NEW: 6 Indian Wedding Invitation trends straight from the Pro's.
BY The WMG Bride | 20 Nov, 2014
Invitation by Design DimensionsMadhubani invites with Indian figures done up in Madhubani style paintings are super unique, and all the rage! We love the illustrations on the 'Pool party' insert. SO Funky!!! Invitations with Temple Bells motifs |To 'Ring' in your wedding day
Invitation by Turmeric InkTurmeric Ink says "This particular invite was done for a destination wedding in Bangkok so the card did not need a traditional look. The hand drawn bells were used and treated in such a way for them to look very contemporary. The pattern around the bells and around the box has a very Thai inspiration. This years winter colors are on a muter tone so we took that forward and incorporated the temple bell motif within it" Invitations with Lace| Modern, Classy and Elegant
Invitation by Pumple DesignLace invites have always been on our watch list so we are super excited to see them take off ! Metal Invites| Metal cards with a chime inside
Invitation by Elan Home & GardenHow brilliant is this invite? Elan founder Vidushi says 'This is our mild steel sheet invite with a metal and crystal chime momento inside. Trimmings of lace, ribbons and feathers adorn the cover and the chime can be used to pretty up your home after you recieve it" Watercolor | For a soft, ethereal effect
Invitation by Airtistic Cloud
Soft watercolor effect used in Envelope linings, inserts and on the card itself give a fresh, youthful and contemporary vibe to your card. Not to mention the glorious effect the colors all mingle together to create.
Digital print Invitations | Traditional with a twist
Invitations by Parampara Cards
Digital Print boxes with either traditional Mahabharat motifs or digital print motifs of jhoomers, bells etc are quite hot right now.
- Cards with Peacock motifs
- Digital Cards (These are invites which open and have a video player embedded in them. Feature coming soon on WMG!)
- Floral Print invites
- Laser cut jackets