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Ravish Kapoor

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Weddings are beautiful, by far, the most important occasion in one’s life. As you embark upon the most significant journey of your life, you want to make it unforgettable so if you are tying the knot anytime soon then you must say it, like it has never been said before! Announce it to the world in a way which is class apart from the rest. What better way to do this than make the grand announcement with a custom made wedding card. A wise man had once said, the first impression is the last impression and a wedding card makes the first impression on all and sundry. A card is a prelude to the upcoming grandeur; a card is like a trailer of a big Bollywood blockbuster or a teaser of a designer couture collection. A wedding card is much more than a piece of paper, it is a priceless possession which one cherishes for a lifetime. So to make a big splash, you need that personalized designer card! Meticulously designed and painstakingly handcrafted, custom made cards by Ravish Kapoor will ensure your wedding is the talk of the town

Minimum order quantity is 150 invites,

Products offered:

$Boxed and unboxed invites. $Funky & offbeat designs $Tradional designs $Modern designs

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3 years 5 months 

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Both domestic and International shipping available 

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150 

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Boxed Invitations, Funky & Offbeat Invitations, Modern Invites, Traditional Invitations 

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