All you need to know about an Indian wedding card

Weddings in India are one of a kind; everything about Indian weddings is unique and beautiful. Weddings are a beautiful part of the Indian culture, and if you ever get a chance to attend one, you should not miss it.

 

One beautiful aspect of Indian weddings is their Invitation Cards; they are one of a kind and extremely beautiful. According to religion, they are usually made. According to Hindu traditions, the card will have a beautiful Hindu theme if the wedding ceremony takes place. The Sikh theme for the Sikh religion, a Muslim theme for the Muslim faith, and the list go on.

If we talk about the features of a Hindu wedding card, then-

 

  • According to the Hindu religion, the card front cover will have a beautiful traditional design and a picture of Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha should be worshipped before any holy ritual; basically, before starting any auspicious new thing, worshiping Lord Ganesha is considered a splendid fortune.
  • On some wedding cards, there is also the mention of Lord Krishna as wherever there is love; there is Krishna, he is considered as a symbol of love in the Hindu religion due to the beautiful love story of Krishna and Radha.
  • Another important symbol is OM. It is known as the most excellent spiritual chant in Hinduism. The three words of OM- A, U,, and M represent the earth, heavens, and the atmosphere. That is why usually the cards, in the beginning, have the symbol of OM.
  • Then on the main page, there are names of the bride and groom and their parents, grandparent’s names mentioned.
  • After this, there is a list of the different ceremonies, including the date and time of the ceremony.
  • At the end of the page, the close relatives and the family’s children have names with a beautiful note where they ask the guests to be a part of the auspicious occasion.

If we talk about the overall design, then it has beautiful embroideries on the boundaries, which include-

  • Kalash( a traditional holy vase) on top of which a coconut is placed. It depicts joy and prosperity.
  • Peacock
  • Swastika

 

These were few features of a Hindu wedding card; using a Hindu wedding card to invite your guests is an excellent choice as your guests will be mesmerized by the beautiful designs of these awesome cards.

 

So if you are deciding to select a Hindu wedding card as your method of invitation, I would like to recommend you sevencolourscard.com; they are excellent craftsmen who make beautiful cards, and the range of their Hindu wedding cards is just mind-blowing!!.

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