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Stationery to match your global affairs

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Courtesy of Kemba Celebrations

There are some weddings for which a classic white invite just won't do. Say, if you're having a spectacular Indian celebration with a mendi ceremony, sitar music, and, say, an elephant. Or a Persian affair with esfand incense and a spread of symbolic foods. Or a Japanese wedding complete with a sake ceremony. Now, a new line of colorful, vibrant stationery has debuted with choices that fit right in at an American-hyphen-some-other-culture wedding. Kemba Celebrations' cultural line offers couples who want traditional American stationery (you know, with matching rsvp cards) yet still celebrate their ancestral heritage. Best of all, the invites are handmade and lovely. Consider the Japanese invitation with a die-cut butterfly on silk-screened chiyogami paper, or an Indian invite in bright paisley on imported Indian paper. Now all you need is that elephant. —Sherri, BRIDES Magazine

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