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12 Cute Ways To Get Creative With Your Bridal Mehendi Designs & TBH, We Love Them All!

12 Cute Ways To Get Creative With Your Bridal Mehendi Designs & TBH, We Love Them All!


Don’t you just love when brides opt for something not-so traditional and set new trends? Well, we sure do–especially when it comes to their mehendi. We are totally crazy about the bridal mehendi designs that are innovative and fun. And if you’re a bride-to-be, we bet you want your mehendi to look special ‘coz what’s a shaadi without an incredible mehendi design? So why not make it a little different? Trust us, the result can be S-T-U-N-N-I-N-G! Need proof? Scroll down for some inspiration

12 Mehendi Designs That will Make You Personalise Yours!


If you’re a bride-to-be, who is looking for the BEST mehendi design, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s all the inspo you need.

‘Coz Your Furry Friend Is Special!



Including an illustration of your pet in your bridal mehendi is definitely a cute idea. Take inspiration from this bride and make your furry friend a part of your mehendi and tada, you have yourself an innovative and lovable design that will grab a lot of eyeballs.

Also Read: Karwa Chauth Mehndi Design Ideas

Designs Inspired By Your Fave Shows



A die-hard TV fanatic? Then this one is just for you. Back in April 2019, when Game of Thrones was about to premiere it’s last season, this bride dedicated her mehendi to the show and broke the internet. Take cues and get your fave TV show characters designed on your hands. If not eyeballs, the design will grab your groom’s attention, and this way he already knows what are you both going to binge-watch on weekends.

The One That Symbolises Your Journey!



This creative design–with hills and books–was created for a bride who went to the same school and college as her groom. She surprised her groom by getting the artist to depict their journey in her bridal mehendi. And the mehendi artist did a fab job! Don’t you think?

The One With The Wedding Date



Keeping it simple and elegant, this bride got her wedding date included in her mehendi design. Another interesting feature about the design is that it features a woman with dandiyas and a man performing bhangra. Why, you ask? Well, because it was a multi-cultural wedding where a Punjabi bride was getting married into a Gujju family. We think it’s super sweet!

Also Read: Arabic Mehndi Designs

How About That Magical Proposal?



No matter who proposed whom, we bet it was magical. Relive the moment by making it a part of your bridal mehendi just like this bride in the picture.

For Good Vibes Only!



Instead of going OTT with her mehendi, this bride went for an intricate design with the portraits made on one hand and ‘Good Vibes Only’ written on the other. Now that’s something all minimalistic brides can take cues from.

Dedicate Something Special To Your Groom



Yes, good vibes are indeed necessary, but this bride got a love quote written on her hands to dedicate it to her groom. Aww… how lovely!

Show Some Love To Your Favourite Cartoon Character!




How beautiful are these designs with The Flintstones and Aladdin-Jasmine?

For All The #Bridechillas!



Hey all you #BrideChillas, this stunning mehendi design is for you. Portraits, intricate designs and the floral motifs–what’s not to love about this one?

The One With The Portraits Of Family Members



This bride got the portraits of her nephews and nieces done in her bridal mehendi, and we are full of mush! Also, the details and the henna colour is to die for.

When Food Is Bae!



If you’re a foodie bride, then how about including your love for food in your mehendi design? 

For The Love Of Travel!



Another great way to personalise your mehendi is by including the places that hold significance to you–the places that you might’ve been to together. We also loved the wedding logo and the hashtag written on different palms.

So, which one did you like the best?

Also Read: Leg Mehndi designs

Featured Image: Instagram/Morvi Images/Pooja Gada


20 Oct 2020

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