Bringing together two cultures, these Indian fusion themed wedding invitations featured vibrant colors, and bold swirls & scrolls with colored backgrounds. The invitation and wedding details cards included a rich navy blue background, with teal, purple and gold paisley, swirls & dots, and white text with gold Asian-inspired script accents. The RSVP and accommodations cards were reversed with teal background and navy in the paisley and dots. All four cards stacked up and were wrapped with a navy blue paper belly band, including the couple’s names, wedding date, and Beloved quote, with teal swirl & dot accents.
August 27, 2015
These custom pocketfold wedding invitations feature an ombre sunset background fading from pink, red, purple and blue with gold paisley patterns in the corners and white text with gold script accents. The invitation is adhered into a metallic sapphire blue pocketfold, which holds an RSVP postcard and details card. The inserts include the same colorful ombre background, white text, and gold scroll patterns. The front of the pocketfold is decorated with a small square tag featuring the couple’s initials, gold paisley, and gold Indian Ganesh symbol.
July 13, 2015
Uniting their two lives and cultures together, this couple needed very unique wedding invitations for all the Catholic and Hindu events they had planned. All four pieces included dark eggplant purple vines and butterflies in the corners, dark purple text with lavender purple script and icon accents. The formal wedding invitation included details about both the Catholic and Hindu ceremonies with a cross icon representing the Christian ceremony and a Ganesh symbol representing the Hindu ceremony information. Additional invitation cards for a Satak Ceremony and dinner were included for additional Hindu traditions. A traditional response card designed to match completed the set.
November 25, 2013
FUN FRIDAY: Mango Pattern with Ganesh Indian Wedding Invitations
This groom came to us needing custom wedding invitations for his Indian wedding. He knew he wanted to incorporate three traditional Indian wedding colors of gold, red, and green along with a Mango pattern and a Ganesh symbol at the top. For a rich look, we included a dark red and gold paisley pattern as a background behind the white and green framed invitation text. Because he needed to provide more information to his guests traveling from the US to India, we added a back side to the card with reversed colors. We wanted to make sure the front stood out with a design on the back to compliment it, so the the Mango paisley pattern was switched to red and white.
November 18, 2011
This couple needed to accommodate 3 receptions for their Indian wedding, so the trifold wedding invitation was a perfect format for them. We included a deep purple background with white and bright turquoise writing and swirling flourishes resembling fleur de lis in the corners. The first panel features their formal wedding invitation; the second features information for their 3 receptions; and the third panel is a tear-off RSVP postcard with meal icons of a cow, chicken and fish for the menu selections.
July 13, 2011