Monday, 28 October 2013

Elegant and decorative Indian wedding cards

Indian wedding cards are truly exclusive when compared to invitation cards made elsewhere in the world. India is a land of tradition, and spirituality has a great influence on its multicultural communities.  The Indians always try to exhibit their spiritual and religious side in everything they do. This gives them confidence and earns them easy respect.  Weddings are considered as a holy bond by Indians and they keep the entire occasion fairly close to their traditional rituals and prayers. Indian wedding cards are just a small example of this statement which holds true in a multitude of ways when it comes to social occasions like weddings. 
Indian wedding card are usually decorative and they contain designs and borders that depict the Indian artistry.  Auspicious symbols and signs are also printed on Indian wedding cards by DreamWeddingCard which is a religious expression. But it is more than a mere expression. The presence of auspicious signs, mantras and pictures of gods and goddesses is believed to bring greater auspiciousness to the event. 

Indian wedding cards are of different types based on the communal customs. Apart from Hindu wedding cards, you can find special cards for Christian as well as for Muslim weddings.  Hindu wedding cards sport artistic designs and iconic pictures of deities like Ganesha, Radha, Krishna and so on.  Whereas a Christian wedding card usually has a white, off-white or pink background with designs that represent a traditional Christian wedding like roses, lilies and even couples in their traditional wedding costume.  Likewise, Muslim wedding cards have rich and elegant patterns that make use of decorative items like golden threads, shining stones and other sparkling materials. 


  1. Customized wedding invitations sometimes have the image of bride and therefore the groom displayed on the cardboard. You have shared nice informative post about Indian Engagement Wedding Invitation Cards

  2. This is one of the coolest and creative wedding invites I've seen and I like the Indian wedding card and wording you used! Lovely creation!