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Hire the Best Wedding / Trousseau Packing Professionals in Karnal to Get your Wedding Gifts, Clothes & Food Items Packed using High Quality Packing Materials at Affordable Prices. Choose between Different Wedding Packing Designs that use Fancy Packing Trays along with Nets, Glitters, Artificial Flowers & other Decorative Materials.

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We introduce ourselves as Wedding Packing Specialist and Hand Made Chocolate & Ice Cream expert based in Karnal. We assure that you’ll be spellbound by our work as our designs are exclusive, elegant and innovative.

Services provided by us are :

  • Trousseau Packing : Daj/Vari Dress Packing.
  • Gift Packing : Roka, Sagan Gifts, Saree and Suit Packing.
  • Designer Platters : Engagement Ring Tray, Car Gift Tray, Wedding Card Tray, Pooja/Arti Thali etc.
  • Hand made Chocolates in several flavors, shapes and packing.
  • Various Basket Packing, Jewellery Box Packing, Potli, Envelopes.

For those people who like to do things for themselves, we also offer cooking classes for Chocolates, Cakes & Ice Creams.

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All Occasions Gifts Packing In Karnal
Ring Plater,troussoeau (Nogge) Packing,sute,saree,lehnga Packing,gift Hampers,first Card Invitation ,narial Decorative,ginni Plater,haldi/ Mehendi Plater,designer Potlis,return Gifts,anniversary,birthday,return Gifts,baby Shower Packing,chocolate Packing,designer Bandanwar,all Festivals Packing Available In Karnal,kurukshetra,panipat Haryana.


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Ring Plater,troussoeau (Nogge) Packing,sute,saree,lehnga Packing,gift Hampers,first Card Invitation ,narial Decorative,ginni Plater,haldi/ Mehendi Plater,designer Potlis,return Gifts,anniversary,birthday,return Gifts,baby Shower Packing,chocolate Packing,designer Bandanwar,all Festivals Packing Available In Karnal,kurukshetra,panipat Haryana.


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Trousseau packing, an activity which was usually done by cousins and friends, has turned into a professional service in the last few years. After all, who does not like a stylised and well-wrapped trousseau? For an event as grand as one’s wedding, packing your trousseau with the most creative flair definitely earns some brownie points from the in-laws as well as the guests. Trousseau packing and gift packing requires a creative mind filled with unique ideas. From glamorous ideas to pack your trousseau to elegant gift packing themes, you can get your trousseau and gifts packed in the way you want! To give you the best experience in terms of trousseau packing and gift packing, Bigindianwedding.com has compiled the best names in your city. Check out their work and select the one that best suits your tastes. Make a lasting impression on everyone by utilising the services of the best names in trousseau packing and gift packing. Let your personality shine through your trousseau, and let your guests be enamoured by the exquisite gift packing.


Trousseau Gift Packaging in Gt Karnal Road Industrial Area

Your exclusive wedding invitation is the first impression of the magnificent wedding you are planning… We combine innovative designs and exceptional materials to create for you invitations that are one-of-a-kind. Whether it is your wedding card, gift boxes, your baby birth announcement or personalized stationery, everything is crafted and detailed keeping you in mind. Each product that we design has one universal feature – impeccable quality.

Trousseau packing

The term ‘trousseau’ originates from a French word that means ‘bundle’. It is generally used for a bundle of clothes, money, and other articles that a bride gets in her marriage. This giving of articles, clothing, and money is an important part of the Indian wedding. This practice is an age old tradition and even today in the modern times it is considered to be an earthly treasure.

Trousseau packing is the specialized packaging for wedding gifts given to the bride and her to-be family including her husband. These gifts are ceremoniously given before few days of marriage. The tradition in India is to give away articles that the new couple would need as part of their life together. The items may include a car, jewelry, bed, dressing table, clothes, Saree etc. Dowry is an illegal practice, but India marriages being deep-rooted in tradition, follow the practice of giving dowry to the groom’s family.

Specialty about trousseau packing

Unlike other gift packaging, items are wrapped in traditional materials like Gold, Silver paper. They are decorated with ornaments. Traditionally, articles for the bridegroom’s family are in 11,21,51,101 or 201 quantities. These numbers are thought to be lucky; the extra 1 signifies Sagan or luck.


Gift wrapping

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shri Celebrations Karnal
Shri Celebrations Karnal

Gifts wrapped in the traditional Japanese wrapping called Furoshiki.

Gift wrapping is the act of enclosing a gift in some sort of material. Wrapping paper is a kind of paper designed for gift wrapping. An alternative to gift wrapping is using a gift box. A wrapped or boxed gift may be held closed with ribbon and topped with a decorative bow (an ornamental knot made of ribbon).


Shri Celebrations Karnal
Shri Celebrations Karnal

Hemp wrapping paper, China, circa 100 BC.

The use of wrapping paper is first documented in ancient China, where paper was invented in 2nd century BC.[1] In the Southern Song dynasty, monetary gifts were wrapped with paper, forming an envelope known as a chih pao. The wrapped gifts were distributed by the Chinese court to government officials.[2] In the Chinese text Thien Kung Khai Wu, Sung Ying-Hsing states that the coarsest wrapping paper is manufactured with rice straws and bamboofiber.[3]

Although the Hall brothers Rollie and Joyce Hall, founders of Hallmark Cards, did not invent gift wrapping, their innovations led to the development of modern gift wrapping. They helped to popularize the idea of decorative gift wrapping in the 20th century, and according to Joyce Hall, “the decorative gift-wrapping business was born the day Rollie placed those French envelope linings on top of that showcase.”[4]

By culture

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Gift wrapped presents beneath the Christmas tree

Western cultures

In Western culture, gifts are often wrapped in wrapping paper and accompanied by a gift note which may note the occasion, the receiver’s name and the giver’s name. In the United States, an additional 5 million tons of waste are generated over the Christmas gift-giving period; four million tons of this is wrapping paper and shopping bags.[5] Some people attempt to avoid this by unwrapping gifts with care to hopefully allow the paper to be reused, while others use decorated cloth gift sacks that can be easily reused many times; both of these concepts are part of the Green Gifting trend that encourages recycling. Additionally, some people use old newspapers instead of wrapping paper.

Asian cultures

In Chinese culture, red wrapping denotes luck.

In Japanese culture, wrapping paper and boxes are common. However, the traditional cloth wrapping called furoshiki is increasing in popularity, particularly as an ecologically friendly alternative to wrapping paper.[6]

In Korean culture, bojagi are sometimes used for gift wrapping. A yedanbo is a ceremonial gift bojagi used to wrap wedding gifts from the bride’s family to the members of the groom’s.[7]


  1. Jump up^ Tsien, Tsuen-Hsuin (1985). “Paper and Printing”. Joseph Needham, Science and Civilisation in China, Chemistry and Chemical Technology. 5 part 1. Cambridge University Press: 38.
  2. Jump up^ Joseph Needham (1985). Science and Civilisation in China: Paper and Printing. Cambridge University Press. p. 122. ISBN 978-0-521-08690-5. Retrieved 16 April 2013In the Southern Sung dynasty, gift money for bestowing upon officials by the imperial court was wrapped in paper envelopes (chih pao)
  3. Jump up^ Tsien 1985, p. 123
  4. Jump up^ Patrick Regan (15 December 2009). Hallmark: A Century of Giving. Andrews McMeel Publishing. p. 45. ISBN 978-0-7407-9240-3.
  5. Jump up^ “Waste Facts and Figures”cleanair.org.
  6. Jump up^ Minister Koike created the “Mottainai Furoshiki” as a symbol of Japanese culture to reduce wastesMinistry of the Environment
  7. Jump up^ About Korea – Bojagi, korea.net
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