What To Write In A Card – Diwali

Diwali is like and Indian Christmas and it’s one of the times we try to get together and send cards to friends and family over the world to let them know we’re thinking of them. If you’re looking for Diwali cards, there’s a selection in the shop with bold, bright and simple designs or choose modern and trendy here.

Diwali, also known as the Festival of Lights, is celebrated with lots of food and gifts being distributed. Cards are also a part of the celebrations it’s a good way to share Diwali love, luck, light, happiness and wealth amongst friends and family. It’s the perfect time for catching up with those near and far.


If you don’t get the chance to see members of the family or friends this year, use the opportunity to let them know you love them and haven’t forgotten about them, invite or organise a gathering, update them on any recent news that they may not have heard and send love, light and happiness. The messages don’t have to be lengthy but a bit more than just happy Diwali is always nice. Below are my some of my favourite messages…


Peace, prosperity and good fortune…May they all be with you in the coming year.
Happy Diwali!

Wishing you brightness in your heart and home this Diwali.

Sending you beautiful colourful wishes this Diwali, may your year be filled with love, light, wealth and good health. Happy Diwali.

Hope this Diwali brings you every joy and blessing. Happy Diwali.


Find other great quotes here and here.


Dina x


2 thoughts on “What To Write In A Card – Diwali

  1. Rachael Tily says:

    Hello, I love your products .. this year with a new baby we have been disorganized and haven’t sorted out Diwali cards and gifts for family in India and South Africa. I wondered if at some stage you might produce some eCards – would be amazingly useful for last minute missives… For birthdays and other festivals too!

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