Wedding Card Trends: Branding your Wedding!
Every couple today has a theme or concept in mind for their wedding. Designing a wedding card in sync with one's taste and personality is very important for modern age couples. They wish to reach out to their friends and family in fun and creative ways announcing the date of their wedding! This is very unlike the age old trend of giving out conventional marriage cards with a simple motif and boring colours.
We all love to see bright colours and some funky designing in cards whether sending out or receiving them. myShaadi.in spoke to Sindoor Shah, a lady who actually 'brands' your wedding by creating signature invitation cards for couples. She shares some of her designs and client stories with us...
Ananya weds Amit
This invitation is designed for a destination Goa wedding. We incorporated sketched palm trees and the beachfront, juxtaposed with elements from a traditional Indian wedding such as flowers, royal elephants and the mandap. The gold-foiled crest adds a third dimension to the complex jacket, which contrasts to the simplified, yet colorful inserts.
Deepak weds Priyadarshini
The concept for this invitation was a bold and graphic flower motif containing intricate and interwoven patterns in very bright hues for a June wedding ceremony. The seven petals on the flower stand for the seven wedding pheras between the couple.
Mehak weds Raashid
The theme of this wedding was Mughal Royalty. A beautiful and antique wooden photo frame lent itself as a holder for the function invitations. The wooden frame was adorned with a classic “maharaja” kalgi to signify royalty. The introduction insert with miniature paintings and drawings from the mughal era set the perfect tone for this wedding. Islamic motifs and patterns along with the sepia tone background used throughout the invite excited the guests who awaited a “classic and traditional” marriage.
Rashi weds Anuj
The 'Saat Pheras' or seven vows of the wedding are shown through the seven layers of Rajasthani arches. They overlap to form a beautiful lotus, which signifies divine purity and enlightenment. The bright colors and arches combined with gold set the right tone for the Royal Rajasthan wedding.
Sarthak weds Reema
Imagine receiving a business card holder in the mail. Open it to find a business card wedding invitation for each function. Sindoor Couture Designs managed to create an original illustration with a marigold flower, an auspicious wedding flower combined with beautiful organic watercolor backgrounds, textured paper stock and detailed gold foiling at the back of each insert. This small and stylish invitation was the talk of the town, being a unique experience for the guest, who anticipated a very “original & modern” wedding.
Tanya’s Tea Party
Tanya’s sisters hosted her bridal shower in the form of a tea party at an outdoor lounge. We incorporated spring/summer elements and colors in a beautiful keepsake jewelry box for her guests. The crystal embellishment on the box was designed to be worn as a brooch as well. The jewelry box held the invitation details for the one of a kind tea party that featured teas from around the world, girlfriends and gossip. The orange, pinks and gold were extended to match outdoor decor and finger food.
Designs Coutesy: Sindoor Couture Designs
About Sindoor Couture Designs
At SCD we design wedding collateral concepts for clients all over the globe, branding every little detail to make the occasion personal by combining youthful, modern motifs with traditional touches of typography. We believe that a wedding day is the most important day of life, and every detail has to speak the couple's story, every color has to emulate love, joy and hope.
Sindoor Couture Designs help you highlight this beautiful journey with colors, beautiful motifs, and most importantly, a clever concept. We create custom wedding stationery to make events look personalized and cohesive. Our designs are very conceptual, customized and modern, as they interwoven by the couple's story within the creative.Website,Facebook.