Spring heralds fresh looks and new beginnings for the whole world. Join in this seasonal shift by celebrating your wedding. Wamil is the new Spring 2015 wedding design we are excited to announce and the look is full of cultural influences to make the motif special. Classic mandala designs are used to create a timeless feel for Wamil and the floral details add a charm unique to the spring season.
The original design is brought out by the fun use of details in the envelope lining. An alternative take on the overall look is shown in the repeating patters seen here. An elegant second paper layer allows the delicate colors to pop and get noticed.
If you love a henna look then this invitation is perfect for your wedding. Invitation details are written in a henna-inspired font that ties the whole suite together. Wedding colors for any bride can be used to personalize the look for a unique feel.
Your wedding ceremony is a special and very unique time for you and your beau. Your cultures, personalities, and family traditions are often represented during this event and your loved ones are there to support you during this big day. Often, there are a few stages of celebration and tradition that would be helpful to outline. Whether there are songs included here on your big day, rituals from your cultures, or simply words of love you would like to share with your family, a wedding day program is a wonderful piece to have for your guests.
Wedding programs can come in any style you’d like for your big day. Letterpress and digital prints are available to suit your style, and the presentation is up to you! Accordion folds, menu-style looks, and even paper fans for hot outdoor events can all be created for your special day. Find us over at Invitations by Ajalon for more styles and invitation designs to fit your wedding looks. See you soon!
December is a perfect month to get hitched. With the weather frosty and downright romantic, you can’t help but think about tying the knot. With family in mind, December is a time of year meant for sharing your love and bringing your friends and folks together. If you’re drooling over a holiday themed wedding, we bring you a very merry Christmas themed inspiration blog! Grab your mittens and hot cocoa and enjoy!
Sandstone is one of the many beautiful colors announced by Pantone for this Spring 2015. Wedding trends are already leaning toward this cutting edge neutral that adds a level of unique energy to any event. The nude makeup look that is very en vougue is complemented by this look, as well ombre bridesmaids dresses, rustic receptions, and Indian fusion weddings. Take a peek at some of the styles we think are meant for you:
A formal wedding filled with beautiful and thoughtful details can only be paired with the Spring 2015 design Parika. Created for the most romantic of events, this is a modern fusion suite that incorporates the traditional looks of Indian celebrations with the boho chic features of peacocks and gold-flecked details. The elegance of Parikha will sweep you off your feet for the wedding you and your loved ones will never forget. Pair this look with silk folders and champagne colored ribbons for a full effect of classic wedding looks.
If you are hosting a traditional Indian wedding, order your wedding cards in this peacock design. The Sangeet card will look handsome alongside the gold foil invitation and the sunflower yellow RSVP postcard. A shimmering pearlescent purple paper is one option for your unique set. If your wedding colors are different schemes, try papers in contrasting hues.
Not only will your wedding day pieces be breath-taking in Parikha, but your additional stationery cards will be incredible as well. Order thank you cards to offer your appreciation for your guests’ wedding gifts and generosity with their time and love.
Are you all atwitter about the upcoming holiday? So are these couples who chose to celebrate their big days right around the most wonderful time of the year. The bitter cold can’t keep these brides and grooms away from the hot chocolate, the sleigh rides, and the cranberry-laden cakes. Feast your eyes on these yummy inspirations for your wedding next year!
What details will you include on your big day? A Christmas tree? Holiday ornaments? Perhaps nutcracker favors? We’d love to hear what your holiday wedding plans entail, so let us know!
The wedding veil is a piece of history we can’t give up. While the origins are a bit strange-hiding the bride from evil spirits-the look has remained throughout the years, even after couples outgrew such superstitions. A veil is now an accessory you might not see at every wedding. Like garters, gloves, and matching bridesmaids dresses, the veil is an afterthought not used as frequently in modern weddings as they did in our parents’ day and age.
However, those brides who do love their veils love them well and know that the styles are many. Here are a few looks we’ve chosen to highlight the many veils to match your dress:
From birdcage to cathedral, these veils are only a few of the many styles available to match your bridal looks. Visit our Pinterest pages for more ideas on your big day’s themes, colors, and more! See you there!
A lovely garden party themed wedding can only look more ravishing with this romantic invitation suite. Aurora is our 2015 spring motif with Pantone tints to bring out the details on this floral design. With delicate lines that mimic hand-crafted carvings, this rose adorned stationery is a look that is a classic piece of romantic traditions. Aurora is suite you and your family will love.
Add a Thank You card to the invitations to send an extra piece of your personal touch to the wedding paper stationery. The calligraphy found on this mirrors your Save The Date cards adorned with garden blooms and whimsical lettering.
Dress Aurora’s set up with a belly band in your wedding colors. This unique look is a detail that only adds to the beautiful scenery of this card set. Add a map insert to help your friends and family find your wedding venue with ease.
We love Lucite Green, the dreamy color released by Pantone for Spring 2015. The hue speaks of long luxurious days, basking at the park, and late evenings with friends over a cup of peppermint tea. Any wedding will shine with Lucite Green and the youthful loving energy will burst forth in all your big day’s details. Whether you’re serving mint cocktails, tasting scoops of refreshing gelato, or donning your favorite tea party themed dress, try these inspirations for your wedding day and reception. Here are a few of our favorite looks:
Wedding jewelry takes on special meaning within different cultures. In some Indian states, kaliras are special pieces work by the bride to represent very important people in her life. The look is one of elegance and beauty and the wedding ceremony is only brightened with the kaliras adorning the lovely bride.
Kaliras are worn around the wrist, often tied to one of the traditional red bangles the bride dons. They hang down, decorated with tiers of small umbrella-shaped pieces and strands of beads or shells. These are traditionally made of gold and hand crafted by a female member of the family. The kaliras are worn to remind the bride of her friends and family she is soon leaving behind for married life. Kaliras and the red bangles from the wedding ceremony are worn for forty days after the big day. During this time, the wife is not allowed to do any housework.
The bride uses the kaliras to honor the unmarried women in her family. The kaliras are shaken over the heads of each single woman for good luck. If a piece falls on one of the women, it means she will be the next to marry.
The look has become very popular all over India, so more and more brides are wearing these unique pieces for their wedding. Here are some of our favorite kaliras looks for a modern fusion wedding:
For more inspiration, visit our Pinterest page. We have hundreds of styles for you to choose from and wedding stationery to influence your big day!