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Indian Royalty at an English Garden Party: Puja & Sumit

Our invitation played a role in creating the looks for our ceremony day of stationery. The ceremony for us was an intimate and fun event. Because it was outdoors nature played a huge role. The mandap was just flowers with no blocks so that the trees and the view of the course could always be seen. Why cover nature?

When guests entered the venue there is a ways to go in King Valley, so directional signs were a must. As guest arrived they were welcomed with Indian Lemonade at the front - it was a hot day so this was a great call. Along with this our welcome sign greeted everyone. Inside they saw fun activity signs, from signing out Jenga (in place of a guest book) to buffet labels and food station posters.

The programs were created like circle fans to match the welcome sign drink labels. This helped create a cohesive nature throughout along with the matching florals. When guests came back to my parents house for the doli we didn't stop with the stationery, each guest was given custom handkerchiefs from India with a cute label for happy tears.

As Seen In: Wedding Bells Magazine

What we created:

- Direction Lawn Signs

- Welcome Sign

- Welcome Drink Sign + Drink Glass Labels

- Bar Signs

- Fan Wedding Programs

- Fun Signs

- Favour Tags

Vendor Love Photography: Banga Studios Ceremony location: King Valley Golf Club Planner: Rosy from Arora Wedding & Event Planning Bridal party & Groom’s attire: Gaurav from CTC West Hair: Nalini Persaud Makeup: Amanda Reid Makeup Henna artist: Sonal Shah Turban/Dhol: Vic Sehdev Caterer: The Host Fine Indian Cuisine  Decor and flowers: Sara Baig Designs Videographer: Joseph from JF Squared Films

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