Most Fascinating & Expensive Indian Wedding Invites
Invitation card symbolizes one’s personal interest for the most special day of their life – Wedding. It is the most pious event of one’s life and to represent such an occasion, a suitable invite is required.
If you are searching something unique for your wedding invitation card, check-out the invites of some of the Indian celebrities who used a lot of thoughts, imaginations and definitely load of money in making the wedding invites.
Vanisha Mittal & Arvind Bhatia:
Indian-born steel tycoon in London – Lakshmi Mittal’s daughter, Vanisha married Amit Bhatia, a banker in 2004 and their wedding was one of the best weddings ever. The invitation to this most expensive wedding was sent in 20 pages thick silver- cased invitation, a hand-painted booklet interspersed with poems along with the venue description and tickets to France.
Shilpa Shetty & Raj Kundra:
Over the top majestic ceremony of Shilpa Shetty & Raj Kundra was personalized with a royal square-shaped golden coloured wedding card and a special royal crest with their initials ‘RS’ on it. The details of the wedding ceremony were placed in a booklet style in the box with lord Ganesha’s face imprinted in the middle.
Aishwarya Rai & Abhishek Bachchan:
Just like their names, their invitation had to be special. A beautiful collection of three golden colored boxes with two big entangled ‘AS’ drawn on them and all the boxes were held altogether with a beautiful red ribbon.
Imran Khan & Avantika Malik:
The wedding invitation of the heartthrob Imran and the beautiful Avantika reflect the playfulness and imaginative style of the couple. The details of the occasion were printed on a yellow coloured paper attached to a pin-wheel and invitation box consisted of two silver and black boxes.
Vivek Oberoi & Priyanka Alva:
One of the most expensive wedding cards ever made was of Vivek and Priyanka’s wedding. Yes, the real gold and crushed gemstones were used to make this eco-friendly card in which one part was for chocolates and other contained separate invites for different wedding ceremonies.