Hey bride-to-be, we know that you may be super stressed right now. Taking decisions and more decisions on what to wear, which colour palette to go for in terms of decor, how to coordinate with your groom without it looking too OTT. Yeah, it's freakin' difficult. So, we're here to help make your life a little easier.
Gone are the days when brides get mehendi till their elbows and all the way up their calves. Now, people are going for minimalistic designs that are also personalised and meaningful to both the bride and the groom. From having the hashtag hennaed to dedicating it to her fav food item, brides are coming up with the most quirky ideas for their mehendi.
Divya is an excellent mehendi artist and was the talent behind beauty blogger, Kaushal's wedding henna. She created this design for a bride who studied through school and college with her bae and wanted to symbolise their journey together. She also added hills to the mix because that's where he popped the question!
It's spring already and it makes sense to have a floral paradise designed in your mehendi. In fact, it'll complement your floral lehenga too! This bride decided to get flowers in her jaal and we are completely floored.
POPxo Super Blogger Masoom Minawala Mehta got a love story mehendi and it's the most beautiful thing ever. From cities that were close to the couple's heart to moments that she'll remember forever... They were all there and it made her mehendi a lot more personal.
Many brides these days not only give importance to their husbands in their mehendi but also their furry besties. You too can get your doggo hennaed on your hand and have him be a part of your big day. After all, he will always have your heart, won't he?
This Gujarati bride decided to get married to a Punjabi boy and if all the ceremonies are multicultural, then why shouldn't even the mehendi be that way? She got a cartoon of a guy doing the bhangra on one hand and a girl playing dandiya on the other to pay a tribute to both their heritage.
This bride decided to show some love to her fav Disney film, Aladdin and got figures of Aladdin and Jasmine made on her hands. She also got the Disney castle made at the top of her mehendi to complete the look. Also, why only get the guys name when you can get both. 2020 is all about equality, right?
Birds look gorgeous as mehendi designs whether that is doves or parrots or swans. This design with tiny birds and a birdcage is all things love! If you don't want to go the traditional way, choose this for yourself.
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