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Doesn’t it sound great if someone tells you that the notable magazine “wedding vows” is back with a bang with their second year of their opulent event “The Indian luxury expo”? It definitely would for the fact that the exhibition they conducted in the first year saw a horde flabbergasted by witnessing the royal multitude under every genre. No wonder that it received a tremendous response.
With the festival time around, everybody will be busy in making efforts to make it a memorable one. For ages, marriage is the one considered as the most exuberant and important function culled out of all the festivals celebrated. Every one of us would have a person in our family whose marriage is on cards soon and yeah wedding cards are the ones which kick starts the preparations for the grandeur event. Thus, “The wedding vows” couldn’t resist itself to bring the invitation card companies on board. It’s exciting to know that a majority of the stalwarts in the invitation card business are participating in the exhibition to show that the invitation card has a profound story to it than only getting the names on it and welcome friends and family. It can be made even more interesting and easy if the best company for the invitation card printing can be zeroed in out of all the companies that is participating in the exhibition. This option is not impossible. We have “kaelodos” to rescue us from the confusion of choosing a team which would get us there to invite our royal guests in a royal manner.
Raising of kaelodos: When the CEO of kaelodos felt that people have more emotions attached to their invitation cards and wants it to be as magnificent as the people they invite for their function, he started “Kaelodos”.As Chennai was lacking in the conceptualized card business, he felt it’s the right place to start the business.