Wedding Mehndi Trend
One of the most important accessories of South Asian customs, weddings, traditions and festivals is mehndi. These fragrant henna designs on a woman’s hands not only enhance the bridal look, but will also bring intrigue to the bride and guests of the wedding.
There are different types of mehndi designs that are doing its round as bridal mehndi today. Though westernized concepts and Arabic patterns were once used most for bridal mehndi, today traditional mehndi designs which require lots of fine work are well in demand.
Other famous mehndi designs doing its rounds in bridal mehndi are floral designs with paisleys and intricate details and practically anything that is funky. The latest trend seems to be green mehndi with color stones. In some weddings, people like wearing mehndi with designs that match the color of their outfits.
This bridal mehndi is usually applied on the bride a day before the wedding. This is organized as a part of the wedding function where professional mehndi designers will be invited to apply mehndi to the bride’s hands, arms, feet and legs. In addition to this, the guests and relatives can have their hands or legs filled with mehndi to become a part of the wedding celebrations.
Part of the wedding ritual for bridal mehndi is the ‘name game’ where the groom has to find his name that is written, and hidden on the bride’s palm. According to custom, it is said that if the groom does not find his name within the complicated outlines of the bridal mehndi, the bride will be the one ending up leading in their marital life. In fact sometimes, the wedding night is not allowed to start till the groom finds his name!
Though instant and chemical mehndi gives instant color to the mehndi design, it is not that healthy as the chemicals found in it can cause skin allergies and other skin reactions. It is always better to use traditional mehndi than instant mehndi using cones as cones give better control while drawing out the mehndi designs.
Posted on November 23, 2011, in Mehndi and tagged 2011 Wedding Mehndi Designs, 2012 Wedding Mehndi Trend, Bridal Mehndi, Henna Mehndi, Mehndi, Mehndi Art, Mehndi Designs, Mehndi Trend, Mehndi Trends, Mehnedi, Shadi Mehndi, Trends, Wedding Mehndi Designs, Wedding Mehndi Trend, Wedding Trend, Wedding.. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.