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Indian Wedding Invitations

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Code: C1049
Size (when folded) : 8.25\\" x 6.25\\"  
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Category : Hindu Wedding Cards
Description : Ornamental Ganesha motif printed in rich maroon color with golden outline on a shaded background of yellow and holy saffron. When the card is folded the upper panel of the card is shorter from the lower panel by 0.75\\\"A border is printed at the bottom of the lower panel with \\\'Shree Ganeshaya Namah\\\' printed Hindi. When the card is folded the same border is visible on front, as the upper panel is shorter in size.
Price : USD   1.75
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A card printed in a rich combination of Maroon & Silver. A solid silver background is printed in the centre of the card on which an abstract Ganesha motif is printed in Maroon color.

Code: C1047 Size (when folded) : 7" x 7"  
Category : Hindu Wedding Cards
Description : A card printed in a rich combination of Maroon & Silver. A solid silver background is printed in the centre of the card on which an abstract Ganesha motif is printed in Maroon color.
Price : USD   1.25  
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An invitation design specially meant for the autumn wedding with maple leaf being the central theme, printed in yellow, orange and red - the fall colors.

Code: C1053 Size (when folded) : 7" x 7"  
Category : Hindu Wedding Cards
Description : An invitation design specially meant for the autumn wedding with maple leaf being the central theme, printed in yellow, orange and red - the fall colors.
Price : USD   1.25  
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Code: C1064 Size (when folded) : 7" x 7"  
The rich texture of the brown wrinkled handmade paper called ‘Leatherette’ due to its leather like finish and look, coupled with a square piece of metal (Brass) with Ganesha etched on it, makes it a smart way to extend your invitation.

The etched metal Ganesha is first pasted on to a slightly bigger piece of orange handmade paper, which is then pasted in the center of the card. This orange paper highlights the etched metal Ganesha and also matches with the inner leaf in orange, which is used for text printing.
The inner leaf and leatherette card is held together by a golden cord and tassel. The envelope is also of the same orange handmade paper. The rich texture of the brown wrinkled handmade paper called ‘Leatherette’ due to its leather like finish and look, coupled with a square piece of metal (Brass) with Ganesha etched on it, makes it a smart way to extend your invitation.

The etched metal Ganesha is first pasted on to a slightly bigger piece of orange handmade paper, which is then pasted in the center of the card. This orange paper highlights the etched metal Ganesha and also matches with the inner leaf in orange, which is used for text printing.
The inner leaf and leatherette card is held together by a golden cord and tassel. The envelope is also of the same orange handmade paper.
Card Front View Card Inner View
Category : Hindu Wedding Cards
Description : The rich texture of the brown wrinkled handmade paper called ‘Leatherette’ due to its leather like finish and look, coupled with a square piece of metal (Brass) with Ganesha etched on it, makes it a smart way to extend your invitation. The etched metal Ganesha is first pasted on to a slightly bigger piece of orange handmade paper, which is then pasted in the center of the card. This orange paper highlights the etched metal Ganesha and also matches with the inner leaf in orange, which is used for text printing. The inner leaf and leatherette card is held together by a golden cord and tassel. The envelope is also of the same orange handmade paper.
Price : USD   3.00  
Price is inclusive of  envelope, inside text printing, air  freight and delivery at your doorstep through Courier.
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A card with an abstract Ganesha motif printed in red which has been highlighted and made more prominent  by the use of an innovative  background with 'Shree Ganeshaya Namaha' printed in a subtle yellow color on a cream card stock.

Code: C1089 Size (when folded) : 7" x 7"  
Category : Hindu Wedding Cards
Description : A card with an abstract Ganesha motif printed in red which has been highlighted and made more prominent by the use of an innovative background with 'Shree Ganeshaya Namaha' printed in a subtle yellow color on a cream card stock.
Price : USD   1.25  
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In this card \'Shree Ganeshaya  Namaha\' has been printed in a  subtle cream color on a yellow card  stock.

Code: C1046 Size (when folded) : 7" x 7"  
Category : Hindu Wedding Cards
Description : In this card \'Shree Ganeshaya Namaha\' has been printed in a subtle cream color on a yellow card stock.
Price : USD   1.25
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In this card the \'Shree Ganeshaya Namaha\' has been made a little brighter by printing in cream color on an orange background.

Code: C1087 Size (when folded) : 7" x 7"  
Category : Indian Wedding Cards
Description : In this card the \'Shree Ganeshaya Namaha\' has been made a little brighter by printing in cream color on an orange background.
Price: USD   1.25
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A card specially made for the Muslim wedding with the design printed in golden on maroon handmade paper.

Code: C1056 Size (when folded) : 7" x 7"  
Category : Indian Wedding Cards
Description : A card specially made for the Muslim wedding with the design printed in golden on maroon handmade paper.
Price : USD   1.25
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A golden terracotta Ganesha on an actual dried 'Peepul' leaf is pasted on the center of maroon handmade paper.

Code:C1109 Size (when folded) : 7" x 7"  
Category : Indian Wedding Cards
Description : A golden terracotta Ganesha on an actual dried 'Peepul' leaf is pasted on the center of maroon handmade paper.
Price: USD   1.50
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Code: C1048 Size (when folded) : 7" x 7"  
Category : Indian Wedding Cards
Description : A terracotta Ganesha in Golden color pasted on an ethnic red background with 'Shree Ganeshaya Namaha' and outline printed in yellow. It also has a matching border. The card stock is also very special and has petals of the auspicious Marigold flowers embedded in it.
Price: USD   1.50 .
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Code: C1103
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Category : Indian Wedding Cards
Description : The design is inspired by the ‘Warli’ art form (an Indian Folk Art). The card has a unique style. It constitutes of a card cover cum envelope and two inserts for the text. Additional inserts can be provided as per requirement. The card cover is die cut and has four folds. Each fold is meaningful and has a special significance and its own story to tell. The card cover acts as an envelope also and is closed by means of an envelope seal. When the seal is removed and the first/top fold is opened - Two panels are visible on the top panel, we have a Sanskrit Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesha - requesting him to remove all obstacles and hurdles in the path of progress. The impression of the hand with Ganesha image symbolises good fortune. The bottom panel shows the arrival of the ‘Barat’ or Wedding procession with the bridegroom on horseback accompanied by band & music. When the second/bottom fold is opened - In the center panel the figure shows ‘Jaimaal ’ - where the bride and groom exchange garlands, which signifies their acceptance of each other. The lower panel shows the family, friends and relatives dancing around with the couple in the center, in celebration of the union. When the third/left fold is opened the center panel shows the ‘Vidaai’ or departure of the bride to her new home in the traditional palanquin or ‘Doli’. When the fourth/right fold is opened the inserts containing the wedding invitation become visible. When all the inserts are removed, on the base can be seen a ‘Rangoli’ design, which is printed on it.
Price USD   3.00  
Price is inclusive of  envelope, inside text printing, air  freight and delivery at your doorstep through Courier.
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Code: C1057
The design is inspired by the ‘Warli’ art form (an Indian Folk Art). The card has a unique style. It constitutes of a card cover cum envelope and two inserts for the text. Additional inserts can be provided as per requirement. The card cover is die cut and has four folds. Each fold is meaningful and has a special significance and its own story to tell.

The card cover acts as an envelope also and is closed by means of an envelope seal. When the seal is removed and the first/top fold is opened - Two panels are visible on the top panel, we have a Sanskrit Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesha - requesting him to remove all obstacles and hurdles in the path of progress. The impression of the hand with Ganesha image symbolises good fortune.

The bottom panel shows the arrival of the ‘Barat’ or Wedding procession with the bridegroom on horseback accompanied by band & music.

When the second/bottom fold is opened - In the center panel the figure shows ‘Jaimaal ’ - where the bride and groom exchange garlands, which signifies their acceptance of each other.

The lower panel shows the family, friends and relatives dancing around with the couple in the center, in celebration of the union.

When the third/left fold is opened the center panel shows the ‘Vidaai’ or departure of the bride to her new home in the traditional palanquin or ‘Doli’.

When the fourth/right fold is opened the inserts containing the wedding invitation become visible.
When all the inserts are removed, on the base can be seen a ‘Rangoli’ design, which is printed on it. The design is inspired by the ‘Warli’ art form (an Indian Folk Art). The card has a unique style. It constitutes of a card cover cum envelope and two inserts for the text. Additional inserts can be provided as per requirement. The card cover is die cut and has four folds. Each fold is meaningful and has a special significance and its own story to tell.

The card cover acts as an envelope also and is closed by means of an envelope seal. When the seal is removed and the first/top fold is opened - Two panels are visible on the top panel, we have a Sanskrit Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesha - requesting him to remove all obstacles and hurdles in the path of progress. The impression of the hand with Ganesha image symbolises good fortune.

The bottom panel shows the arrival of the ‘Barat’ or Wedding procession with the bridegroom on horseback accompanied by band & music.

When the second/bottom fold is opened - In the center panel the figure shows ‘Jaimaal ’ - where the bride and groom exchange garlands, which signifies their acceptance of each other.

The lower panel shows the family, friends and relatives dancing around with the couple in the center, in celebration of the union.

When the third/left fold is opened the center panel shows the ‘Vidaai’ or departure of the bride to her new home in the traditional palanquin or ‘Doli’.

When the fourth/right fold is opened the inserts containing the wedding invitation become visible.
When all the inserts are removed, on the base can be seen a ‘Rangoli’ design, which is printed on it. The design is inspired by the ‘Warli’ art form (an Indian Folk Art). The card has a unique style. It constitutes of a card cover cum envelope and two inserts for the text. Additional inserts can be provided as per requirement. The card cover is die cut and has four folds. Each fold is meaningful and has a special significance and its own story to tell.

The card cover acts as an envelope also and is closed by means of an envelope seal. When the seal is removed and the first/top fold is opened - Two panels are visible on the top panel, we have a Sanskrit Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesha - requesting him to remove all obstacles and hurdles in the path of progress. The impression of the hand with Ganesha image symbolises good fortune.

The bottom panel shows the arrival of the ‘Barat’ or Wedding procession with the bridegroom on horseback accompanied by band & music.

When the second/bottom fold is opened - In the center panel the figure shows ‘Jaimaal ’ - where the bride and groom exchange garlands, which signifies their acceptance of each other.

The lower panel shows the family, friends and relatives dancing around with the couple in the center, in celebration of the union.

When the third/left fold is opened the center panel shows the ‘Vidaai’ or departure of the bride to her new home in the traditional palanquin or ‘Doli’.

When the fourth/right fold is opened the inserts containing the wedding invitation become visible.
When all the inserts are removed, on the base can be seen a ‘Rangoli’ design, which is printed on it. The design is inspired by the ‘Warli’ art form (an Indian Folk Art). The card has a unique style. It constitutes of a card cover cum envelope and two inserts for the text. Additional inserts can be provided as per requirement. The card cover is die cut and has four folds. Each fold is meaningful and has a special significance and its own story to tell.

The card cover acts as an envelope also and is closed by means of an envelope seal. When the seal is removed and the first/top fold is opened - Two panels are visible on the top panel, we have a Sanskrit Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesha - requesting him to remove all obstacles and hurdles in the path of progress. The impression of the hand with Ganesha image symbolises good fortune.

The bottom panel shows the arrival of the ‘Barat’ or Wedding procession with the bridegroom on horseback accompanied by band & music.

When the second/bottom fold is opened - In the center panel the figure shows ‘Jaimaal ’ - where the bride and groom exchange garlands, which signifies their acceptance of each other.

The lower panel shows the family, friends and relatives dancing around with the couple in the center, in celebration of the union.

When the third/left fold is opened the center panel shows the ‘Vidaai’ or departure of the bride to her new home in the traditional palanquin or ‘Doli’.

When the fourth/right fold is opened the inserts containing the wedding invitation become visible.
When all the inserts are removed, on the base can be seen a ‘Rangoli’ design, which is printed on it.
Card Front
View
First/
Top Fold
Second/
Bottom Fold
Third/
Left fold
The design is inspired by the ‘Warli’ art form (an Indian Folk Art). The card has a unique style. It constitutes of a card cover cum envelope and two inserts for the text. Additional inserts can be provided as per requirement. The card cover is die cut and has four folds. Each fold is meaningful and has a special significance and its own story to tell.

The card cover acts as an envelope also and is closed by means of an envelope seal. When the seal is removed and the first/top fold is opened - Two panels are visible on the top panel, we have a Sanskrit Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesha - requesting him to remove all obstacles and hurdles in the path of progress. The impression of the hand with Ganesha image symbolises good fortune.

The bottom panel shows the arrival of the ‘Barat’ or Wedding procession with the bridegroom on horseback accompanied by band & music.

When the second/bottom fold is opened - In the center panel the figure shows ‘Jaimaal ’ - where the bride and groom exchange garlands, which signifies their acceptance of each other.

The lower panel shows the family, friends and relatives dancing around with the couple in the center, in celebration of the union.

When the third/left fold is opened the center panel shows the ‘Vidaai’ or departure of the bride to her new home in the traditional palanquin or ‘Doli’.

When the fourth/right fold is opened the inserts containing the wedding invitation become visible.
When all the inserts are removed, on the base can be seen a ‘Rangoli’ design, which is printed on it. The design is inspired by the ‘Warli’ art form (an Indian Folk Art). The card has a unique style. It constitutes of a card cover cum envelope and two inserts for the text. Additional inserts can be provided as per requirement. The card cover is die cut and has four folds. Each fold is meaningful and has a special significance and its own story to tell.

The card cover acts as an envelope also and is closed by means of an envelope seal. When the seal is removed and the first/top fold is opened - Two panels are visible on the top panel, we have a Sanskrit Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesha - requesting him to remove all obstacles and hurdles in the path of progress. The impression of the hand with Ganesha image symbolises good fortune.

The bottom panel shows the arrival of the ‘Barat’ or Wedding procession with the bridegroom on horseback accompanied by band & music.

When the second/bottom fold is opened - In the center panel the figure shows ‘Jaimaal ’ - where the bride and groom exchange garlands, which signifies their acceptance of each other.

The lower panel shows the family, friends and relatives dancing around with the couple in the center, in celebration of the union.

When the third/left fold is opened the center panel shows the ‘Vidaai’ or departure of the bride to her new home in the traditional palanquin or ‘Doli’.

When the fourth/right fold is opened the inserts containing the wedding invitation become visible.
When all the inserts are removed, on the base can be seen a ‘Rangoli’ design, which is printed on it.
Fourth/
Right Fold
Card Open
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Category : Indian Wedding Cards
Description : The design is inspired by the ‘Warli’ art form (an Indian Folk Art). The card has a unique style. It constitutes of a card cover cum envelope and two inserts for the text. Additional inserts can be provided as per requirement. The card cover is die cut and has four folds. Each fold is meaningful and has a special significance and its own story to tell. The card cover acts as an envelope also and is closed by means of an envelope seal. When the seal is removed and the first/top fold is opened - Two panels are visible on the top panel, we have a Sanskrit Shloka in praise of Lord Ganesha - requesting him to remove all obstacles and hurdles in the path of progress. The impression of the hand with Ganesha image symbolises good fortune. The bottom panel shows the arrival of the ‘Barat’ or Wedding procession with the bridegroom on horseback accompanied by band & music. When the second/bottom fold is opened - In the center panel the figure shows ‘Jaimaal ’ - where the bride and groom exchange garlands, which signifies their acceptance of each other. The lower panel shows the family, friends and relatives dancing around with the couple in the center, in celebration of the union. When the third/left fold is opened the center panel shows the ‘Vidaai’ or departure of the bride to her new home in the traditional palanquin or ‘Doli’. When the fourth/right fold is opened the inserts containing the wedding invitation become visible. When all the inserts are removed, on the base can be seen a ‘Rangoli’ design, which is printed on it.
Price USD   3.00  
Price is inclusive of  envelope, inside text printing, air  freight and delivery at your doorstep through Courier.
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