When you’re picking out your wedding invitation, you have two options – either pick a standard design from any shop and copy paste some generic wordings, OR you can spend some time finding a design you LOVE and carefully craft the wordings to create a special impact when your guests open the invitation.
We prefer the second option. Of course, it’s harder to implement, which is why we’ve created the Ultimate Wedding Invite Guide for you. As part of this guide, here’s a curation of the best Indian wedding card designs we’ve EVER seen! From beautiful watercolours to gorgeous florals, this is where all your wedding stationary dreams come true. Scroll and pin, brides. Scroll. And. PIN!
A Unique Colour Palette
A simple invite made gorgeous with a textured backdrop and gorgeous colours
A mix of beautiful colours with equally beautiful patterns on the back of each insert
Light grey with coral, a touch of hand-painted florals & strings of bulbs
Shades of dusk, speckled with gold dust like a starlit night
A Unique Theme
Filaments bulbs and a beautiful, unique shade of peach <3
An Invite That Features The Latest Wedding Decor Trends (Dreamcatchers, Lanterns, Chandeliers & Bird Cages)
One of THE must gorgeous watercolour invites we’ve EVER seen (with makeup items incorporated into the Wedding insert’s border – personalised for the bride who is a makeup artist)
The wedding destination recreated in a beautiful watercolour painting
Watercolour florals, a handpainted map and a unique envelope lining pattern!
The hills of Kasauli represented in watercolour
Traditional With A Twist
Banana leaves and marigolds done in watercolour for a Maharashtrian wedding
An elephant and a doli on a retro Indian posters inspired invite
Reflecting the rich South Indian Tamil wedding culture
Botanicals meet Rustic
Goa’s calling with this simple botanical invite
Combined with gold and watercolour
Unconventional colour choice, even for pastels! The gold border takes it to a whole other level
With a carriage, scalloped edges and calligraphy, this one’s fit for royalty
Pretty blooms and vibrant hues
Love Birds Theme
Cute parrot illustrations
Truck pop art in a parrots theme
Two lovebirds meet at a lotus-shaped fountain in this retro-style invite
Grand Budapest Hotel Inspired
Inspired by Jaipur’s famous Bar Palladio and the indigo hues you’ll find there
The vintage textile, Kashmiri Pashmina, represented on a colourful wedding invite
With a hint of watercolour florals
Keep it simple with a pop of colour with a small elephant motif
It doesn’t get more minimal than this
Watercolour florals are everyone’s favourite, so when watercolour meets rustic, the result is gorgeous
Marsala Wine Watercolour Florals with a velvet envelope <3
If you loved these florals, see our complete list of the most gorgeous floral wedding invites!
Or go check out the most unique wedding invites we’ve ever seen.