The wedding season is around the corner and so is the glamorous pre-wedding occasions including the fun filled mehndi ceremony. One of the oldest wedding tradition, mehndi ceremony haven’t change much but the mehndi designs have become more innovation and creative with time.
Here we share 15 such decorative, creative and stunning Bridal Mehndi designs for Hands:
Floral designs is always in trend as they look beautiful no matter how dark or light the color of the henna design is after washing your hands.
Bridal Peacock Mehndi Design
Nothing looks as filled and beautiful as the peacock design.
The Split Mandala
Mandala is basically the central focus of the mehndi design. Usually, mandala was made only in circular forms. However, these days mandala are crafted in various patterns. When the mandala is divided in such a way that it forms a full pattern only when both the hands are brought together it is called as Split Mandala.
The Royal Raja and the Rani Bridal Mehndi Design
It is one of the common motifs in Dulhan mehndi designs where a king and a queen is crafted from the ancient era. It is complimented with various forms of designs depending upon the artist.
Raja Rani + Peacock Passion
A combination of Raja – Rani and peacock design looks highly elegant. The majestic look of the Raja – Rani and the grace of peacock’s feathers and long neck compliments each other gorgeously.
The Curvy Floral Design
For all those brides who want their hands fully filled, curvy floral design is the best bet as it fills the hand completely without leaving much space in between.
The Classic Pattern
This pattern has several different motif in it. If you see almost all different types of pattern and design are used – From floral to checks to peacock and the swirl.
The Abstract Patterns
Abstract patterns look as elegant as any other patterns when it comes to bridal mehndi designs.
The Simple Dulhan Mendi Design
Keep it simple and sober – if you aren’t interested in complicated designs on your palms.
Rajasthani Dulhan Mehendi Design
This design includes all the traditional designs, motifs and patterns.
The Royal Architecture
This design reflects the florals, motifs and patterns that are widely used in the dome and pillars of prominent structures.
The Swirl Mandala
Brides who want to keep very minimal generally opt for the swirl mandala where the fingers are all dressed up and a good portion of the palm is left blank.
The Symmetric Pattern
The designs and patterns are used in such a way that it looks quite symmetrical. Perfectionist may just seem to be in love with this design.
A mis-match of Arabic, Indian and Pakistani design looks very pretty. Just like the one shown below
The Paisley Print
Small paisley at the finger tips and larger ones at the palms – This is one of the classic bridal mehndi designs which is highly in demand every year. The curvy design and prominent strokes emphasize the overall look of this mehndi pattern.