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Choosing the Right Money Envelopes

By Edited Mar 3, 2014 0 0

At Indian weddings, besides the general rituals and events, what holds utmost importance for the families of the bride and groom is the ‘shagun’, an amount of money that is given to the family members of the opposite side as a token of love and respect. To be able to truly show your emotions at this special event, make sure the money envelopes you choose are special as well.

This is why we say that having attractive yet subtle wedding money envelopes is a must and would add to the bond between the two families.

Choosing the Right Money Envelope: Tips to Keep in Mind

When giving a money envelope, you need to ensure a few things, in order to make the whole process attractive and joyous. Here are some things you should keep in mind to ensure that you truly portray your respect for the occasion:

  • Size and shape: The first thing you need to decide is the size and shape. Since envelopes come in many sizes and shapes, it is up to you to decide on the one that suits your purpose the best. Generally, a simple rectangular envelope is used. However, for a wedding there are ample varieties out there to choose from, so make sure you check them all out.
  • Designs: For a wedding, there are various designer money envelopes as well. For instance, if you are giving the envelope to the parents of the groom, you can buy the stone-studded and colorful ones. The usual ones can be used to give the shagun to the other relatives.
  • Price: A unique feature about the money envelopes is that you can find them in diverse price ranges as well. While there will be many available in the bracket of Rs 5-10 per piece, there are those exceeding Rs100 per piece as well. Therefore, consider your budget and the number of such envelopes you need before making a choice. It would be ideal if you buy the reasonable ones for the relatives and the more expensive and bedecked ones for the immediate family.
  • One Rupee Envelopes: Since it is a tradition to give shagun on a holy occasion, it is mandatory to add an amount of one rupee to the total amount. For instance, if the amount you are planning to give is Rs500, you need to actually put in Rs501, with the one extra rupee as a token of good luck or blessings. The good news is that you can choose money envelopes that come with a one rupee coin glued to the front.

Believe it or not, money envelopes play an important role and speak volumes about your feelings towards your new relatives. Since this is a token of affection, if presented in an elegant manner, it is sure to impact the guests positively.



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