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Indian Wedding Card Design Questions Answered!

  1. Where can i get good quality indian wedding cards?

    I am getting married this July, and i want to have nice wordings and Good Design inside my cards. can anyone tell me where to get such kind of invitations?

  2. How To Select Perfect Wedding Card?

    Matrimony is a universal norm that binds a man and woman together; by a traditional custom of vows taken. In India, marriages are considered as the biggest event in one’s life and it is not just one event where the ceremony takes place, it is preceded and followed by a number of other small and large events which signify various different things. A very vital facet about a marriage is the wedding card. It is an essential part of ensuring the presence of loved ones, family and friends during the Manglik Matrimony. The wedding card is the first look; a guest gets of what to anticipate during the celebrations. Here, is a list of factors that need to be considered while selecting a wedding card:- Before you commence your preparations for an invite, one ought to make a guest list and cross check the names of your friends and family members’ repeatedly. Depending on the number of people you wish to invite to what function, separate those lists. Say, out of 350 guests only 250 will get an invite to the Sangeet Function and the Wedding Ceremony. However, all 350 will get an invite to the reception. Indians hold God at the highest place in their culture. Therefore, a wedding card having God’s name printed first is considered auspicious. This is no hard and fast rule, but a tradition passed on over years. All the guest names must be correctly spell. Make sure you have spell the first and the last names correctly. If the card has to be posted by mail, confirm addresses and add contact numbers, if necessary. The more elegant the design, the more pleasing it will be to the eye. Our motive is not to overwhelm the person, but to make them like the card and look forward to the event. Make sure the bride and bridegroom’s names are visibly printed. The font style must be fancy, but not so decorative, that it becomes unintelligible. If the card is innovative, let the mechanism of the card be simple yet unique. Also, get maps printed of each venue so the invite is useful and more valued. The guests must find it convenient to read and understand the content written. Add dress-codes if it is a theme-based event. Always show gratitude while writing the card and maintain a formal tone. Make the guests feel important and that their presence will enlighten your function. And mostly importantly, check all the information before handing it over. The information needs to be right and authentic. While adding content and details about the wedding, traditionally name of parents and grandparents is written, so as to give them respect and show gratitude. You can also avoid the cliche way of adding their names and rather add a personalized message, asserting a few things they like to say (in a paragraph). Or allot a page, where the bride or bridegroom asserts a paragraph stating how their presence and importance has made a difference to the entire wedding. Wedding cards act as a prior intimation to the wedding ceremony. And the list stated above will help you determine a good and meaningful invitation. http://www.mangliks.com/matrimony/ http://www.mangliks.com/manglik-dosha.htm

  3. Christians or others - Have you ever given or been given a gift by a contact in R&S.?

    I given two and received two over the years but receiving the first was a real surprise. I'm not hinting but if I was, an iPad would be nice. Thanks again to Moley/Penfold and reynwater.

  4. Im getting married in new york, any Amercians any ideas what we could do?

    Im irish and never bben to nyc. Its a very small wedding, put iv nothing planned yet.. any suggestions??



  6. Cost of wedding invitations?

    I would like to know the price range of indian invitation cards... not those very grand ones but simple and cute ones...please mention with or without printing charges per piece... I would like to go to the shop and buy them. Are there any price differences in buying them online?

  7. Advice : hindu wedding cards?

    I'm going to marry this year. and I'm considering purchasing and printing my invitations. I've seen Indian invitations and I think they're really pretty and should be budget friendly. Has anyone else done this? I'm thinking of asking a local co-worker to help me look for a vendor. Any advice?

  8. Where can i buy dandiya sticks online.....?

    I want to buy the one that you put your finger in the middle of the stick and you can spin it? 10 points for first correct answer!

  9. Need Wedding Cards In India!?

    Hello. I am looking for wedding cards for my wedding, offline or online if anyone knows any places. Something cheap would be best, I'm also looking for very simple designs that do not scream but look gentle. If you need any more information please ask. I am new here if I did not put something just tell me I will fix.

  10. Dear Householders, do you agree that Wedding in the Family is THE most Stressful time of your married life?

    All differences with your spouse, henceforth swept under carpet, manage to come to the fore! There are clashes of tastes, methods, styles...each one wanting to do things his/her way...refusing to budge (at least till tempers cool!)...beginning with the number of invitation cards to print and its design. Bewildered children do not know which side to take...groom-to-be included! I must clarify here that I'm talking of an Indian Wedding...where parents still run the show (or stall things before they pick momentum!). I gather, in Western cultures things are different... How can one make the whole process tension-free...yet have one's own way! Please suggest some good diplomatic techniques in Tact ;)) Non-parents/to-be married-couples are also welcome to try! Thanks in advance!!! Children have been consulted at every step of the way! They agree to the traditional wedding and will go with all the rites and rituals. Its the preparation that's taking its toll! Groom wants mother to be in charge...father feels resentful. Its not that he is being sidelined, yet, he being 'unworldly' sort can't give helpful inputs...keeping with the times! He's been so busy wooing Science that he never saw things changing!!! His ego is prooving to be one big stumbling block...that wife can't move. Groom is now upset with mother for her failure! Complicated situation!!! Thanks Una Hora...your best wishes couldn't come at a better time!!! Studious: I had to go underground...for the reasons clearly mentioned, Son! Some people think it funny to follow you around and writing amorous notes...which are least wanted!!! I thoroughly enjoyed the video :)) Thanks for the laughs! Wonderful canine!!! Indeed, nina, I have seen that movie! Thoroughly enjoyable...when it happens to others, LOL! LOL @ psyengine's idea! Sounds like a wrestling match :))

  11. Wedding Planner in Delhi?

    I want an Indian Weddings Planners management services for our wedding requirements. We want to have Shaadi experts to help arrange wedding expertly. Wedding Planning, wedding shopping, Delhi Wedding Planner Consultants, Wedding Coordinators in New Delhi

  12. romantic ideas for valentines day?

    im not that good with romantic stuff, so i need some help, me and my girlfriend are in college so i don't have a lot of money. if you know any specific things in the dc metro area, thats even better. we just went ice skating in the sculpture garden, be kinda cheap to just repeat that

  13. I am having two receptions do I need two sets of invitations?

    My Fiance and I are having a small backyard wedding/ reception at my parents home, and the following weekend are having a large traditional Sikh wedding and reception in Toronto. Some of our guests will be invited to both, but others will be attending one or the other. How should we structure our invitations? His parents would like the one's for the Sikh reception to have different wording than the one's i have designed for our reception (according to their traditions) I will design an invite for their reception according to their traditions, but my question is: for the guests attending both - should i send two invitations or include a small card that lets them know about the Indian reception the following weekend. also is it too much to invite people to two receptions two weekends in a row, we are going to ask the guests coming to my home not to bring gifts. What more should we do, we would love for our close friends to attend both receptions.