Flower jewellery is all the rage when it comes to mehendi functions. Be it a celebrity bride or a gorgeous bride we spotted on Instagram, everyone's hooked on to the trend and we’re so not complaining. Nothing looks more beautiful than accessories made out of flowers! Remember the gorgeous floral jewellery that Bipasha Basu wore for her mehendi ceremony? The jewellery beautifully complemented her blush pink Anushree Reddy lehenga - from the haath phool to the bajuband and even her floral tiara, the actress made us fall in love with floral jewellery. Here’s a picture to remind you of just how pretty it was.
Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya DIY’d her mehendi earrings! And she chose to wear them with a bright pink suit.
Kishwer Merchant went a step ahead with her mehendi jewellery, when she went for four beautiful floral pieces - an elaborate mathapatti, a choker, a layered necklace and a dainty bracelet. The neckpieces, especially, complimented her off-shoulder blouse all too well!
We know you are well aware of this trend, and you’ve seen a lot of brides sporting it. But we bet you haven’t seen anything like THIS before. Yes, we are talking about flower dupattas. They are not just pretty, but also creative masterpieces in themselves! Take a look at these three pretty brides who adorned them during their wedding celebrations.
The bride looked stunning in her blue Anita Dongre lehenga which she teamed with an intricate floral dupatta for her mehendi ceremony. Love it, don’t you?! Go easy on the jewellery and let the floral jaal be the center of attention!
Indian weddings are all about elaborate rituals. And for one such ceremony, the bride chose to pair her bandhani saree with a flower dupatta. The roses and mogra dupatta is not just pretty but will make sure you smell fabulous too!
How gorgeous does the Rani Pink founder, Anika Dhawan looks at her mehendi ceremony! A pastel lehenga, a floral jaal dupatta and flower jewellery complete her look.
Want a similar flower dupatta for your mehendi function? Florenzaa does some amazing floral customisations, be it jewellery, dupattas or decor arrangements! Check out their Instagram page for all the inspiration.