Latest Minimal Mehndi Designs: Dainty Wedding Mehendi Designs for People Who Believe Little Goes a Long Way!
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Wedding season has taken over India. And people have also begun preparing for different wedding rituals accordingly. 'Mehndi Ki Raat' is one of the most important pre-wedding ceremonies in India. It is not only a fun pre-wedding ceremony but also holds immense cultural significance. The traditional ceremony, known as Mehndi sees henna applied to both bride and groom before marriage and is one of the oldest traditions in India. Elaborate designs of mehndi are made on the hands and feet of the bride for this ritual, wishing the couple good luck. Easy Mehndi Designs for Bridesmaids: New Semi-Bridal Arabic, Indian, Moroccan Mehendi Designs for All The Banno Ki Sahelis!

While on one hand, Mehendi enhances your whole look on the wedding day, on the other hand, it is considered auspicious. There are various types of Mehendi types that are extremely popular in India. Right from portrait mehndi to motif mehndi, Arabic mehndi to Pakistani style mehndi, Indian mehndi to Moroccan designs, there are so many types to choose from. These days floral mehndi is quite a trend too. But many people are very fond of minimal mehndi designs. Which means the design can be extremely intricate, but doesn't cover the whole hand. Small designs are very popular among brides as well. Take a look at some of the latest mehndi designs for you:

Spiral Design

 

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Simple Wrist Mehendi Design

 

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Elegant Finger Mehndi Design

 

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Floral Mehndi Design

 

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So Pretty

 

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Intricate Back Hand Mehndi Design

 

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Back Hand Design

 

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You might also want to check out the tried and tested, hacks and tricks to darken the mehndi colourNot just the bride but also the groom applies mehndi on the auspicious day. Not just India, Mehendi aka Henna is considered very important in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal as well. Mehndi is also very popular among Muslims, Hindus and various other south-Asian religions. Henna is also known to have medicinal benefits.