The Mehendi ceremony is usually organised a day or two before the wedding day. For most brides, this is the only day she gets to shake her legs and have fun with her family and friends amidst all the other wedding celebrations. The mehendi day accompanied by sangeet night are touted as the most joyful pre-wedding celebrations. For all the brides to be who are planning to add a new flavour to their mehendi ceremony, here are some of the latest trends you can incorporate.
Taking a break from heavy layered jewellery is a dream come true for every bride-to-be. Gota jewellery not only solves this problem but also gives the bride an exotic Indian look. Gota jewellery can be customised as per your individualistic requirements and compliments your outfits as well. The variety of Gota jewellery ranges from earrings to maangtikkas to hathphools.
Designer potli bags
Carrying a small potli bag or gifting them to your bridesmaids add colours and mirth to the ceremony. The potli bag comes in different designs and patterns such as embroidered, mirror work, dabka work and also in many vibrant colours. Not only is a potli bag stylish, it also doubles up as quite a useful accessory.
Colourful embroidered umbrellas
The most creative and effortless way to give your mehendi ceremony a spirited and lively atmosphere is by adding colourful, embroidered umbrellas. Couple them up with some flowers or just simply place them around the venue and they will completely transform the space.
Henna inspired cookies
A box of cookies inspired by henna patterns seems like just the ideal gift for your guests. These cookies which are a perfect combination of good taste and a delight to the eyes will add a elegant touch to your ceremony.
Henna inspired candles
Candles inspired by henna designs and prints also make for quite an interesting gift and add a touch of quirkiness to your mehendi day. It will not only light up the venue but will give it a wonderful aroma and light up the ambience.
When it comes to decorating the venue for your mehendi function, a vintage theme could work wonders for you. Install interesting looking cages around the venue and the lighten the mood of the entire place. Decorating the cages with a bunch of flowers will add an extra touch to the decor aesthetics.
Latkans are women’s first preference when they want to jazz up their Indian outfits. Tassels are best used for blouse backs, hanging on the waist of lehengas and even suit doris. These days designers usually provide options to accessorise outfits with latkans.
An extremely Indian and earthly décor idea for your mehendi is the Kathputhali or Rajasthani puppets. These dolls can be hung in the doors and around the venue to give a the space a cheerful and vivid look.