding invitation to communicate the details of the wedding to their friends and family members.
When you begin to search for
Indian wedding cards, you will soon discover there is a wide range of different types of cards. You will find cards that reflect the religious diversity found in Indian society, including Hindu, Christian, Muslim and Sikh. Many cards have religious symbols as well as traditional Indian symbols of love and marriage.
There are a wide range of designs available, such as traditional card designs that are detailed and ornate with many embellishments and symbols printed on bold colored paper. This is traditional style for Indian wedding cards. However, not all weddings use the traditional styles. Today there are a wide variety of simple and elegant designs with few embellishments and more muted tones in the color of the card, as well as the design.
Traditionally, Indian wedding cards have been the only the formal invitation to announce the wedding ceremony. In most cases, there are no RSVP or reception cards and no rigid guest list. People often learn of weddings in India thorough mutual friends as word travels and guests may bring as many people as they want to the wedding. Recently, some modern couples have begun sending reception cards to announce the reception to guests and keep the ritual ceremony for family.
Parekh Cards offers a wide selection of traditional and modern wedding cards. Whether you want to honor your tradition and faith with ornate, bold and beautifully ornate designs or prefer a minimalist modern touch, we have the perfect wedding invitations to fit your needs and personal preferences.