If you are looking for Rajasthani Wedding Card Invitation, then you are in the right place. When you think of a royal heritage wedding, you find yourself picturing a vibrant affair in Rangeelo Rajasthan. Destination Weddings & Traditional Indian Weddings are celebrated Royally in Rajasthan. So we believe that even your Wedding Invitation Ecard aka the Digital Wedding Patrika should be Royal & have that touch of Rajasthan Fort Palace Doors. So here we go! Presenting our exclusive handcrafted ‘Indian Rajasthani Dwar Collection’.
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This brand new Esuite collection of Rajasthani Wedding Card, goes best for all your occasions like Tilak, Mehendi, Haldi, Sangeet, Wedding, Reception, Nikasi, Batisi, Mayra and more.
Our Rajasthani Wedding Invitations are inspired by Rajasthan’s vibrant colours, famous Forts, Monuments & Palaces. We created these designs with a huge inspiration from the Peacock Gate, City Palace, Jaipur. So it gives a royal feel to your ecard same, just as much as the Marwari Weddings that are lavish & grand with several pre and post-wedding functions.
Our Ecards will best fit & be visible on any smartphone. And it is easy to share via Whatsapp, Facebook & other social media platforms.
This Ecard Invites can be used for Gujarati, Marwari, or any Traditional Indian Hidu Wedding, specially the ones taking place in Forts, Palaces & Mahals.
Types of Wedding Functions we can incorporate:-
- Ganpati Sthapana – A couple of days before the wedding, both the bride and the groom’s family observe this ritual where they open the wedding rituals by putting the Idol of Lord Ganesh on a sacred pedestal in a process known as Ganapati Sthapana.
- Pithi Dastoor – Pithi Dastoor refers to a ceremony akin to the Haldi in other cultures. A paste of turmeric, sandalwood and sometimes besan is applied to both the bride and groom referred to as Pithi.
- Mayra Ceremony – During this ritual, the maternal uncle or mama of both the bride and the groom visit their home and bring with him an array of gifts.
- Janeu – On the eve of the wedding, a sacred thread is presented to the groom by the priest after he has performed a puja and havan.
- Sangeet & Dance
- Ring Ceremony
- Nikasi – Just before the groom heads out for the wedding venue, an elaborate ritual involving tying of a headgear known as Sehra is practiced.
- Baraat – Baraat refers to the wedding procession accompanying the groom as he sets off for the wedding venue.
- Toran – the entrance of the wedding venue is elaborately decorated with Toran.
- Phera – Here, the bride and the groom go around the sacred fire seven times.
Still, want something unique, We also have Rajasthani Wedding Invitation Video which are more popular now a days.