A brief intro to South Indian Wedding and marriage Invitation Cards

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What do you think about south Indian wedding when you see silk saris, mango and banana leaves, Flowers, and many more other things? The first thing comes to mind is highly traditional wedding ceremony which is performed as per the south Indian religious rituals. It can be said that various symbols, religious mantras and slogans are used in this religious ceremony.

Another imperative trait of south Indian wedding ceremony is the sound of nadaswaram which is considered holy and sacred in order to make the occasion religious and pious. At the same time, in south Indian marriage celebration invitation cards are designed by using floral prints and other religious symbols which are relevant and carry religious significance in this culture.

In South Indian culture, marriage is seen incomplete without the blessings and presence of the relatives and guests. In ancient times, people used to personally invite relatives and friends for their son or daughter’s marriage ceremony, but with technological advancement and scattering of relatives to different parts of the world have started the trend for sending out invitation cards. These cards act as a medium for personal invitation to attend the bridal ceremony.

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So, it becomes imperative to design the invitation cards as per the south Indian culture and values because these cards give the first impression about the matrimonial ceremony. The cards are prepared using the imported handmade paper and special attention is given to the designs and colors. At the same time, along with the designs, wordings and religious symbols also play an important role in designing south Indian wedding invitations.

In south Indian invitation cards regional language plays a vital role because it depends on the region or the state to which the bride and groom belong and it sets the tone of the cards. Due to this factor, the cards are printed in various languages like Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu and many others.

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At the same time in South Indian wedding card picture of Lord Balaji and Lord Tirupati is used and it shows the significance of religious symbols in this ceremony. The text also plays a vital role in deciding a particular template with designs as it adds value to the invitation card. So, always prefer or select a card which complement’s your matrimonial theme because it enhances the beauty of the occasion and brings smile on the faces of the guests.

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