With one of the richest traditions of Mehndi Designs, Pakistani designs are just amazing and graceful. Here are 100 Pakistani Mehndi designs for all occasions. Hope you enjoy these, as much as I enjoyed putting this together for you!
Most Indian weddings are incomplete without a mehndi ceremony. According to the ritual, mehndi is usually applied a day before the wedding and the bride does not step out of the house after this ceremony. A trend that has been going on since ages is the incorporation of the groom’s initial letter/name on the bride’s mehndi design. Mehndi designs have evolved over the years. Earlier a bride was assumed to follow a ‘fully-filled-bridal-mehndi-design’ where in there were absolutely no gaps in the mehndi design! Where as, today with so many talented mehndi artists from all over the world – like Sumeyya, Laraib, Kiran, Namrata, Monita, Divya and many many more, bridal mehndi designs no longer look the same.
Pakistani mehndi designs are very detailed and intricate and consume a lot of time in its application. It is composed of fine fill-ins and has a very few left over spaces. As a tradition, the bride is not allowed to work in her marital house till the time her mehndi has not faded away. Mehndi is also an important part of other special cultural occasions, such as Karva Chauth, Diwali and other Indian festivals. But as a tradition, mehndi holds a deep-rooted cultural and social place in the weddings.
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