More Indian wedding cards......

When we went to India last month I came back for Christmas, but my hubby stayed on until the new year due to his giving a lecture at a medical conference in Indore. He was also scheduled to attend two weddings, but only went to one as unfortunately he lost two elderly relatives after the first wedding, and as it is considered inauspiscious to attend a wedding after a death in the family he didn't attend the second wedding. Fortunately the bride at the second wedding is the daughter of my hubby's colleague so he was able to deliver the card to her dad to be passed on. 
I was pushed for time making these cards, so I decided to use the same design but change the orientation to make them different. The card bases are a standard A5, and I made one portrait and one landscape. The papers are silver embossed, a gift from Tammy at the Paper Gourmet in Canada, and the beautiful lattice shape was cut from white pearlised card backed with silver mirri.. Each panel was embellished with silver flourishes, white paper roses, pearl strands and a voile bow. The letters (yes, both sets of brides and grooms had the same initials!!) were cut from white pearlised cardstock shadowed with silver mirri, then adhered to the panels with foam pads. A smattering of pearls completes the cards.
Carts used:
Lattice panel & Leafy flourishes- French Manor
Thanks for dropping by today!
Heather xx