We’ll never say “no” to a party—let alone three days of them. Start the groundwork for your beautifully traditional marriage ceremony the easy way with our digital Indian wedding invitations. Our designs are as beautiful as the days of festivities you’re planning, all with built-in tools that make the actual work of organizing simple. From the Sangeet to the wedding ceremony, you won’t find anything better than our best-in-class selection of Indian wedding cards.
While print is the more traditional route to take, digital Indian wedding cards offer many more perks to make your wedding planning process as smooth as possible. Not only do online Indian wedding invitations save you time and money, but you’ll also save a few trees in the process. Our modern templates are eco-friendly, with stunning, unique designs from our in-house creative team. If you have many international guests, sending Indian wedding cards online is the easiest way to communicate details to guests. Why worry about your invites getting lost in the mail when you can send them instantly online and track delivery? Sending modern Indian wedding invitations online also makes it easier for you to track RSVPs on the go, and remind guests to RSVP with a simple email nudge. No need to check your physical mailbox for RSVPs, your digital postbox is at your fingertips 24/7.
While you may be celebrating in a time-honored fashion, there’s plenty of room for design accents that mix the present and previous eras. Our updated classic Indian wedding card motifs mean that everyone in the wedding party and at the ceremonies can find something to love. Sari prints, gold embossing, and flower torans come alive in new colors and mod-inflected prints. You can invite design contemporaries to your wedding party, too. Our exclusive partnership Anita Dongre is inspired by her bright bridal lehengas and handwoven Benarasi sarees. Likewise, Liberty’s trademark paisleys are available in suitably bright saffrons and purples, and Rifle Paper Co.’s “Royal Elephant” suite features a hand-painted wedding palanquin of pachyderms. For those with a quirkier eye, Mr. Boddington’s Studio offers its hand-illustrated interpretation of henna tattoos and cloth embroidery in its “Miss Anupama” suite. When you’ve finally picked out the perfect invitation, the online design tool lets you finalize all the important event particulars and pick out any colors that might be missing from your type, envelope liner, or backdrop—we’ve designed some new ones made to match our favorite invitations.
Looking for Indian wedding wording tips? Our templates give you a start, but we’ve left you plenty of room for expression and extenuating event details. The information you include on your Indian wedding invitations will vary by event. You’ll want to word a Sangeet invitation differently than your Indian wedding reception card wording. But in general, it’s always nice to include the hosts’ names, the couple’s names, the venue location and address, the start and end time of the event, the dress code, RSVP details, and an RSVP deadline. While some will also include registry information on an Indian wedding invitation card, it’s considered an etiquette faux pas by most. An easy workaround is to include a link to your wedding website on the invitation, and list your registry details there instead.
Speaking of event planning: our Indian wedding invitations are sure to wow your guests, but you’ll be thoroughly impressed at the way they handle some of the attendance checking and planning. Your guests can RSVP online—which is ideal for a destination wedding with a variety of events or a particularly far-flung collection of attendees—and guest messaging tools let you communicate any changes of plan or similarly pertinent updates. Track everything on the go, too, with a fully mobile web and app experience. Give yourself until well after the honeymoon to start planning your thank you notes, but do take the time to get acquainted with personal stationery and cards (including some to match your invitations)—we imagine you’ll have plenty of benefactors in need of a note.