Bollywood’s Sonam Kapoor and her husband-to-be, Anand Ahuja, have decided on the eco-friendly option of e-invites for their May 8 wedding.
The official invitations were sent out to guests electronically instead of on cards made of paper.
According to the Times of India
(TOI), Sonam Kapoor’s fiancé Anand Ahuja is a Delhi-based entrepreneur who owns a clothing brand.
These are the alleged e-invites that have been sent out to near and dear ones, says TOI citing other media reports:
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Screenshot taken from from Times of India of Sonam Kapoor's wedding e-cards[/caption]
Sonam and Anand have reportedly wanted to take the “green route and ditch paper invitations” for personalized e-cards with their guests’ names embossed on it, says TOI.
According to the e-invites, the families have requested the presence of their guests for three events – the mehendi ceremony, the wedding, and a party. The dress code for the three days ranges from Indian festive shades of white to traditional Indian attire and Western formals, writes TOI.