Unique Indian Wedding Invitation Boxes that WOW !
BY The WMG Bride | 11 Jul, 2014
#1 The Pagdi BoxIf you are the groom- how awesome would it be to give your favors / sweets in this pagdi shaped box!!! It is wayy cool, and such a conversation starter that people are sure to save it long after your wedding is gone. This one is made by Smart Work Design Co in Mumbai
#2The Chantilly lace, Metallic boxThis absolutely beautiful, Chantilly lace inspired metallic box done by Elan Home and garden is the perfect box for the girls side ! The turquoise color with the butterfly- just screams spring/ summer wedding and its just so purrty, we would use it for jewellery afterwards!
#3 The Palki BoxYou can count on Ravish Kapoor to come up with cool concepts. This box opens up t show a palki. The Palki contains the sweets, and the drawer at the bottom contains the card. If you like to live life king size, this is the box for you!
#4 The Exploding BoxExploding boxes are a huge concept abroad. These are essentially boxes which when opened, almost fall apart to reveal a center (usually has a cake or a small box containing sweets) and the sides can be used as your invitation leaflets . Its so cool- like something you would find at Hogwarts! . Read this about how to make an exploding box.
#5 Classic, Elegance by EDCSpotted this box made by Entertainment Design Company on Kismets blog -The Unreal Bride. Love how the mithai is in cylindrical tins and stacked ontop of each other like macaroons. The card is held in place with a ribbon, and the drawer reveals the goodies!
#6 The birdcage boxOne of our favourite wedding gift box trends are the Pinjrah boxes- simple, easy and relatively cost effective. Just stash these with a pouch filled with chocolates and you have yourself a neat little invitation that people will definitely talk about! These are also made by Elan.
#7 Handpainted wooden boxesHandpainted , wooden boxes are Turmeric Ink's forte and these are quirky and fun to be used as trunks after the wedding is over!