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  • #10174
    Antonina
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    Yes, they really deserve a separate topic, because each of the Indian wedding invitation card I received was like a work of art.See for yourself!

    Unfortunately, my kids have lost the envelope from this one, but it was as grand as the card itself.

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    #10177
    Antonina
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    Inside you can find the address and even a map 🙂

    “Blessings only” means the couple doesn’t want any gifts, only your good wishes.

    #10181
    Antonina
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    This one is my favorite so far.

    #10184
    Antonina
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    Not only it has an unusual design, but there are also many interesting details.

    #10598
    Indostan
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    I have one which didn’t end up in trash bin as usual.

    It has a nice Radha-Krishn cover and it ended up at the showcase.Perhaps would post the pic later.

    #10609
    Antonina
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    [quote=10598]It has a nice Radha-Krishn cover and it ended up at the showcase.[/quote]

    No wonder – most of them well deserve to be kept as showpieces. And yes, would be great to see the picture.

    #12539
    Antonina
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    Today I’ve got one more card, and apparently in a month I’m going to the wedding. Just to give you an idea about the scale of some Indian weddings – we’re not related to the bride or bridegroom in any way, we’re not friends or even acquaintances. We just live in the same building with a brother of a man whose daughter is getting married 🙂 Every family in our apartment complex is invited.

    But look at this beautiful invitation card – what a masterpiece.

    #15398
    Antonina
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    I thought after all these years it would be difficult to surprise me. But it seems incredible India is still incredible enough
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    Today I received a wedding invitation. It was a paper bag with an exquisite card inside and… a saree! The funny thing? I don’t know the people at all!

    #16898
    deb dickson
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    I could probably say these are unique Indian invitation prints. Aside from its digital copy format, I see some special impressions of this to why this I consider best ever card. Something uniquely made behind this work. I wish I had this kind of invitation print, or any kinds of prints with Indian inspired way. Anyway, my current business management booklets were made at Digitek Printing in San Francisco and I hope I can recommend some ideas like this one to use for my printing needs.

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