Mehndi also popular as Henna comes from the Sanskrit word “Mendhika”. In india, Mehndi is usually applied throughout Hindu weddings and Hindu festivals like Vat Purnima, Diwali, Bhai Dooj, Karva Chauth, and Teej. In India Muslims also apply mehndi in Eid and also in weddings. Not only in India coloring hands, legs with henna paste or mehndi becomes a popular practice in Pakistan and Arabian countries too. These days’ mehndi designs are turning into the popular and cool fashion statement in Ladies and young girls. Variety of colors is available to decorate your mehndi designs. Different types of mehndi are available like red henna, black henna, glitter, stones.
For any bride, mehndi ceremony is one of the most awaited moments. In India this ceremony occurs a day or two prior to the wedding which is celebrated with family and friends.
Best Bridal Mehndi Designs-
The Paisley Print-
The Paisley Print comes with curved motifs in many forms. This design includes small and pretty paisley on the fingertips and large paisleys on the palm.
The Floral Pattern-
Tiny leaves and large flower design is used to create floral pattern. Petals and vines of various sizes make this design more attractive.
The Royal Architecture-
The chequered and split pattern is the main attraction of this design. The domes and floral designs will remind you about the designs carved into cemented pillars of a royal residence at an ancient Mughal Palace.
The Raja And Rani-
An artwork of a king and queen from the Mughal Era is the focal point of this design. This design is very common.
The Elephant Motif-
The pattern of this mehndi is curvy and swirly with elephant featured in it. The feet of elephant are decorated in such a way that you can easily notice the elephant.
The Peacock Passion-
Elaborated and beautiful feathers, peacock’s long neck are adopted to design this peacock passion.
A blank space is left between the palm and the fingers and each finger is covered with curvy design. The swirl and paisley pattern covered the other parts that form a classic design.
Colored Mehndi Design-
Different colors are used in the design. It looks different from others so many brides are experimenting this design.
The Single Mandala-
In this design petals are arranged to create a multidimensional look. A large circle serves as a base around which several patterns are drawn.
The Split Mandala-
This is a symmetrical design. Half of the circular pattern on one hand and other part on the second hand.
The Crafted Cuffs-
The crafted cuffs are designed on your wrist and thick cuffs over the wrist. The main focus is to fill every part of your hand and with a matched design that looks complete and beautiful.
Bride’s jewellery and nail polish gets attention when you draw this pattern. This is gorgeous and eye-catching design.
The Curvy Floral-
Designed with some contemporary hearts and floral patterns and curves.
The Chequered Pattern-
Neither the design on the fingers, nor the designs on the wrist matches with the rest of the design on the hand but still it looks unique.
The Lace Glove-
This is a minimal pattern focuses on your wrists. The lace glove pattern uses petals to finish the design.
The Tips And Cuffs-
With a blend of architectural and floral inspiration this pattern has been designed. This design looks like a bracelet.
The Lacy Floral Design-
Flower design with their deep orange red mehndi stain makes this design graceful.
Glittery Mehndi Design-
Sparkles are added to provide glittering effect on your mehndi design.