- By Swati Grover (NIFT)
Like all girls I was very fond of weddings and traditions associated with it, a galore of occasions to get up and get dressed for. But I am a sucker for mehendi designs and I am sure you are too! We at ShaadiElephant would always want you to be abreast with ongoing trends, fashion or fads of weddings. Through this blogpost today we want to show you how uniquely you can blend the traditional mehendi design with a little fun element. Let’s check it out one by one –
Jewellery designed Mehendi
I just love intricate jewelry and if it is a part of a mehendi design it becomes all the more chic. The finger ring is just so cool. Who would want to wear a real ring?
Story telling Mehendi
Now you must be thinking that I am talking about the same baraat and doli design mehendi (which I am still a fan of), but guys this is new you can portray your entire love story on your hands and feet. From how you met to how he proposed just run your imagination wild here.
These give you a hip and happening persona as they are similar to a tattoo and can be sported anywhere on the body. This can really bring that exciting look along with your regular mehendi on your wedding.
Glittery Affair with Mehendi
Previously we told you about how you can style flowers as ornaments, so why leave mehendi out of it. Add that glitz to your mehendi with glitter, small stones or beads. You can even get your mehendi colored accordingly.
We all know that we take the blessings of Lord Ganesha to start something auspicious. Rightly so people have started using Ganesha’s portrait in the form of mehendi design.Portraits of RadhaKrishan are also quite popular amongst brides, signifying undying love to their soulmates.
Why leave out the bride’s bridesmaid, after the bride they are one’s getting the most attention JThis has to be the most unique mehendi art in years. It looks elegant, chic and definitely stands out.
Arabic Mehendi art
Arabic mehendi art is already a hit in India since past few years now. It is more of decorative leaves and flowers with thick outlines, also keeping space in between so that the design highlights better on the hands or feet. You can use this style on sides of your feet and palms and make it a little more interesting with glitters, stones or beads or even colors.
Well I would like to explore geometrical shapes from Maths! Moroccon mehendi will sooth everyone’s eyes because of the symmetry of the geometrical shapes involved.
A mixture of Indian and Arabic style of mehendi, created using black and red mehendi for different combinations of patterns, leaves, curls or any other motifs.
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