Kamdhenu Card

Kamadhenu Card

2019 has been an exciting year for us and as it comes to a close, we wanted to wrap it up with something extra special. Wedding cards are always a personal journey for us – getting to know the couple, the families, their likes and dislikes, their interests and above all the love story. What makes this card even more …

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Love in Bloom

A friend’s wedding is always a special occasion. So, when the friend in question asks you to design their wedding card, it makes everything even more special. This design has been made specifically to include the couple’s love for bougainvillaea and their darling cocker spaniel who could not be a part of the wedding celebrations in India due to airline …

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Madhubani Art Inspired Wedding Invite

This card has been inspired from the Madhubani art style from Bihar, blended with Rajasthani stamp miniatures, it is our take on contemporary Indian art. The envelope is screen printed in gold on brown paper with a variety of patterns. The wedding seal is like a vintage Rajputana stamp with Typography in Devanagari and English to further accentuate the art …

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Paisley Card

Striking tones of fuchsia and orange come together to compose a quintessentially Indian looking card with Lord Ganesha ushering the celebrations. The ocean of paisleys is accompanied with concentric circular patterns and floral motifs. Gold screen print is judiciously used to accentuate the design without overpowering it.

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Handcrafted Silk Invite

Done in various colours of rich silk fabric with a gold paper lining, this card is a perfect mix of contemporary and traditional. With a metal transfer of Lord Ganesh on the jacket and strings of mouli tied with ghungroos brings out the authenticity of Indian culture. Each Insert has a screen-printed flower holding an auspicious meaning to Indian Weddings. …

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Lotus Wedding Invite

Lotus. Kamal. Jalaj. Pankaj. Nalin. Padam. Utpal. Saroj. Rajeev. Neeraj. Divinity, purity, beauty, victory, wealth, knowledge, fortune and enlightenment.One flower, infinite names, infinite connotations. As the Lotus carries piousness despite growing from the mud, it is said to represent a caring life-long spiritual promise, akin to the one the couple Ritika and Abhishek, are making to each other. Printed in …

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Peacock Invite

The royal blue colour reflects the regality of the occasion alternating gold and silver inserts create a striking visual balance; a unique colour palette lends itself to stunning card. The lotus and peacock motifs are exquisitely embossed in metallic gold and silver screen print adding a nuance to the design.

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