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10 Out-Of-The-Box Wedding Invitation Ideas for Your Big Indian Wedding
Wedding Planning - Nov 16, 2017
Announce your wedding in style and invite your guests with panache.
Here’s a round up of our favorite wedding invitations.
The celebrations begin with the invitation. Not only do they set the tone for your big day, as the first thing your guests are privy to, the wedding invite offers a sneak peek of all the wonderful things you’ve spent so much time and effort planning.
You can choose the form – interesting paper or other materials, elaborate craft and architecture, physical adornments etc. You can create the visual aesthetic – custom illustrations, motifs, monograms and creative color palettes. You can conjure up emotion – traditional religious quotes, gorgeous poetry or cheeky, funny lines. All of this comes together to inform your guests about how wonderful your one-of-a-kind celebration is going to be.
The ‘boxed’ invitation has an added advantage – it’s like opening a present and the structure can hold many surprises and delights. We’ve put together a list of 10 unique box wedding invitation ideas.
1. Beach in a Box Invite from CreateAflutter
The tide is coming in and you’re getting ready to waltz into the sunset. You want to showcase your big day by the ocean so get your guests ready to dive right in with this message in a bottle (in a box) and the stationery suite embracing the location like this one designed by CreateAflutter.
2. A Monopoly Invite from Pink Whistle Man
Your guests will be anything but bored when they receive an actual mini board game in the mail. Personalize it with your story as a sweet bonus just like this one designed by Pink Whistle Man.
3. Tree of Life from Turmeric Ink
The Tree of Life is a wonderful metaphor and this invitation designed by Turmeric Ink comes with beautiful, traditional bells which bring a very special feeling to the package. Pastel inserts are a pleasure to look at and these three hexagonal long boxes hide three different kinds of supari as giveaways. You can choose to fill them with something that brings your own personality to the invite.
4. A Floral Invitation from Rohan & Aparna Invitations
Say it with flowers. The lovely letterpress details and watercolor accents will delight any bride-to-be. The floral designs by Rohan & Aparna Invitations are perfect for a dreamy bash with a traditional aesthetic.
5. An Elegant Pastel Invitation from Expressing Ideas
Whether you add groom-approved gold foil detail or play with bold colors and stylish calligraphy, this invitation designed by Expressing Ideas is an unexpected way to create a floral invitation that speaks to the moment and to you as a pair.
6. Palace Wedding Themed Invite from Kankotri
There’s a subtle, understated opulence that spells true class with this invitation that is perfect for someone getting married in a palace. Designed by Kankotri and crafted out of velvet and wood with intricate laser work and mirror work, the box opens like a shelf revealing a selection of sweets. It also contains a booklet with Rajasthani miniature paintings that doubles up as the printed invitation.
7. An Elegant Coordinated Wedding Invite from Itchha Talreja Designs
A lush, grand invitation – this one features coordinated candles, trays and invitations. This deluxe and elegant wedding invite package is designed by Itchha Talreja Designs exudes class.
8. Pastel Embroidered Invitation from Puneet Gupta Luxury
We love a good old-fashioned wedding invitation, but we also love a trendsetting box invite that’s totally personalized and looks regal like this one designed by Puneet Gupta Luxury.
9. Blue and Gold Tiled Accented Invite from Ravish Kapoor
Designed for a destination wedding in Turkey, take a cue from this creation that is inspired by the beautiful tile work in the historic monuments of the Sultanamet area. The white, blue and gold tiled accented box is constructed to reveal the beautiful Ganesh gift, set upon an engraved pedestal.
10. Peacock Theme Invite from Upani Artisan Design Studio
If you’re hosting a destination wedding, it helps to give guests an invite with detailed schedules, dress codes and recommended activities for their stay. Stamped with real shimmering foil, this unique and stunning invitation begs to be a keepsake long after the wedding is over.
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