Indian Wedding Invitations website

ZOYA Couture Indian Wedding Invitations

Why a “Wedsite”

They’re Free

That’s right: free. No registration fees, upgrade package costs, or other hidden costs. Ever!
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Personalize your site with you favorite songs, and give your guests a taste of what’s to come!
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Group Emails

Send out engagement announcements or even save-the-date notices using our group email tools.
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Manage each one of your guest lists for EACH of your wedding events all from your website. Guests can use this feature to RSVP to your Mehndi, Sangeet, Wedding AND provide meal preferences.
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Photo Galleries

Upload unlimited pictures! Share photos of your engagement party, the proposal, or even from when you first met!
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Your Own Wedding Blog

You know, we LOVE blogs. What better way for your guests to know about all the fun you had planning that with updates on your very own blog.
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Guest Book & Contact

Your guests can sign your guestbook and you can send messages through our messaging tool.
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Customer Service

We are here to help you with any of your wedding website related problems.
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Wedding invitation wording question!

2005-04-20 09:54:10 by soontobe

Hi everyone,
I'm getting married in August and I'm in the process of creating my own invitations. There are a couple questions. I am having a Hindu ceremony (my fiance is Indian, I am American) and I would like to encourage my guests to wear either Indian attire (I will be in a sari) or attire from their culture (a diverse family and friends). Is there an appropriate way to convey this message and where do I put that information? My other issue is gift registry. Neither my fiance nor I really like the idea, but people will want to bring us gifts and we would like to give them the opportunity to do so

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  • Heavy-duty card stock.
  • Gloss finish exterior
  • Matte finish interior for smudge free writing
  • Cards are creased for easy folding
  • Set of 12 greeting cards; 12 white envelopes included.

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