Bridal Mehendi Designs
Amongst the traditional henna designs, drawn on the
hands and feet of a bride, the common bridal mehendi
designs include peacock, kalash, flowers, leaves and
conch-shells. Whatever be the design, drawing images
of the bride and groom, as well writing the groom's
name, on bride's hands, is compulsory.
These days beauty parlors
have special bridal mehendi packs, the brides have
a choice between the Pakistani mehendi (which covers
pretty much most of the palm) and the Arabic mehendi
(in which the pattern is drawn to one side of the
Way of Earning Money
In Pakistan many mehndi artists are earning thousands
of rupees by applying beautiful “mehndi”
designs on the hands of women, girls and even babies.
Be it a leading beauty parlour or a roadside makeshift
stall of a mehndi artist, women and girls are approaching
them to get the best on their hands on different occassions
specially eve of eid at any rate.
The rates of applying mehndi
vary from design to design. The rates of a single
vine starts from Rs 20, for the full hand the mehndi
artists are charging Rs 250, while the rates are Rs
500 for both hands. On Special Occassions, they charge
more than the normal rates during normal seasons.
Mehndi Ceremony Initially,
mehendi used to comprise of a small ceremony, in which
only the close female relatives and the friends of
the bride were invited, along with the family members.
They used to apply mehendi on the hands of the bride
as well as each other. In the present times, the ceremony
has undergone a lot of change. Now, men have also
become a part of the ceremony, where the guest list
includes almost all the people who are invited to
the wedding. Professionals are called in, to apply
henna to the bride as well as the guests. Drinks,
an elaborate dinner and a rocking DJ form the other
aspects of the present-day mehendi ceremony.
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