The eternal union of two bodies and souls by performing various rituals is the root of a wedding ceremony. Such rituals are built upon age-old beliefs and traditions to form an important part of a wedding ceremony. It is a matter of pride and joy for the whole community along with the parents of the bride and groom, which has to be celebrated. It is a life-long commitment not only between two people but two families to share each other's joys and sorrows. This is the common belief about marriage in India. It is a proud culture of India and Tamil weddings are no different from them. Tamil culture is widely known for its simplicity and the rituals which perfectly depict their connection to the roots of their religion.

Even though we can say that Tamil weddings are not completely show-off like other north-Indian weddings but, yet they are as extravagant and lavish when it comes to few traditions. They are keen to do the rituals in a way they should be done. This makes all the rituals and Tamil wedding cards so unique to witness.

A traditional South Indian or Tamil wedding invitation is not a card rather a printed leaflet that borrows its form from a centuries-old tradition of oral announcement or a personal handwritten letter. There is a traditional template to it and it is generally enclosed within decorative borders. There are images of Hindu gods on top of it, with an incantation to the family's ancestral god. Such customs are used to invite the blessings of almighty to shower upon the newly-wed couple.

The next part of the invite consists of the invitation being drafted like a formal letter to the recipient of the card informing them about the auspicious event and inviting them to be a part of the ceremony. All the details of the Tamil wedding card including the educational and professional qualifications of the bride and groom are considered important as it establishes family status and lineage. Names and details of the close family members are mentioned along with the day, date, and venue of the wedding ceremony.

Traditionally, the announcements were in the vernacular language and carry very little English text. However, nowadays, couples like to add a modern touch to the Tamil wedding invitation and thus it is an increasingly common practice to have an English version of the invitation being printed on the reverse side of the paper.

So, we could very well say that we understand the unique demands of our customers and design a perfect Indian invitation card for your friends and family so that they can join you on your big day and make it a loving memory. With our valuable input, stay true to your rich heritage and connected to your roots. Lots of love to all the people in love!!!

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