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invites

  • This magnum opus wedding was orchestrated at the palace of the lost city, Sun City South Africa. There were various elements of the wedding designed starting from the wedding insignia to the Save the date invitations to the actual Royal Safari Trunk style invitation to event stationery to hampers and returns gifts to the bridal trousseau packaging and presentation. All the elements of the wedding were synergised to give a feel of a Royal South African Safari Expedition inspired by the rich architectural marvel of the venue and the neo rustic vibe of the palace. The wedding has also been featured as one of the top ten wedding of the decade in a coffee table book – A decade of Transformation brought out by Eema India.

  • The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

Wedding

This magnum opus wedding was orchestrated at the palace of the lost city, Sun City South Africa. There were various elements of the wedding designed starting from the wedding insignia to the Save the date invitations to the actual Royal Safari Trunk style invitation to event stationery to hampers and returns gifts to the bridal trousseau packaging and presentation. All the elements of the wedding were synergised to give a feel of a Royal South African Safari Expedition inspired by the rich architectural marvel of the venue and the neo rustic vibe of the palace. The wedding has also been featured as one of the top ten wedding of the decade in a coffee table book – A decade of Transformation brought out by Eema India.

The Pop-up Coffee Table Book invitation perfectly embodied the elements of the destination and the wedding décor. From the wedding logo to the 3D & kinetic pop-ups in the book to the event collaterals, every element is a reflection of this destination. Fairy tale books are all about grandeur and elegance therefore we used sketchy colourful rendering to weave together the elements of design. Every pop-up scene was the concomitant of the intricate detailing of the thematic elements. The invite acted as an emotional reminisce for the guests, with the use of paper pop-up techniques to create 3D scenes of the events, which was not only visually appealing but it also formed the USP of this invite. Inspired by the picturesque dunes of Ras Al Khaimah, the theme was interwoven through the various elements of the wedding like marriage invitation, collaterals, wedding gift box, popcorn tubs, room key holders and travel itinerary.

Florals can never go out of trend. This invite is truly magnificent as it is a unique way of blending in florals with one of the most unique material plexiglass in invitations. The magical elements are inspired from a flora garden. Colourful floral prints, acrylic lid, cotton lace and a fine handcrafted patina finish wooden carved tray forms the base of the invitation. The entire presentation is very mesmerizing, consisting of a beautiful metal keepsake jar with rose petal almonds, a floral printed box invitation and some faux florals to beautify the look. The family had customised Room Mist fragrances curated from PG Crafted Fine goods as mehndi favors. The return gift boxes were also coordinated in the same theme.

A Fusion of nautical theme which surely captured the whimsical and romantic essence of one’s wedding which was further paired with the concept of Cruise wedding. It laid a path for an unparalleled experience for the wedding guests. Inspired by the couple’s love for Bollywood movies, the idea of a Cruise wedding was intermixed with the grandeur of a desi flick, Dil Dhadakne Do. Fabricating the main theme for the wedding invite, the tone was set to sea-inspired hues along with a tinge of gold.

It was a four day wedding that took place across three different locations, Spain followed by France and finally deboarding in Italy. A beautiful memorabilia of the actual cruise ship along with boarding passes was sent out to the guests. There was a different boarding pass designed for each mentioning the sub theme and specific dress code. Inspired by the poster of the movie Dil Dhakadne Do, the invite incorporated images of the couple along with the groom’s parents relaxing on a pool side chair. From beautiful typography to ancient gold anchors to a small flag on the cruise, every bit of the invite was designed in sync with this nautical soiree. The Cruise stationery and collaterals were also intertwined with the wedding theme. Coasters, water bottle, wedding itinerary, DND doorknob, paper napkins and keycards added to the magnificent sojourn in the midst of the ocean.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

Classics never go out of style. This couple wanted to embrace the beautiful ivories and gold for their invitation with a hint of Spanish red. Various events have been creatively depicted through symbols on various inserts reflecting the mood of the event. The cover is made using multiple overlays of golds in matt and glossy finish. The invitation is artistically wrapped in a self-printed butter paper envelope with gold border.

The invitation suite is a reflection of all things classic. The couple wanted a very rich and opulent invitation for their wedding. Taking their vision forward, we got inspired by a beautiful art inlay from their native state but contemporized it in a completely European palette-French cocoa, ivory, crème’, plush and mahogany brown. The wedding insignia is a beautiful colonial peacock crest with vintage calligraphy initials. The Invitation is a soft satin padded custom printed album style card with pages in rich French paper. The invitation album was gold plated with the wedding crest. Instead of a paper cardboard box to accompany the card, it was accompanied with a freshly baked cake loaf on a custom made rare brown mother of pearl platter and chocolate dragees in a coordinated mother of pearl box all beautifully packaged in a matching blush carry bag.

Making her name in the male-dominated world of laughter and comedy, Bharti Singh rose to fame with her dedication and on-point sense of humour. Interweaving a nautical theme, the invitation card beautifully incorporates the couple’s fun personality in every insert. The vivid hues of the invite along with watercolor rendering are the highlights of this invite. Playful 3D pop ups, hysterical reverse roleplay of a bride and a groom bounded together with a picturesque and nautical feel justifies an innovative approach towards wedding invitations. From incorporating a hangover kit in the invite to adding a source of unlimited entertainment-liquor in the wedding invitation box, the whole process was personalised, keeping in mind the client’s preferences.

It’s always good to break the mould and not follow what is obvious. The essence of the wedding was very much the blue city and the iconic peacocks from the place but in an extremely non pasticcio style with watercolor rendering as the key inspiration. Instead of taking the colourful and kitsch iconography of the place we went ahead with the aerial view of the city as the inspiration and striked in Rose gold and cobalt tints as the palette for the wedding invitations and stationery. The invitation and the wedding stationery had delicate laser cut details, hand brushed beautiful pink champa flowers, hot off the press rose gold foiling and the dancing water color Ganesha design.

Inspired by realms of the poetry, Shoaib and Dipika’s invite is a reflection of their love and strong desire for each other. The story of the invite revolves around Dipika’s art of writing poetry for Shoaib, who in turn equally cherishes this art and keeps it alive. The card breaks the monotony of a typical invitation card and ventures into the novel concept of a personal diary. The emerald green invite is portrayed as Dipika’s diary which has her most beautiful creation written on it- ‘Zindagi ki Kitaab ko Khoobsurat bana rahe hai’. Wrapped in gold tissue paper with their initials stamped on it, the card takes one to a land of nostalgia and portrays an old world charm to the viewer. On opening, the viewer can see their wedding hashtag #dodilmilrahehai on the left side flap of the invite. On the right side, amidst a gold laser-cut frame lies an invitation to the dreamy wedding reception

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The Indian palaces are one of the most gorgeous examples of architectural marvel that forms an integral part of the cultural heritage. This is beautifully transported into a 3-dimensional invitation concept for the Modi wedding in Jaipur. The invitation was in a rather unusual style and scale with the entire box forming the front façade of an Indian Palace with imprints inspired by the Amer fort. The exteriors had a fresco feel to them with interiors reminiscent of a sheel mahal style baithak. The palace opens its doors with a humongous mulmul fan hanging from the ceiling which in the erstwhile era used to keep the palace airy at all times. This installation is actually the main invite. One can take out the fan and read through it pages. The entire box can be used as a beautiful element of décor or the fan can be used separately as a hand fan or be decorated as well symbolic of the Jaipur Royalty.

The Fan invite is handmade with Jaipuri muslin cotton and gota. The box also has a compartment for the Paan gilores that was sent along with the invitation, another symbol of the Rajputi darbaars.

Imagine receiving a beautifully adorned box in the mail and when you open it, music plays as you lift out the most exquisite invitation you have ever received – a visual and musical work of art that your guests will talk about for years to come. We believed that with such an invite, guests will have a hard time taking their eyes off of this bespoke wedding invitation featuring the incredible precision of laser cutting and the textured beauty of detailed embossing. With personalized music, sumptuous paper and superior workmanship, the end result was a one-of-a-kind creation that is truly a work of art.

Welcome to the future! And, take your guests there too. For a couple bitten by the technology bug, we decided to bring in a little time travel in the mix. Leaps and bound ahead of any digital Whatsapp e-video, this Virtual Reality based invite allowed the guests to get a little flavour of the wedding festivities well in advance and to enjoy the Bahrain culture to be all excited to join in the wedding celebrations, right in the comfort of their home way before they actually head for the wedding.

The invite is based on Virtual Reality technology-A believable, interactive 3D computer-created world that you can explore so you feel you really are there, both mentally and physically. The invite engages both your body and your mind. It is the most immersive type of reality technology and was designed to give a glimpse of the wedding festivities of Pratik & Kamakshi’s Bahrain wedding, keeping in mind the actual wedding decor and dress code. It all starts with a trunk-inspired world map themed explosion box that opens up to reveal about the various wedding events and corresponding dress codes. It goes onto Pratik and Kamakshi’s cutesy 3D cartoon characters standing gleefully amongst faux grass Island (depicting the Island Nation – Bahrain). The story is then taken forward with a virtual reality headset. To enjoy the adventures of Pratik and Kamakshi in Bahrain, one has to plug in the headset to their mobile phone and place it on their head. The video then transports the viewer to the soon-to-happen blissful wedding celebrations of Pratik and Kamakshi. Collaterals like a spinning wheel based wedding itinerary, pop-up thank you card, key card holder, welcome card were also sent out to complete the wedding story. It was India’s first of it’s kind Virtual Reality based wedding invitation.

A vintage soiree is an ode to the old world charm of the British museum, which is an inspiration for millions of people. Crafted using Leatherite side border and vintage parchment paper, the wedding invitation has been designed to look like a classic fairytale book rather than a mere wedding invitation. The minimal metal leather clasp paired with handcrafted 3D metal butterflies and the visual aesthetics of the book invitation are symbolic of the old British books. The wedding logo has also been crafted on the lines of the crest of the royal British family. The invitation has been designed to exude timeless elegance and classic taste of the client.

The 3D pop up of hot air balloon and vintage florals adds to the little brief about the couple’s enchanting love story. The concept of adding bookmarks has been used in an explorative way by prompting the details of the mehendi event. As it was a cross-cultural wedding, the book invitation had details about wedding rituals of both the cultures-Hindu and Sikh. With quirky tagline like ‘Lekin Party Abhi Baaki Hai’ to signify the wedding reception, the fairytale invite depicted the sojourn of two star-crossed lovers in a subtle yet exquisite manner.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

Corporate

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

stationery

Blending the heritage appeal with today’s importance of handwritten notes, out stationery gift boxes and personalised stationery leads one to the world of elegance and style.

  • Corporate
  • Social

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

Corporate

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

A Fusion of nautical theme which surely captured the whimsical and romantic essence of one’s wedding which was further paired with the concept of Cruise wedding. It laid a path for an unparalleled experience for the wedding guests. Inspired by the couple’s love for Bollywood movies, the idea of a Cruise wedding was intermixed with the grandeur of a desi flick, Dil Dhadakne Do. Fabricating the main theme for the wedding invite, the tone was set to sea-inspired hues along with a tinge of gold.

It was a four day wedding that took place across three different locations, Spain followed by France and finally deboarding in Italy. A beautiful memorabilia of the actual cruise ship along with boarding passes was sent out to the guests. There was a different boarding pass designed for each mentioning the sub theme and specific dress code. Inspired by the poster of the movie Dil Dhakadne Do, the invite incorporated images of the couple along with the groom’s parents relaxing on a pool side chair. From beautiful typography to ancient gold anchors to a small flag on the cruise, every bit of the invite was designed in sync with this nautical soiree. The Cruise stationery and collaterals were also intertwined with the wedding theme. Coasters, water bottle, wedding itinerary, DND doorknob, paper napkins and keycards added to the magnificent sojourn in the midst of the ocean.

Making her name in the male-dominated world of laughter and comedy, Bharti Singh rose to fame with her dedication and on-point sense of humour. Interweaving a nautical theme, the invitation card beautifully incorporates the couple’s fun personality in every insert. The vivid hues of the invite along with watercolor rendering are the highlights of this invite. Playful 3D pop ups, hysterical reverse roleplay of a bride and a groom bounded together with a picturesque and nautical feel justifies an innovative approach towards wedding invitations. From incorporating a hangover kit in the invite to adding a source of unlimited entertainment-liquor in the wedding invitation box, the whole process was personalised, keeping in mind the client’s preferences.

Inspired by realms of the poetry, Shoaib and Dipika’s invite is a reflection of their love and strong desire for each other. The story of the invite revolves around Dipika’s art of writing poetry for Shoaib, who in turn equally cherishes this art and keeps it alive. The card breaks the monotony of a typical invitation card and ventures into the novel concept of a personal diary. The emerald green invite is portrayed as Dipika’s diary which has her most beautiful creation written on it- ‘Zindagi ki Kitaab ko Khoobsurat bana rahe hai’. Wrapped in gold tissue paper with their initials stamped on it, the card takes one to a land of nostalgia and portrays an old world charm to the viewer. On opening, the viewer can see their wedding hashtag #dodilmilrahehai on the left side flap of the invite. On the right side, amidst a gold laser-cut frame lies an invitation to the dreamy wedding reception

Social

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

A Fusion of nautical theme which surely captured the whimsical and romantic essence of one’s wedding which was further paired with the concept of Cruise wedding. It laid a path for an unparalleled experience for the wedding guests. Inspired by the couple’s love for Bollywood movies, the idea of a Cruise wedding was intermixed with the grandeur of a desi flick, Dil Dhadakne Do. Fabricating the main theme for the wedding invite, the tone was set to sea-inspired hues along with a tinge of gold.

It was a four day wedding that took place across three different locations, Spain followed by France and finally deboarding in Italy. A beautiful memorabilia of the actual cruise ship along with boarding passes was sent out to the guests. There was a different boarding pass designed for each mentioning the sub theme and specific dress code. Inspired by the poster of the movie Dil Dhakadne Do, the invite incorporated images of the couple along with the groom’s parents relaxing on a pool side chair. From beautiful typography to ancient gold anchors to a small flag on the cruise, every bit of the invite was designed in sync with this nautical soiree. The Cruise stationery and collaterals were also intertwined with the wedding theme. Coasters, water bottle, wedding itinerary, DND doorknob, paper napkins and keycards added to the magnificent sojourn in the midst of the ocean.

Making her name in the male-dominated world of laughter and comedy, Bharti Singh rose to fame with her dedication and on-point sense of humour. Interweaving a nautical theme, the invitation card beautifully incorporates the couple’s fun personality in every insert. The vivid hues of the invite along with watercolor rendering are the highlights of this invite. Playful 3D pop ups, hysterical reverse roleplay of a bride and a groom bounded together with a picturesque and nautical feel justifies an innovative approach towards wedding invitations. From incorporating a hangover kit in the invite to adding a source of unlimited entertainment-liquor in the wedding invitation box, the whole process was personalised, keeping in mind the client’s preferences.

Inspired by realms of the poetry, Shoaib and Dipika’s invite is a reflection of their love and strong desire for each other. The story of the invite revolves around Dipika’s art of writing poetry for Shoaib, who in turn equally cherishes this art and keeps it alive. The card breaks the monotony of a typical invitation card and ventures into the novel concept of a personal diary. The emerald green invite is portrayed as Dipika’s diary which has her most beautiful creation written on it- ‘Zindagi ki Kitaab ko Khoobsurat bana rahe hai’. Wrapped in gold tissue paper with their initials stamped on it, the card takes one to a land of nostalgia and portrays an old world charm to the viewer. On opening, the viewer can see their wedding hashtag #dodilmilrahehai on the left side flap of the invite. On the right side, amidst a gold laser-cut frame lies an invitation to the dreamy wedding reception

digital communication

A curated collection of fine crafted pieces-the perfect gift for all occasions. Handcrafted favours play a crucial part in your invitation suite and can amp up the look and style of your wedding invitation.

E-invites

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

Video Invites

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

Whatsapp Communication

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.

Social Media Communication

The love of Radha and Krishna is symbolic of the eternal love affair between the devoted mortal and Divine Radha. Radha’s yearning for union with her beloved Krishna is the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening. The Mini Dibbi invitation is derived from the small paan dibbas used in olden times. The invitation is handcrafted in custom printed silk and also has a little mirror inside it. We wanted the invitation box to be of utility so the size was kept very precise and one could use this into a cutesy trinket box, pooja box or a miniature vanity box. Other elements included coordinated shawls with the same print as a wedding return gift, Ginni boxes for sagan and matching poltis as mehendi favors.

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The invite was designed keeping in mind the couple for whom Indian traditions are deep rooted and who wanted to celebrate every part of their wedding. We had curated a Cane basket hamper with a miniature doli invitatio. It was accompanied with packed Indian savouries in gorgeous dual colour tissue organza potlis inspired by the traditional concept of the Indian Rajasthani Palki and how Indian brides use to travel in them to their ‘sasuraal’ with ‘bhets’ for their loved ones. The concept was further given life with a top center opening landscape box. The box opens into a beautiful printed inling of a miniature forest on one side and the palace on the other side depicting the journey of the bride with a handcrafted brocade doli cum box invitation inside it. The doli holds the laser cut work event inserts inside them.

The hamper is also accompanied with various regional savouries of Rajasthan depictive of the wedding destination. The entire basket is tastefully decorated with Indian gota and jewel elements further wrapped in a rich red organza fabric to be beautifully hand delivered to the guests.