Mehendi ceremony in India has evolved into a jamboree where everyone enjoys themselves, chuggs a mocktail or two, and savor succulent eatables to energize them while exploring the outdoors decor. And of course, it is extra special for the brides and all the women as besides sprucing themselves up, they also get to etch their hands & feet with age-old Mehendi.
We know that all the brides these days want something different, even for the henna design, and why not? The age of personalization calls for modern and quirky Mehendi art. This is why, we dedicatedly curated the best 11 henna designs for the ultimate wedding inspiration. Check out!
1. The one with the pets
Needless to say your furry friends love you unconditionally, so why not on this very special occasion, draw them on your hands?
2. Where classical art meets floral motifs
How about an intricate henna art where your mehendi artist brings the best fusion of ancient Indian wall art and florals?
3. Stamp your hands with love
Incorporating some romantic and heartwarming phrases to express your eternal love is the way to go. #donotgiveuponme
4. Because food is also love
Creating an ingenious Mehendi art with your favorite hang out place on your hands where you’ve shared all your beautiful memories is an excellent idea.
5. Family matters of course
This is a perfect mehendi design! Portraits of your parents and your in-laws to show how the Indian weddings are just not about two people but the entire family would be amazing.
6. This one for the minimal bride
You and your soon-to-be hubby’s initials as your Mehendi pattern could be a great option if you’re not looking to fill your hands completely.
7. Tell the world your romantic proposal story
Below, we have got some of the coolest and creative henna designs where the brides went a step ahead to craft their entire love story, including the wedding proposal and wedding date, on their hands.
8. Amalgamation of traditional Mehendi design and modern art
We love how the bride has her parents and the groom’s pictures on the hands with classic patterns as her Mehendi design.