Are you a bride-to-be who is planning a year-end wedding? Well, we bet you have a lot on your mind then. From choosing venues to picking out that gorgeous lehenga, your ‘to-do’ list is pretty long. But while you’re stuck at home due to the coronavirus lockdown and there’s nothing much you can do, why not utilise this time planning those little details?! We’ve been suggesting you a whole of things that you can do while in quarantine, and we are back with yet another unmissable one – the mehendi favours!
If you were thinking of sticking to the basic stack of bangles as your mehendi giveaway, then maybe it’s time to rethink! While having a churiwala is a great idea… there’s so much more that you can do. We’ve listed down some cute little favours that your besties are going to love.
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Take your pick, ladies!
Everyone decks up their fridge with interesting magnets. Be it from their world travels or quirky ones gifted by friends. These mehendi-inspired fridge magnets are a fun and practical gift to give your guests.
While a gotapatti maangtikka at mehendi ceremonies is done to death, why not try handing out pearl or gottapatti passas to your girls. They can all wear it for the ceremony and get cute twinning pictures clicked!
How about a set of colourful coasters and tray?! This cute coasters and tray set from POPxo makes for a gift your guests will use and the pop of colour makes it an ideal mehendi favour.
They are a cute alternative to glass bangles and we’ve seen so many bridesmaids flaunting a pair at their besties mehendi ceremony. So get loads of them in different colours and let the ladies pick one to match their outfit!
‘Coz potli bags never fail to impress. If you want to go a step further, leave a handwritten ‘Thank you’ not in each of the bags.
Cocktail rings made out of gota and mirror look gorgeous and will totally find a places in all the ladies’ jewellery boxes. Get enough for all the guests in vibrant colours. You could also club these with the ghungroo bangles!
Instead of the chudiwala, we suggest calling a parandi wala at your mehendi venue! How cool will that be?! We bet everyone will love to add some drama to their hair!
Colourful leheriya dupattas are a wardrobe essential! Your girls can always pair it with a plain white or black suit later or wear it for your chura ceremony the next day.
So brides-to-be, pick your faves and let the shopping begin as soon as the lockdown is over!
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