The memorable occasion of wedding comes once in life and every bride and groom have expectations for their D-Day. It is a day filled with fun and enjoyment by family, friends and guests.
India is known for its cultural diversity, particularly popular for its weddings. Guests play a very important part of an Indian wedding. We make sure to inform them of the wedding events and other rituals in the form of a Wedding invitation card.
It is the first time that the name of the bride and groom will appear together in the same place 🙂
Well, I wanted to save our wedding cards(groom and bride)in an unique way and was looking for ideas. After coming to US, I found the shadow boxes are popular and less expensive (compared to Singapore). Initial plan was to add some silk flowers around the cards and store in the shadow box. Unfortunately, it didn’t look great 😦
When I got introduced to quilling, I was surprised to know that this art is very popular in India. The first blog that I saw was http://papercraftss.blogspot.com and was very inspired by her work.
The quilled wedding knot project http://papercraftss.blogspot.com/2013/04/quilled-wedding-knot.html on her blog really caught my attention and I couldn’t wait to remake 🙂
And here is how mine looks after placing the cards 🙂