Ideas for mehendi design throughout the wedding season
Mehendi is a traditional Indian art that dates back thousands of years. It’s a form of body painting that involves applying henna to your hands and feet. It’s one of the most important parts of a wedding ceremony. Because it symbolizes unity between you and your partner. But what do you do when you’re not sure where to start? We’ve got some ideas.
Bracelet on your wrist
You can make a bracelet out of the mehendi you have done on your hand. This will be perfect for wearing during the wedding and other events, like the party or reception. You can also wear it after the wedding if you want to incorporate some of those colors into your outfit.
Your name or nickname
If you’re going to be using a temporary tattoo. It’s best to use something that has meaning for you and your partner. For example, if the two of you are going by first names only (like “Chris” and “Jessica”). Then there’s no reason not to use those names as inspiration when planning their mehendi design! You could also do something like “Chris and Jessica’s Wedding” or even just have them put their mugs together on one side and write out “Wedding.” When done properly, this will make everything look more personalized than just having random designs placed all over someone else’s body!
Flowers are a popular mehendi design. They can be used to symbolize different things, including the bride and groom, the wedding season, or even just love!
When choosing flowers for your designs you should think about how they will look on your skin and how they will complement each other in terms of color scheme. The best way to find out what looks good is by experimenting with different combinations until you find one that works perfectly together.
Leaves, vines, and trees
The leaves, vines, and trees are some of the most popular mehendi designs. They can be used to create patterns that are elegant as well as intricate. The leaves can also be used in a border or background for a more simplistic look.
If you have an artistic eye and want to get creative with your design choices this season, then consider incorporating these elements into your mehandi designs!
Use this list to inspire your mehendi designs!
Use this list to inspire your mehendi designs! If you’re looking for a design that matches your wedding theme, use the first column to find one that fits. For example, if you want a floral theme and are getting married in the summertime (or fall), there will be lots of flowers around at that time of year—so look for designs with flowers in them. The same goes for colors; if someone is getting married on an island or in Hawaii, they’ll probably have some coral colors involved. In addition to matching colors and themes, make sure that whatever type of design you choose also matches up with where your wedding will take place: maybe it’s going outside and having an outdoor wedding? Then maybe something like feathers would work better than roses here!
We hope these ideas have inspired you to start thinking about your mehendi design, and we wish you all the very best when it comes to selecting the best designs for your special day.