Izhaar offers you bespoke gifts and exclusive customized designs for all your discerning luxury gifting needs with its tailor-made motifs and designs. What started with a creative spark for Izhaar has turned into a drive to provide the best to the customers. Crafting exquisite wedding invitations, sumptuous wedding gifting, winsome baby collection, personalised gifting and other business appreciation gifts and goodies, Izhaar is a one-stop solution for all your gifting needs.
Izhaar recently designed and drafted 60,000 wedding invitation cards for the beautiful wedding of IAS Vishal Singh and Yamini on December 10, 2019. The Izhaar team was smart to take inspiration from a lot of things for creating a memorable wedding card for the amalgamation of the two souls.
The team undertook extensive research for the lookout of current trends, designs, and latest material for packaging. The team topped it all by going through the taste and traditions of the native place of the couple. The result — the team came down to the conclusion of blending nazaakat from Balliya, UP, in curating and distilling the invitation.
Izhaar took the responsibility in full swing to design artistic and culturally rich wedding invites including gifts and regional sweets to add even more sweetness to the celebrations. All the products were made keeping in mind the supreme quality and were prepared by maintaining proper hygiene. Izhaar crafted these 60,000 cards with impeccable aesthetics to add that wow factor to their wedding invites. The team delivered the personalized invites within a time span of 10 days, delivering perfection on time.
Each creation by Ruchita Bansal at Izhaar is a handcrafted work of art, designed by her and brought to life by a team of artisans at her workshop in New Delhi. “I am proud to present Izhaar! We are all about celebrations of unbridled happiness, superlative achievements, joyous togetherness, and momentous occasions.” Originality & Creativity is our core passion so that our clients can present a specially created expression of their feelings”, says Bansal.