Top 5 features of a typical Hindu wedding card

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Top 5 features of a typical Hindu wedding card! There is a great significance of Indian wedding cards when a wedding is finalized. One of the noteworthy hallmarks of a Hindu wedding is to bond two different individuals into the eternal wedding bond with the help of families of prospective bride and groom with social customs and religious rituals. This sets the tone of wedding preparations and celebrations. Well there are a lot of things that matter, when it comes to Hindu cards. 1. Structure: Typically, the Hindu wedding invitation cards have a set pattern. They are usually a two-sided card with a work of art on both sides. These cards are adorned with beautiful motifs, art work, and patterns. In the Hindu culture, the wedding card is always preserved forever. Not just the card but also the envelope. 2. Colors: The colors of the Hindu wedding cards have their own significance. Though, the wedding cards around the world are decorated beautifully with colors, but Hindu cards are different. This is because the colors that a wedding card includes, are related to traditions and are considered auspicious for the occasion. The most preferred colors for a Hindu wedding card are red, yellow, orange and green. They believe these colors represent love, joy and signifies prosperity and fertility. 3. Designs: Motifs, such as folded hands, diyas (earthen lamps) and candles and symbols like the swastika or a drawing of a couple, or radha-krishna, etc. are used throughout the designing of the invitation and the envelope. Moreover, the traditional scroll work in metallic gold, silver and in the tones of green is commonly found on Hindu wedding cards as well. 4. Spirituality: The religious beliefs are predominantly reflected in the Hindu marriage invitations. They are most important and are believed to have high values. The first invitation, as per Hindu culture, is always sent to the God. This means, the first card is placed at the worship place to invite the God and Goddesses to shower blessings upon all, especially the couple. Also, pictures of Lord Ganesha, the god of good fortune and Goddess Laxmi, the bringer of wealth, are together craved on the wedding invitations. 5. Wordings: The words of the invitations are very thought after. The wordings focus in inviting the guests and requesting them to attend the wedding and bless the couple. Moreover, sholkas are written dedicating them to the Hindu gods and goddesses. It gives a clear cut idea about the wedding, one will be attending. Get in touch Contact no: (Toll Free) 800-786-0425 (US & Canada) 800-088-5555 (UK) Email address: Website address:
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