Red is the color of romance. The card and cover too is dipped in this fancy color of love. The front sheet of the card has a couple in the opening, holding a rosary, each, to beautify each-other’s life. The shinning elements around represents the brightness of this function. It unwraps a long-stretched red colored sheet. The sheet is elongated to recite the agenda of the function. A hand-made paper envelope cloaks this elite piece of invitation.
The religious trends and colors are of the Hindu dharma is immortalized on this card. Blooming flowers and gleaming glitters gives traditional appearance to the invitation call. A motif of the Lord Ganesha speaks of the relevance of the God in a wedding ceremony. This card is enwrapped over a red colored envelope, the color of love and affection.
The card begins with a touch of simplicity and gets blended a traditional color. It gives a conventional touch to the nuptial call. The maroon-colored covering of the card has Lord Ganesha over it. The invitation can be lengthened to the inner sheets of faded vermilion (sindoori color. The invitation sheets are tied with a red Dori, the color that symbolizes love. This beauty of man-made invitation is draped under a handmade paper envelope that gives an edge to the card over other invitations.
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.
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