In the beginning, there was nothing, then the God said “let there be love”. There was still nothing, but people could see everything. This is the immense power of not only love but the God too. Thus, the presence of the God cannot be ignored in any spiritual bonding of human being. This card too is subscribed to this theory. Idol of an Indian Lord over a circled patch, flowery design all around with glitters sparkling and a center way to unlock the invitation message are the primal ingredients of this eye-catching card. Inside one can see two white sheets strung together with a butter paper knot. Glitters placed over the butter paper make it a sparkling piece of invitation.
White is a color of harmony. It sets a tuned rhythm for a sacred liaison. This color imbibes the art of saying nothing in such a manner that it leaves nothing unsaid. The envelope uncloaks a glorified wedding card with patches of flower, leaf and stems all around. Glitters sprinkled all over, resembles to the beauty of sixteen traditional ornaments of the Hindu culture. This card, undeniably, stands as prodigal piece among the horde of other cards.
“Effervescence of splendor” can be the best chosen noun for this Hindu invitation card. This simple looking card unlocks a glorious call for the royal guests and becomes a pride for the host. It opens from the center like a giant gate of a palatial castle. The dotted size glitters all around with a rhombus shaped metallic sticker of Lord Ganesha, puts the beauty at its best place.
Simplicity rules and undoubtedly, simplicity is mirrored through this card. A plain white card with designs embossed at the bottom, this card conveys the message of bonding amid two mates. The glowing expression of the card is marked by glitter all over its visage. Uncomplicated design stamped over the leaf gives a sobering effect to the wedding invitation. Two blank leafs provides enough space to narrate the schedule of the matrimonial ceremony. It meets all the quintessential elements of a wedding enticement.
This card is meant to unfold the clandestine of the Hindu traditions. The tradition is an opulent sector of cultural vows and religious beliefs. The Shlokas imprinted in the front, represents the essence of Indian epics in the wedding vows. It further unveils a simplified blank sheet to illustrate the nuptial agendas.
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