Mehendi is an intricate and beautiful art form that has been used for centuries to adorn the hands and feet of women. A popular tradition in many cultures, applying mehendi on the front of the hand is a great way to make a statement and add a pop of color to any outfit. With so many stunning front hand mehendi designs to choose from, it can be overwhelming trying to decide on the perfect one. Whether you’re looking for something traditional, modern, or a mix of both, there’s a front hand mehendi design that’s perfect for you. In this article, we’ll explore some of the latest and most popular front hand mehndi design ideas to help you find the perfect one for your next special occasion.
#1 We love how this front hand mehndi design is all about empty spaces, the latest motifs, and exquisite design. Starting with statement finger henna, the palm is covered in lotus garlands, and the wrists are bedecked in jaal henna, ending it all with an endearing elephant motif.
#2 Elephants are a popular symbol in Indian henna because of their intricate and ornate features, but also because they’re seen as symbols of strength, wisdom, and good luck. If you love their presence in mehendi designs, here’s a henna to try that’s replete with them.
Courtesy: Saurabh Rathore
#3 Intricate lines in henna have their own fan base, but the bold outlines with bold fillings have their own beauty too! An advantage of the bold outline is that it can also be finished early. So when you’re looking for a striking henna pattern that doesn’t take time to be completed, opt for something like this!
Courtesy: The Allure Ink
#4 Dominated by florals and elevated by empty spaces, this royal front hand mehndi design is the definition of stunning and elegance! While all parts of this mehendi design stand out, its the shaded filling in the flowers that has our complete attention and what makes the difference in giving the distinctive attribute to the henna pattern.
Courtesy: Gangaur Mehandi
#5 When flowers are on your mind for your next henna design, here’s a gorgeous one to save for inspiration! This simple front hand mehndi design is easy to recreate because it doesn’t involve many fillings or difficult motifs, just the basic paisleys and florals merged into stunning art!
#6 For someone who loves minimalism in their henna art, the next stylish front hand mehndi design will win you over! While one hand only has a mandala with embellished fingers, the other one only has a leafy pattern to give you two patterns that perfectly complement each other without being too alike!
Courtesy: Fida Henna
#7 Empty spaces in henna are a great way to enhance the beauty of the existing motifs and make the entire pattern stand out! Here, half the palm is left empty while other parts are decorated with beautiful and intricate motifs for aesthetically pleasing henna art.
Courtesy: Mehndi Art by Dishah
#8 Now, this is a short front hand mehendi design that can only be trusted by a professional for recreation! It features a strategic amalgamation of bold and thin strokes for a distinguishing appearance. The swan in the middle is an uncommon motif that makes this henna stand out from the rest.
Courtesy: Devanshi Solanki
#9 Empty spaces, or negative spaces, in henna designs, can add balance, simplicity, and visual interest to the overall design. When used effectively, negative space can complement the intricate patterns and shapes in henna designs and provide a break for the eye, just like what’s happening in the next design.
Courtesy: Shoukhin by Rubina
#10 Arabic front hand mehndi designs are popular for their traditional and timeless attributes, and if that’s what you’re looking to exude from your henna, try the next pattern from our list. It covers full hand, but you can certainly reduce the length as per your liking.
#11 This beautiful front hand mehndi design manifests the charming appearance of bold outlines and thin fillings into reality! It doesn’t just look gorgeous when it’s drawn but it will double in its beauty when it’s stained, which is what you want, don’t you?
Courtesy: Jigna Patel
#12 We’re stunned by the ravishing beauty of this simple and easy front hand mehndi design. If you don’t want to miss out on the fun of the wedding and just sit for henna for hours, try this short one that can be created quickly by an expert henna artist. The new henna elements make it perfect for those looking for a modern mehndi design.
Courtesy: Chaitali’s Mehendi
#13 Bold outline henna designs have their own beauty, as you can see below. This style of henna design is characterized by its clear and distinct lines, which give the design a defined and striking look. The key to overpower the heavy appearance of bold strokes is to include intricate elements which create harmonious and appealing henna art.
Courtesy: The Allure Ink
#14 We are swooning over this Arabic front hand mehendi design, portraying a good understanding of the traditional patterns and styles associated with this style of mehendi. Hiring a professional mehendi artist can help you achieve the desired look associated with Arabic mehndi design.
#15 This beginner cute simple mehndi design for the front hand is proof that henna isn’t just for weddings, but can be used to celebrate any occasion. Featured below is a beautiful henna to commemorate your graduation.
#16 Paisleys and floral mehndi designs are quite popular! They can help you create many different types of henna, and can be put together for a simple look or a bharwa appearance. When the latter is what you’re looking for, the next front hand henna can be your inspiration.
#17 Looking for a simple front hand mehndi design? Here’s one that can be easily created by beginners as well! It’s all about bold lines but you do need to be careful about the tidiness of the strokes to keep the charm of the henna pattern alive.
Courtesy: Shama Art
#18 For weddings of our close friends and family, we often want our whole hands to be bedecked in henna. For special occasions like them, here’s a memorable and stylish front hand mehndi design to try! You can save this on your folder because designs like this don’t often come around!
Courtesy: Kp Mehandi Art
#19 Even when you want a short mehndi design, there’s a chance to make it statement-worthy and exquisite. Short henna ideas these days are made with such distinctive patterns that you will fall in love with their creativity. Featured below is one such henna idea to save!
Courtesy: Saurabh Rathore
#20 This simple and easy front hand mehndi design is dainty and graceful. It has a unique pattern that’s sure to garner compliments yet is perfect for brides or bridesmaids who are looking for an intimate mehendi design.
#21 Thin-filling, thick outline henna patterns have their own charm and instantly grab the attention. This front hand simple mehndi design will look amazing after staining, and we love how the artist has left some negative spaces so as to make the pattern in the middle really pop out.
#22 3D henna designs have gained much popularity lately. These types of mehendi patterns create the illusion of a three-dimensional object or pattern on the skin by using shading, highlights, and other techniques to create depth and dimension. They do look visually stunning and intricate, and that’s why they have become a favorite in Indian weddings.
#23 With a concentric leaf pattern in the middle with all the spacings filled with intricate designs, the lotus dominates the fingers and wrists to complete the pattern. You will have to trust an expert to recreate this front hand mehndi design 2023 though!
Courtesy: Mehndi Artist Komal
#24 When you’re looking for palm mehendi designs, seldom do you come across something as stunning as the design featured in the picture. So, don’t miss out on it, instead save it for inspiration right away so you have the right mehendi design photos saved when you need them.
#25 In India, elephants are seen as a symbol of good luck, fortune, strength, and stability. They are often seen in many elements of a wedding, including mehendi. You can include their motifs in a number of ways. Here, the elephant motifs are combined with flowers for whimsical henna art.
#26 Jaal patterns have become a popular back hand mehndi design. But you can also employ the art on the front as well to create a simple and easy front hand mehndi design. Take cues from the next design on how to employ this idea for distinctive henna art.
#27 3D lotus flowers are yet another trending front hand mehndi design idea. The pattern is drawn neatly on the middle of the hands with one side left empty and the other side bedecked in mesh design. The wrist is also covered in the same combination for appealing synchronicity in the henna art.
#28 Having different blocks of mehendi patterns to create one that beautifully complements each other is a task of a professional, and it’s done amazingly here! Also, the charm of floral mehendi designs just can’t be denied
#29 This easy front hand mehndi design only requires some skill in the 3D-art patterns, and the rest of the design is just a breeze! The use of empty spaces is well thought of; we admire how the tips are left empty so the spacious design just remains that way.
Courtesy: Anupama’s Mehendi
#30 We’re swooning over this bridal front hand mehndi. It uses bold strokes for the outline smartly so as to make the design really pop. The thin fillings are done intricately, so they might require some time to complete. Just be prepared that an elaborate design like this will take around 3 hours to finish.
#31 A modern front hand mehndi design with an elephant motif and bold blocks of henna to elevate the appearance of the surrounding elements. If you’re a medium-level henna artist, you can try this easy front hand mehndi design at home.
#32 Try this beginner-level simple front hand mehndi when you’re in a hurry. It comprises just straight lines and florals to help beginners recreate this henna idea quickly. You can extend the design by drawing another line block like this and drawing the florals and leaves after that.
#33 When you strategically use bold strokes for your henna, you can elevate the look of the entire pattern without doing too much. The net pattern and empty spaces keep this front hand mehndi design simple and easy.
#34 There’s no dearth of stylish front hand mehndi designs. Here’s one more to woo you and appeal to the minimalistic style in you! The tips are covered completely in henna to give you an idea of how these traditional tips bring the whole design together and give it a finished look.
#35 Dominated by a bunch of florals, this classy and modern front hand henna leaves empty spaces on the sides for a better and cleaner appearance. You can create a similar flower-dominated design on the back and the other hand to have a synchronized pattern.
#36 It looks difficult, but it’s actually a very simple front hand mehndi design. It doesn’t have many fillings, involves only simple elements, and uses bold strokes to make. It can take some time to complete because it covers the entire hand, but you won’t get it wrong anywhere.
#37 Bharwa mehendi designs are popular for brides and their close friends and family during weddings. These henna patterns are characterized by flowers, leaves, and other nature-inspired patterns filled meticulously for a striking design. If you’re looking for a traditional front hand mehndi design, then this is a good option.
#38 Brides who want a full front-hand henna, but also want a design that’s breathable and spacious, here’s how you can do both! This will also be finished in no time by an expert henna artist. Although, intricacy is the key here. Do hire someone who is very skilled in elaborate mehendi patterns.
#39 Everyone wants a different style when it comes to their henna. So we have showcased many different variations of front hand mehendi design – simple, bharwa, or contemporary, on this list. The coordinated bel design with modish elements is another to bookmark if it matches your taste.
Courtesy: Monika Jain
#40 Bold florals take the center of attention in this mehendi design, but there’s one more element that grabs the eye – Swastik. In Hinduism, the swastika is a sacred symbol that represents good fortune and is often used in religious ceremonies and rituals. It’s considered auspicious when included in wedding elements, including your henna.
#41 The key to bridal mehndi designs is to have a coordinated look in your hands and feet. Most professional artists understand this and try to include similar elements in both places. Like in the henna design featured below. Both hands and feet bridal mehendi is built around auspicious wedding elements and ends with a palatial setting.
#42 Embrace the grace and elegance of nature with this intricate and mesmerizing floral mehendi design. From delicate petals to lush blooms, this design captures the essence of the natural world, adding a touch of beauty and charm to your skin. Whether you’re preparing for a special occasion or just looking to enhance your everyday look, this floral mehendi design is the perfect way to infuse your skin with timeless beauty.
#43 We have been doing articles on henna designs for years now. But we still come across so many designs that we haven’t seen anywhere. That’s the thing about mehendi – you can always find a design that will fit your mood the best at any given time. Like the next one is a good option when you want a bharwa palm henna, but with a modish touch.
#44 Celebrate the beauty of nature with this stunning flower and leaves mehendi design. A symphony of intricate petals and lush foliage, this design captures the essence of the great outdoors, bringing a touch of the garden to your skin.
#45 Elements like a peacock perched on a tree, 3D lotus, and neat jaal patterns make this design a mesmerizing one to look at! It’s a very good option when you want a motif henna that’s not over the top.
Courtesy: Dhrumi Vadhan
#46 Florals and circles form the backbone of the design, but it’s the empty spaces that bring it together. The use of negative space helps to create balance and visual interest in the henna, allowing the intricate details and patterns of the mehendi to stand out.
#47 When you take the art of bold strokes and thin fillings seriously and make a striking pattern out of the style. A royal front hand mehndi design, perfect for just any occasion and style.
Courtesy: Vishakha Mehendi
#48 Let the florals do the talking! The whimsical charm of floral elements is used in abundance in this designer’s front hand mehndi design. Know that the ornate patterns require a professional to recreate and it’s best you trust them for an elaborate design like this.
#49 While leaves are often used just as a filling element in henna, here they change their status and take the main stage for a distinctive and eye-catching look. Ditch the florals for once and let the prominence of lush leaves shine through your henna art.
#50 We told you. Negative spaces do a lot in a mehendi without doing anything. By leaving certain areas of skin unadorned, they can create the illusion of depth, movement, and texture – as you can see below.
#51 Unleash the beauty and grace of the modern henna elements with this stunning peacock and lotus mehendi design. A harmonious blend of regal peacock feathers and serene lotus blooms, this design captures the essence of elegance and tranquility. It does add a touch of style and poise to your look, doesn’t it?
#52 If you’re a bride who’d want to infuse more traditional elements in their look, here’s a bridal henna to help you radiate tradition as well. Done with timeless mehendi elements and the classic choodi-pattern-style on the wrists, it’s a winsome art to bookmark for your wedding.
#54 This picture gives you an idea of how this short and simple front hand mehndi design will look great on your hands after staining! It has 3-D art on the sides but it’s done with simple flowers and not lotuses so that even a beginner can recreate them. The rest of the pattern is pretty basic too so you can DIY without any hassles.
#55 Bloom with grace and beauty with this exquisite lotus mehndi design complete with traditional henna elements and a heart on the side.
Courtesy: Radhika Soni
#56 This latest mehendi design for the front hand comprises a concentric half-square on the side, which can be created on the opposite side of your right hand for a coordinated look. You can just copy the same design for a beautiful synchronized mehendi that will look complete on its own, but also when adjoined together.
#57 This easy front hand mehndi design with empty spaces is the epitome of beauty with no effort in the making. You just need two mehendi cones – one with a bigger opening on the front for the outline and another one with a smaller opening, so you get a similar output as this design.
Courtesy: Syeda Amin
#58 Mandala mehendi designs are all about symmetry and highly detailed patterns. The lotus mandala design represents the same and extends to the wrists for a further extension of its appeal. The fingers are done in a traditional style to give you a complete look.
Courtesy: Pooja Bera
#59 This beautiful mehendi design starts with a beautiful concentric circle on the side followed by paisleys, lines, and leaves on the outside for a mesmerizing pattern. This is the kind of mehendi that will garner attention from millennials and baby boomers alike.
Courtesy: Syeda Amina
#60 This henna looks difficult to make, but it’s actually a very simple and easy front hand mehndi design. Start by making the outline of the florals and filling the empty spaces with henna completely. If the jaal pattern on the bottom seems a bit difficult, just make a simple jaal design instead. Complete the look by covering the tips in henna.
#61 The peacock is a symbol of beauty, pride, and grace, and makes for an aesthetic element in mehendi design. Here, the peacock perched on the parapet wall forms the center stage of the design as the other elements are arranged beautifully around it.
Courtesy: Jigna Patel
#62 We love how this mehendi design isn’t as neat as the many others found on this list, but still manages to wow us with its beauty. If you’re planning to DIY any henna, know that even if it’s not drawn as flawlessly, it will still turn out to be better than you think.
Courtesy: kaniz’s Mehndi
#63 Make a statement with this bold and beautiful bold strokes Mehendi design. Featuring thick, eye-catching lines and shapes, this design is the perfect way to add a touch of cultural heritage and natural beauty to your skin. Whether you’re looking for a minimalist and modern look or a bold and dramatic statement, this bold strokes Mehendi design is the perfect choice for anyone looking to celebrate the beauty and elegance of henna art.
Courtesy: Saniya Mehndi Arts
#64 The 3D henna has become popular for its modish appeal and how quickly it can be done! For those looking to hire professional mehendi artists for their entire family, hire someone who can do 3D art well so they can do the design quickly without having anyone doubt if they got a good and creative mehndi design on their hands.
Courtesy: Vinay Bansal
#65 When you’re looking for a bharwa front hand mehndi design, you will love this next henna pattern on our list. Featuring a combination of thick, bold lines and delicate, intricate details, this design is just the perfect pick for brides who want to set a statement with their henna.
Courtesy: KP Mehandi Art
#66 An Arabic front hand mehndi design with time-honored elements is mesmerizing. The charming work of paisleys, curve patterns, and lines is just beautiful. Those who are slightly skilled at drawing henna can try this easy front hand mehndi design for themselves.
#67 Lotuses pointed in all four directions form the center point of this mehendi. It’s bedecked on both sides with paisley-turned peacocks, followed by lines on the wrists and fingers. Whether you’re looking for a minimalist and modern look or a bold and dramatic statement, this unique henna is the perfect choice for anyone looking to showcase their unique sense of style.
Courtesy: Komal Nigam
#68 The endearing elephant motifs followed by garlands make this mehndi design look so elegant. You can cover the wrists and fingers with any of your favorite henna patterns to make it all look complete.
#69 When you’re the sister of the groom and want a henna that makes your bhaiya and bhabhi feel special, opt for a design like this. It also has a very modish design overall, to appeal to the millennial crowd whilst giving our beautiful traditions a nod.
Courtesy: Vibhuti Ronak Vekariya
#70 An elephant holding an umbrella with its trunk is often used in children’s books and plays. But elephants also make for a beautiful and symbolic addition to Indian weddings. Combining the meaningful nature and playfulness of both is this eye-catching henna to bedeck your hands with!
#71 Swans are yet another delicate creature to add to your mehendi. These elegant waterbirds represent beauty and grace and can make for an ornate addition to your henna design.
#72 This one of the easy and beautiful front hand mehndi design not only gives you the entire design but also tells you where to start so as to make the first step easy, and isn’t that all that matters? You can also mix and match the patterns and fill each block with your favorite for a personalized touch to your henna.
Courtesy: Mehndi Artist Komal
#73 We are swooning over this floral mehendi design done with proper spacing and patterns. It’s a good option for those who only want a palm mehndi design, but also for those who want a full-hand mehndi design as you can easily extend this spacious pattern to the elbow.
Courtesy: Mehandi by Sana
#74 While mehndi designs are often made with auspicious elements and motifs, this one incorporates those elements which are rarely seen in mehendi – namely Kalash, swastika, and drums. Both Kalash and drums make a part of Indian weddings and are used to signify good luck and cheeriness on the occasion. Including them in henna further makes the joyful nature of the revelry come alive.
#75 Nowadays, mehendi designs are all about creativity and how to infuse them with distinctive elements. The mandala drawn in the middle is converted into a wheel with different elements mentioned in each section. You can customize the section as per your preference to create a mehendi design that truly represents your preferences and style.
#76 When you’ve fallen in love with the beauty and intricacy of the peacock motifs, opt for a mehendi design that’s replete with them. Know that a peacock-enriched henna is an easy front hand mehndi design for professional artists. So if you’re looking for a statement mehendi that can be done quickly, pick this design as inspiration.
Courtesy: Saurabh Rathore
#77 Though a design like this uses normal henna elements, it’s the alignment and synchronicity of these elements which makes the design as gorgeous as it appears. This is an amazing option for brides but also for sisters of the bride and groom when they want to go OTT with their henna.
Courtesy: Vinay Bansal
#78 Just a contemporary bharwa mehendi design that is elegant and classy. When it comes to bharwa mehendi, it’s hard to incorporate so many different elements, but this artist somehow does it perfectly and gives you henna you will cherish at the time and will remember through pictures for the rest of your life.
#79 If you’re looking for front hand bridal mehndi design for engagement, we bet you will love the next one on the list. You can also make some changes to it and turn it into your bridal mehendi. For example, you can turn the proposal motif into a varmala, and the engagement sign into a palki motif.
Courtesy: Jinal Gada
#80 Another bridal front hand mehndi design that’s gorgeous and elegant. If you want a figure-enriched mehendi on your wedding though, you can opt for this one for other special occasions like Karvachauth or Teej.
#81 Bedeck your hands with this bel front hand mehndi design that’s aesthetically pleasing and can be done easily by a beginner who knows how to do 3D style in their henna.
#82 The charm of bold strokes and defining curves is truly impressive. You can create this simple front hand mehndi design easily as it has a bold strokes pattern and is done with minimal filling in the elements.
#83 Clusters of flowers done alternately is a popular henna style and one that can be used to cover as much length of your hand as you want.
#84 Showcase your unique sense of style with this unique and distinctive front hand mehndi design. It smartly covers half-section of the hand and just minimally adorns the other half for a balanced look. You can extend this design to the elbow by doing choodi-style sectioned mehendi below.
#85 Another front hand mehndi design that’s both whimsical and stylish. Flowers dominate the design to give a fresh and scintillating appeal to the gorgeous henna art.
#86 This picture gives you a full look into the front hand mehndi design but also the back hand mehndi design so you don’t have to look for the latter separately.
#87 This cute and easy front hand mehndi design can be created easily by beginners. It’s done using a bel pattern and both hands are done in a simply outlined henna with no fillings to further make it easier for beginners to recreate this art.
Courtesy: Shama Art
#88 Some henna artists just have magic in their hands. You’d be mesmerized by their creativity and how differently they can create each henna design for their different clients. There’s surely nothing like the bridal mehendi design on this list.
#89 We adore the sheer creativity of this front hand mehndi design for brides. It will look gorgeous on your hands and has the ability to transform your look completely.
#90 This stylish front-hand henna concentrates on the peacock motif and is surrounded by some time-honored elements for elaborate henna art.
Courtesy: Chaitali’s Mahendi
#91 Here’s another simple mehndi design for front hands replete with concentric circles and florals. Since it requires a minimal filling, it also won’t take much time to complete. Just be sure of the neat lines when you create this so the charm is maintained.
#92 Done majorly using 3D elements balanced by thin filling, we love this beautiful hand mehndi. It’s the epitome of perfection and the intricacy is surely mind-blowing.
#93 The beauty of this Arabic front hand mehndi design is the gorgeous paisleys and line art. The normal elements are extended a bit far so as to cover the whole hand while leaving some empty spaces at the end.
#94 Elephants have become a prominent element in mehendi designs, especially in weddings because of their ornate nature and meaningful symbolism. A line of elephants forms the center of this henna with flowers like lotuses and paisleys elevating the design further.
Courtesy: Mehandi Art by Dishah
#95 We love how this bridal front hand mehndi is laden with many wedding-relevant elements, but it’s the fire pit for the phera ceremony that’s a unique element in this henna. Accommodate it in your mehendi to make it look different and winsome too.
Courtesy: Madan Mehandi
#96 Want something other than flowers and paisleys for your mehendi design? Try out this full-hand mehendi design with intricate details and traditional wedding motifs.
Courtesy: Mayuri Munot
#97 Take things up a notch with this symmetrical mehendi design that depicts the elements of a royal wedding, from the peacocks and elephants to the bride and groom and the palanquin.
Courtesy: Mayuri Munot
#98 Here’s a refreshingly beautiful full-hand mehendi design. It uses the same old wedding mehendi motifs, but they look more like a painting than a mehendi design.
Courtesy: Alankaar Mehndi by Riya
#99 If you are neither into minimal mehendi designs nor bharwa designs, then this could be your middle ground. This design is a perfect companion for your celebrations with Lord Ganesh, 3D lotuses, and the designer jaal.
Courtesy: Shoukhin by Rubina
#100 Nothing beats the charm of a full-hand Arabic mehndi design. It is a design with peacocks, paisleys, leaves, and florals in the typical flowing fashion of an Arabic mehendi design.
#101 Mehndi designs are not only for brides or weddings. You can also get a cute mehendi design with birds and flowers for your anniversary.
Courtesy: Khushbu Patel
#102 This 3D geometric design will bewitch you with its magnificent dahlias, alluring lotuses, and tiny paisleys. A good choice for the woman who loves the details.
Courtesy: Khushi Navadiya
#103 If you like the idea of full-hand mehndi designs and the detailed aesthetic but don’t want to commit fully, this unique floral mehendi design could be the right choice for you with its huge paisleys and floral mandalas.
#104 This spaced floral mehendi design is a minimal design that leaves a linear space in the middle of the palms and is quite symmetrical.
#105 Are you eyeing a mehendi design that is unlike no other? Then, maybe you would like this one with its unique combination of geometric motifs, leaves, and florals.
Courtesy: Amit Mehandi Artist
#106 Simple, minimal, and stunning–this two-toned mehendi design has an exquisite beauty, unlike no other. It is a very lotus-y take on the mandala design.
Courtesy: Soni Khan
#107 This latest mehendi design comes with incredible creativity. It uses different kinds of jaal designs, and don’t you forget the cute little roses that immediately catch your eye.
Courtesy: The Allure Ink
#108 If you want to add royal elegance to your mehendi design, this might be a perfect choice. Nothing screams royal more than a mehendi design with lotuses and elephants.
#109 Let your hands be a canvas for a mehendi design as artistic as this. The amazing details of this mehendi design have an incomparable beauty that can only be found in old Indian paintings.
Courtesy: Archana Panchal
#110 Stand out from the crowd with a geometric mehendi design like this and also add to your blessings. You will especially like this design if you are a devotee of Lord Ganesh and also want a modern mehendi design.
Courtesy: Darshita Mehandi
#111 Ask your mehendi artist to add your partner’s name or initials to an intricately detailed mehendi design like this to make for a fun little game with your partner.
#112 Add to the auspiciousness of your celebrations with this floral mandala mehendi design as it is said to bring peace and connect you to the universe.
#113 Be the talk of any event with this beauteous floral mehendi design. The circular foliage motif makes this design a beauty that is beyond compare.
#114 Here is another creative take on the floral mehendi where smaller floral elements are used to make a bigger floral motif.
#115 Lotus, Lord Ganesh, and paisleys are an inseparable part of weddings. This 3D lotus mehendi design is perfect for a modern bride who wants to keep in touch with her traditions on her big day.
Courtesy: Henna by Divya
#116 The motto of this mehendi design is “same, but different”. It is a classic mehendi design with elements of paisleys, florals, and leaves.
#117 Have you ever seen Mughal-era paintings? That is where this mehendi design takes inspiration from. This design is for everyone, but if you love art and history, it will bring you joy.
Courtesy: Bharathi Sanghani
#118 Make your mehendi design more fun by incorporating scenes from the wedding ceremony, such as the varmala or the phere. This makes the mehendi design more interesting and personal.
#119 A mehendi design with classic traditional wedding elements is always a sight to behold, as you can get very creative with this design.
#120 Here is a minimal lotus mehendi design which is perfect for the bride who likes to keep it simple but impressive.
#121 Take your love for flowers and add them to your mehendi. This front-hand mehendi design with a geometric backdrop is the latest craze.
#122 Give up the monotony of the circles and curves of the usual mehendi designs and opt for a mehendi design with intricately filled geometric shapes like this one.
#123 A mehendi design like this is a minimalist’s dream. It is best suited for all occasions, including engagement.
#124 Are you a fan of the jaal pattern? If yes, then this could be the design for you. This latest mehendi design is unique and exudes a minimalistic elegance.
#125 A mehendi design with birds can be an interesting choice whether you are a bride, bridesmaid, or guest attending a wedding.