Mehendi Designs for Your D Day



Feb 23 2018     By Wedding Street


Mehendi is one among the most significant feature of an Indian Bride. We cannot dream up a wedding without beautiful mehendi designs adorning the hands of all women present and especially the bride. But finding a design that is unique and traditional at the same time can often be a baffling task.  However, with all options and designs, it is confusing to pick one. Whether you want to adhere to traditional patterns or try the latest designs, we will elate you to find a match that compliments your style.

Story Mehendi

Story mehendis are often profoundly detailed design features art all along the bride’s arm. Faces drawn into bride’s palm add distinctiveness to the fine pattern. Many brides opt to have her and the groom’s face portrayed in the mehendi to illustrate a story, often their fairytale love story and their journey so far.

Minimalistic Mehendi Design

The latest wedding trend is minimalism, whether it is the jewellery or the mehendi. Couples often go for simple yet unique options. Minimalist mehendi designs uses a geometrical pattern like off center square or other shapes as its focal point and provides involved detailing in to it and thus captures the eye. The tips of the fingers are also elaborately decorated living the rest of the hand bare.

Royal Mehendi

Royal mehendi design often reminds us of the ancient and magical mughal architectural designs. Royal mehendi is the oldest form and is still in lead today. These designs are often artful, splendid and heavy with minute and detailed designs. Elaborate curves, checkered designs, peacocks, petals, paisleys, curls and flowers are what that stands highlighted and unique to this design.

Lace Glove

 Lace gloves are worn by western brides on their wedding day to add elegance to the outfit. In India, brides flaunt their mehendi hands instead of covering them with gloves. Lace glove mehendi design is a style that combines a glove and the traditional mehendi pattern. They are very elaborate and delicate patterns often drawn at the back of the hand and cover the hand to give an illusion of you wearing a sheer lacy glove. It can be seen as a fusion of modernism and traditionalism. Lace glove mehendi designs considered sexy yet classy.

Raja and Rani Design

Raja and Rani Motif is the most common in bridal mehendi designs. This design showcases an artwork from the Mughal era of a king and queen. This design reflects a royal couple, where we can see Raja’s face portrayed in on hand and Rani’s face on the other along with some detailing. When combing the hands, it seems to be like the images facing each other.

Mandala Mehendi Design

Mandala mehendi design is a common design in bridal henna. A large circle is drawn at the centre which serves as the base, around which other patterns are drawn. Mandala designs beautify your palms in such a way that they symbolize class and elegance.







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