Have you ever wondered why applying mehandi is mandatory for brides? Is it because majority of Asian women love henna or do you think all of them believe ‘Darker the mehndi, deeper the love’? Well, Eventswedo’s mehndi design guide is here to share the numerous reasons behind mehandi ceremony, followed with modern bridal mehndi designs for you!
Henna is a herb widely known as a medicated herb with numerous medical advantages. The healing benefits of henna includes relief from headaches, lowering blood pressure, and treating skin conditions. Enough reasons to apply mehandi even if we leave aside the biggest reason, that is, it looks so good!
We have been following this beautiful ancient tradition since ages, but you can never deny the fact that modernisation and tradition go hand in hand. Mixing modern Henna trends to traditional henna designs is the newest fashion. We have listed some trending modern bridal mehndi designs for to-be brides. Keep reading!
Imprinting your better half’s photo on your hands and pairing it with deep bridal mehandi designs on your foot is something which will give you butterflies in your stomach. This is the latest henna trend in India and is widely requested by brides. Most mehandi artists are nowadays offering the face imprints mehandi art to their clients.
Rose Mehandi Designs
Like us, do you love roses too? If yes, then, everything’s coming up roses. Apart from adding roses to your decoration, hairdo and bridal attire, you can add the lovely roses in your D-day mehandi too. We have packed some modern mehandi designs for the brides to choose from and highly recommend going for the rose mehendi design.
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If you are fond of mantras or have any kind of religious beliefs, then, you can go for the mantra inspired designs. You can opt for ceremonial rites, religious symbols, sanskrit shlokas, and mantra inspired designs. That said, make sure these mantras and holy symbols are made part of your mehendi on hands and not feet.
That said, once you are married ‘Shubh Mangal Savdhan’ is what each of these mantras will mean to you! No Offence LOL
Your mehandi says it all! Customised mehndi designs never fails to impress anyone. The customised mehandi is what brides and grooms are opting for to create memories for lifetime. Your customised mehandi has a lot to say about you both and your love story. Isn’t it exciting? Of course yes, then what are you waiting for. Contact the best mehandi artist in town and convey your Ideas to them and get it picturised on your hands for your wedding day.
Adorning the feet and hands with beautiful henna art has been a craze among ladies from every age group since ages, but does that mean you have to stick to the basic traditional mehandi designs? Of-course not! If you are among the brides who’s not really fond of mehandi, there’s nothing wrong in going minimal with your mehandi designs. Just keep it simple and it will look equally beautiful.
Darker the mehndi, Happier the bride!
Yes we mean it, the bride looks more beautiful when she is as happy as a kid with a piece of cake. To achieve the darker shade of mehandi, it is important to remember few points
- Shy away from washing clothes and utensils after mehandi application
- Let your mehandi dry naturally
- Keep it for 8 – 9 hours or overnight if you can.
- Apply the mixture of lemon and sugar on the mehandi, once the mehandi has dried.
- Run your hands over the fumes of cloves
While above tips will help you get the perfect mehendi, the hectic wedding chores can leave you tired and exhausted, leaving your skin dull. You are the bride and you have to take care of your skin too. Check out Eventswedo’s homemade beauty tips for brides before marriage for better insights.
We are done with the latest mehndi designs for upcoming weddings this year. But that’s not all! There are plethora of traditional and stylish modern bridal mehndi designs for feet and hands to choose from.
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