Mehndi is always associated with good luck and good spirits. The mehndi ceremony marks the bride’s journey into her marriage.
With its natural herbal remedies, Mehndi is significantly important as it relieves the bride of any stress before the ‘big’ day.
It cools down the nerve-endings, preventing the nerves from tensing up in anticipation of a significant event.
A mehndi ceremony is a women dominant function. To incorporate the men, modern-day Nepali weddings now have a sangeet ceremony where the bride and groom’s families come together to relish in the happiness and joy of the couple.
And in many ways, the Mehndi ceremony is the second Sangeet. The bride and the women of both the families color their hands with henna.
Life is a struggle, and it’s never black or white. Most of the time, we live in the grey. But that doesn’t mean your mehndi has to. A rollercoaster life allows us to cover our sad days with mehndi.
If you feel like something is missing in your life, you can always have an excellent mehndi session for yourself.
Often, Mehndi is the test of love. They say, if the mehndi is dark, the lover loves you deeply. That’s why, women wish to have dark and perfect mehndi designs.
Women will do anything they can, from sprinkling olive oil to squeezing lemons, to ensure they get a dark henna color on their hands. And honestly, don’t we all love mehndi?
So if you’re looking to justify your relationship with the color of your mehndi or have somebody special in your mind when you put on mehndi, these designs can be perfect for you.
You can choose from these designs that is appropriate for your function. Mehndi makes feel women confident, beautiful and happy.