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Kalamkari Inspired Card
A new card designed by us for a special client. It is inspired by the Kalamkari art style and blended with vibrant colours to add to the festivities around weddings. It is our take on contemporary Indian art. The Tree of Life is an integral part of Kalamkari art and signifies wisdom, growth and fertility. It is a befitting motif for weddings. The peacocks symbolize grace and dignity, effortlessly beautiful and captivating, in every nuance and move.
Message in a bottle
A collage of our cards
Real love is transcendental and spiritual. It symbolizes the highest and purest form of love, an eternal union of two souls. A strong and inseparable bond between two people that is unaffected by time, space and boundaries.
The Sheesh Mahal
Inspired by the Sheesh Mahal of Rajasthan, the card mirrors regality. It is the epitome of architectural perfection with a unique blend of the science and aesthetics. The convex mirrors are designed with tinted foil and illuminating paint that shine even under the slightest tinge of light at night or day. The beauty and décor of this palace is a perfect balance of style and Rajputana grace, where royal luxury meets with celestial beauty.
Time Machine - The Capsule Card
Our latest watercolour invitation design! This card encapsulates all the wedding functions in a unique way. Our team hand painted the invites in a burst of colours to make it extra special - we can’t keep our eyes off of it!
The Temple Card
This card is inspired by the Sringeri Temple in Karnataka. Initially, the client came to us for our ‘Boat of Love’ card. But within two meeting the brief changed completely. Taking on from the Boat of Love card, we were told that the groom and his family have deep faith in the Sringeri temple and the bride is an architect and she wanted some form, structure and geometric lines on her wedding card. So we suggested depicting the temple on the card, which would align his faith and her passion.
The Knight Rider
Boat of Love
A panaromic view of the auspicious ghats. Each wave resonates the vows of prosperity, togetherness, righteousness, contentment, mutual love, respect, understanding and faith.
In the Jungle
Madhubani art Inspired
Inspired from the Madhubani art style from Bihar, blended with Rajasthani stamp miniatures, this card is our take on contemporary Indian art. The envelope is screen printed in gold on brown paper with a variety of patterns. The seal has been designed like a vintage Rajputana stamp to accentuate the Madhubani art form. Each Insert of the invite is like a frame, with a gold border. Vibrant colours have been used to add to the festivities with a personalized story for each occasion.
A spring affair with green fields and budding trees transforming into bright, colorful expanses of pomegranate, wildflowers and berries.