Exotic Indian Wedding Invitations and Decor

Chai placecard
Gold placecards with crystal rhinestones and hand lettering in majestic purple.
menu / buffet duo
Moroccan buffet by Cameron Catering / Chai Menu by Real Card Studio.
spice bar
Moroccan spice bar by Cameron Catering.
Cardamom spread
"Cardamom" pocket folder wedding invitation in gold, magenta, teal, apricot and lime leaf.
savory/bagel necklace
"Chai" diecut save the date in eggplant and marigold by Real Card Studio
samosa duo
Custom illustrated wedding party by Juli Douglas. "Henna" program by Real Card Studio.
Real Card Studio was honored to participate in a sensational open house event for Cameron Catering at the beautiful industrial event space, Fremont Foundry in Seattle. The theme of the event was "Around the World in 180 Minutes", playing off of the novel by Jules Verne, "Around the World in 80 Days", regaling the golden age of travel. 

The travel theme gave them lots of room to show off a variety of cuisine, as well as event decoration that was provided by Pedersen's, Vintage Ambiance, Choice Linens and Lola Event Florals and Design, and photographed by Alante Photography. For our part, Real Card Studio provided custom menu cards to identify the different dishes at each buffet, as well as hand lettered signs (that we'll share in another post).

Real Card Studio's "Cardamom" invitations, "Chai" save the dates and menus, and "Henna" program with custom illustrated wedding party in their cultural wedding attire, make alluring papery for a cultural wedding celebration. Vibrant colors and textures and befitting a wedding feast incorporating chickpeas, couscous, tagine, saffron, and apricots.

Cardamom invitations are available at Therese Saint Clair in Greenwich and have been featured in South Asian Bride magazine. For more stores, please visit our website. Event photography by Alante Photography. Wedding Party Illustrations by Juli Douglas Illustration.  Invitation photos by Fresh Outtakes. Bamboo Beats, Green Light Events, Fun Frames also participated, and Youth Care raised funds for their non-profit to help homeless teens.