A wedding is a celebration of a man and a woman being joined together in holy matrimony. A religious act that unites a couple into a marriage, marking the beginning of their lives together, is usually celebrated with family and friends.
When planning a wedding it is important to keep in mind the religious background of both the bride and groom. Sending out ethnic and religious wedding invitations lets your recipients know how the couple plans to start their lives together.
When browsing ethnic and religious wedding invitations there are many templates available to guide you in selecting the right style and layout for your wedding. A few ideas you may want to include on your wedding invitations are:
1) Religious Symbol - Christian cross, Jewish Star of David, Fish symbol
2) Heritage - family crest, unity candle
3) Biblical Verse - favorite Psalm, meaningful quote from bible
Including an engagement photo of the couple on the front of the wedding invitation is another common addition beyond the standard date, time, and location. This gives distant relatives and childhood friends a chance to see what the couple looks like today.
The ethnic and religious wedding invitations serve not only as an invite to your guests but as a keepsake from your day filled with love and memories.
Decorated with light watercolor stamps of leaves, these beautiful wedding
invitations designed by Lady Jae provide a unique way to share your special day with friends, family members and loved ones.