adara - Badal and Jai

adara - Badal and Jai
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Planning a wedding and working a full time job is hard enough, let alone designing your own invites! It was stressful, but it all came together in the end.

 

Luckily, I didn’t have too much time to over think it.

Knowing that I had to use some traditional elements like a Ganesha, my goal was integrate it without having the whole invite feel outdated.  From color to illustration style, this whole set is all about mixing and matching. Once I create the Madhubani Rani insert, I knew the collection was complete. Yes, there is a complementary Raja too (not seen below).

This suite was printed mostly by engraving which gives a very textural feel to the stationery. The ink is raised off the paper, almost emulating how henna would be applied to your hand. The overall vibe is offbeat which is what inspired the name for the digitally printed version of this offered in my House Collections: Hatké

 
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Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

Photo by Eager Hearts Photography Co

See more photos from our wedding day here