10 Amazing Wedding Invitation Cards Online That Save Money

There’s no need for you or any family member to run around shops in old bazaars looking for the perfect wedding card designer and printer, we now live in an era where looking for wedding invitation cards online is a totally viable, painless and cost-effective solution! Check out these 10 online wedding cards and the stores that supply them, letting you customise your own wedding cards and deliver the finished invites to your doorstep!

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Pink-Scroll-Wedding-Cards

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Wedding invitation cards online like these pink scrolls from Parekh Cards are designed to look truly royal. People have preferred scroll announcements for many centuries and now the trend is back! These marriage cards or patrikas are made from hand-made silk paper and have a beautiful royal texture. The folks at Parekh Cards will also ship you a sample for free. (Rs 70/invite)

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Blue-Wedding-card

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This ethnic and classy square card is the perfect combination of traditional and modern from Regal Cards. The Turkish blue card itself is a pocket holding together two inserts tied together by a silver string. There is beautiful kundan work on the front and back of the envelope with a lovely border all around. (Rs 75/invite).

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Rose-royal-Wedding-cards

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when it comes to wedding invitation cards with an Indian flavour, these festive cards by Seven Promises have been designed with Indian aesthetics in mind. It features a fuchsia coloured satin card with floral pattern running across, coupled with mouth-watering selection of sweets or chocolates or dry fruits to choose from. The centre of the card sits the antique kundan brooch complete with the beautiful minakari work in green and red stones. Completing the look are the inserts in textured gold.

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orange-wedding-card

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Indian Wedding Cards manage to design and deliver just about anything you desire! This beautiful folding card is made of orange and red vignette wooly paper and features rows of Kalash symbols printed in gold with kundan work between them. The lower fold has an ornate border design in gold with kundan work. Our favourite part is the golden zari tassel tied in front. The inserts have a similar border design in gold and peach.

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Jarcard-brown-gold-wedding-card

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Designer Ravish Kapoor has built a strong name in the invitation industry and for good reason. Check out this beautiful jacquard box in brown and gold. The Banaras patterned fabric with chocolate brown silk base gives it a regal finish. A simple crystal chain surrounds the text for each insert inside the box. A must-consider when looking at wedding invitation cards online! (Price on request)

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Red-gold-wedding-card

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This classic red and gold portrait style card from Dream Weddings Cards is ideal for those of us who like traditional things. There is a lovely paisley print on gold below a concentric circle with the couple’s initials on them. They’re also offering 10% off on the cards! (Rs 80/invite)

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Light-Blue-Wedding-card

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This kooky-cool design is a completely modern and fun take on the wedding invite. We recommend using this invite for your youngsters or sangeet invitation. (Rs 200 for 20)

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Book-Style-Interfaith-Wedding-card

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This lovely save the date/wedding invitation card from King of Cards is a book type card in red with a die cutting finish. There is a padding box covered with a satin fabric along with a screen printed card. It has a window of metallic gold sheet and has a cover of foil made from metallic coloured board as well. (Rs 60/invite)

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Silk-screen-Wedding-card

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This pretty invitation card by Shantilal Sons is printed on silk screen. Each card weighs about 430 gms and it usually takes them 10-15 days to ship the final product. The ambi design with crystal embellishments in the center is simple and elegant. There is space for a decent amount of text on the inserts. (Rs 250/invite)

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Ghanshyam-Wedding-card

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This laser-cut wedding card design from Ghanshyam Cards is in a classic black and white combination. It features inserts in black, white and maroon. While black might not be traditionally associated with weddings, this card with the gold laser cut work is a stunning example of how you can pull it off. (Rs 71/invite)

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