How to make a food-filled wedding invite
This wedding season, invite your guests in a tasteful fashion with the trendiest variety in sweet treats
Puneet Gupta of Puneet Gupta Invitations shares, “It has been a long-standing tradition to surprise invitees with sweets and delicacies along with the invitation copy. Moving away from sweets and ladoos, the industry is slowly drifting towards newer varieties. From chocolate flavoured potato chips to spicy gourmet jams, the ingredients are often in sync with the wedding theme.”
Silver-coated cardamoms and rock candy, gourmet cake-in-jars, and flavoured butter are popular among modern couples. Agrawal is all for personalisation in the wedding invitation. She says, “Cookies with the couple’s caricature or an invitation that serves the bride’s or groom’s favourite desserts are more interesting!”
Gupta advises, “Avoid going overboard with your offering; sending out traditional sweets and modern food options is a big no-no! Moreover, it should be easy to pack—no leakages and spillover—and easy to transport.” Lastly, Chef Chopra cautions couples to be sensitive to the customs of each community to avoid any misinterpretation.
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