Indian Tropical Decor Wedding Gifts(25 items)
Welcome to the Indian Tropical Decor Wedding Gift Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Indian Tropical Decor Wedding Gifts
I collect journals, especially unique ones, and I also collect bird figurines in pottery, ceramic and glass and bird paintings. The kingfisher is one of my favorites because it is so colorful. Artisan Asha Prabha has done a masterful job with this handmade paper journal. The back cover reproduces an antique postcard.
Beautiful pillow covers from Thailand
These are exquisite pillow covers. Highly decorative without being garish, beautifully made, and, for all their fine detail, very sturdy. Love them and feel like they both make my living room -- or any room they end up in. Great price also and the packaging is just beyond!
Beautifully made pillow covers
These pillow covers are perfect on our sofa! The quality is exceptional. We are extremely happy with the workmanship and the design.
Popular Indian Tropical Decor Wedding Gifts
Handmade Paper Journal with 48 Pages, "Kingfisher Memoirs"$24.95
A kingfisher and a blossoming flower appear in the midst of a text, seemingly interrupting the free-flow of ideas with a beauty that garners admiration. The back of the handcrafted journal replicates an ancient postcard. The screen printed images are bordered by olive green cotton, including the ribbon. From Asha Prabha, the journal features 48 pages of blank handmade paper.
Two Embroidered Cushion Covers in Aqua Tones from India, "Aqua Fusion"$44.99
Seema creates two beautiful cushion covers with modern motifs in aqua and ivory. On one, applique forms diagonal stripes that alternate with golden embroidery. On the other, lavish machine embroidery emulates India's traditional chainstitch to create flowers and foliage. Both cushion covers feature solid turquoise on the reverse side.
2 Chainstitch Embroidery Black Cotton Floral Cushion Covers, "Poppies at Midnight"$62.99
Lavishly machine-embroidered, these dramatic cushion covers are designed by Amit Moza. Crimson poppies blossom on black cotton, each petal created with the chainstitch practiced in Kashmir and Gujarat. A slit opening at the back permits insertion of a cushion, and the reverse side is solid black.