Punjabi mehndi designs are quite unique and that they glorify the culture and heritage of Punjab. These Indian designs are intricate and need much practice to get it right without any flaws. Unlike Arabic designs that are bold and big, Punjabi mehndi designs are all about intricate designs that tell a story.
Punjabi women love having mehendi applied on all possible occasions. From weddings to karva chaut to baisakhi, a Punjabi woman will have the hands and feet decorated with mehandi for any given chance. While the wedding and karva chaut mehendi is more delicate and elaborate, the ones done on other festivals like Basakhi, as a little less detailed.
There must be hardly any brides who would want to say no to the wedding mehandi designs for hands.
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Here are our easy mehndi designs
Perhaps the most popular of all mehendi designs is the peacock. Brides have opted for a beautiful peacock design time and again, thanks to its feminine and pretty look.
This is another excellent option for an Indian henna mehndi art. When tiny paisleys are woven together to create a delicate design pattern, the result is a very alluring and looks amazing.
Circular motifs make for great henna designs, as they are aesthetically very appealing. There is something about a neat circle that makes an impression, thus allowing the design to last in our minds even after the actual henna has faded away.
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Many simple mehndi designs images download links are available or you could use the screen shots on your phone to capture these latest henna art ideas for weddings and other occasions for reference.
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Flowers are universally regarded as the epitome of femininity. So is it any wonder then that mehandi floral designs rank as one of the most popular in the Punjabi design list? When the mehndi stains the skin with its deep orange-red colour, the flower seems to almost come alive in all its glory.
Doesn’t the below design remind you of Pakistani henna designs.
Lines And Patterns
You don’t need birds and flowers to create alluring designs; you can do that with the help of lines and patterns as well. When combined, lines and patterns come together to form an interesting design. Although there is no story or one particular motif that acts as the central part of the design, it is even then a very impressive and sought after way of covering your hand and feet with mehendi.
The art is all lines, flowers, motifs, peacocks and so on. Putting them all together is what makes unique mehendi designs for girls.
The chequered pattern is a great way to make your mehendi pop and is used vastly to give a break to intricate designs. The chequered pattern can also be cleverly used to fill up any gaps.
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Bride and Groom Design
This is a popular choice for Punjabi brides. The design tells a story depicting the bride and the groom. It symbolizes love and a forever-after joining of two souls in holy matrimony. This is an exceptional Indian art, that needs a very professional artist to make it perfect.
Creepers and Leaves
Creepers and leaves also make for great designs. They have a delicate flowing structure that is perfect for creating beautiful henna art. Here is one very alluring patterns made using creeper and leaves patterns.
Coloured Mehendi Design
This relatively new pattern includes glitter and stones to create colourful henna art. The colours really stand out among the henna and make for an interesting look. While this is not a traditional design, more and more women are starting to experiment with this coloured design.
The border design is perfect choice for the feet. The design forms an outline along the sides of your feet, making a border. Pick a delicate pattern for a simple yet captivating effect.
Here are some more Punjabi mehndi designs:
When brides wear red nail polish colors with henna on hands, it just enhances the henna color and the overall look. The mehndi on hands makes the bride complete.
This is a simple design, a little on the olden days traditional style of mehendi, wherein all the tips of fingers are coated with henna.
This bracketed design has a look of delicacy due to the dots on the fingers. A perfect wrap to your mehendi diaries.
This Punjabi design is a different take on designs keeping it simple with the mehendi divided into two parts, both looking equally magical.
Henna designs with full of style and passion are what come out best and this is one of those.
Don’t wait for the perfect mehndi design, take a pick of this design and make it your perfect moment.
Punjabi henna patterns, especially for the bride means having images of the bride and groom, sometimes even a complete baarat and so on. Hindu weddings and the traditional wedding designs might just never go out of trend.
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Mehandi till your arms, if you’re fond of mehendi and the very thought of it excites you, only then go for excess mehndi till your arms when you’re the bride.
Either names of initials of the bride and groom are included in the mehendi, and if not, the bride and groom are drawn into the mehendi making themselves a part of the mehendi design.
A french manicure and a simple design on your hands to look elegant.
Mehendi patterns until the elbow is what is fancied by the brides. Sometimes, they even prefer going all the way up until it reaches the blouse sleeves.
The contrasting nail colour with the mehendi is one of our favorites. This versatile design can be recreated into many forms.
Mehendi on hands and on feet, when made in a particular theme looks amazing.
Absolute favourites of all the brides-to-be. This design takes a while to complete but as you can see, the end result is mind blowing. Save this design right away!
A simple foot design to get into the festive celebratory mood.
Let your feet look equally gorgeous as your hands. After all, the toe ring needs to be put on, and everyone’s going to watch.
This wrap around mehndi on the feet is a sight to see, because when have your feet ever looked so pretty? Perfect for a marriage or sangeet event, giving a Diwali festive feel too.
This concept of mehendi under the foot is new and is all the rage these days. There’s no need for an explanation when you can see for yourself why you would like to try it.
This mehendi design stretching from the toes to above the ankle is perfect for a dhoti outfit that you have bought for your next occasion.
Another dulha dulhan mehndi design on the palms of a bride.
Even a basic with not much of detailing also looks beautiful. Don’t you agree?
For the floral babe in you, bring it out through mehandi exhibiting lovely designs making hands just as lovely.
This traditional design has taken the form of a mango, which is mostly involved in all traditional activities. A must try to stick to the traditional ways of marriage.
A contemporary design including all the trendy, funky strokes and shapes is your way out for your next occasion.
This design is a mixture of Indian & Arabic keeping the hands looking elegant and beautiful.
This mehndi design pattern gives the distinctive yet bridal feel with leaves pattern making it classy.
The floral patterns weaved on the brides hands makes you want to look just as happy and cheerful as her.
Designed with brackets and a spiral pattern, it gives the perfect beautiful foot to put forward and flourish.
The mixture of Arabic with bracketed design, stands out with flowers and leaves keeping it simple as well as covering the hand with a design so appealing.
With the simple one sided narrow pattern, keep it chic and just enough.
While Punjabi designs are unique, they are not exclusive to Punjab, at least not anymore. Regional mehndi designs for girls in India have all merged, evolved and have one become a fusion of different cultures and customs. So a Gujarati bride might sport a Rajasthani design and a South Indian bride might be seen having an Arabic mehndi design. This fusion of art has had an interesting effect on the designs and has helped them evolve into our present contemporary Indian designs.
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