Punjabi wedding easy Mehendi designs for hands
Easy Mehendi designs for hands: Punjabis are well known for their jolly nature. They know how to celebrate the season and even how to enjoy the smallest success. It’s the lively nature of Punjabi that converts a small incident into a big celebration. Undoubtedly celebrations are incomplete until and unless accompanied with Mehndi. Mehndi is one of the most sought-after tradition and is applied in all the occasions.
Earlier there were only two places i.e. hand and feet where people use to apply it. But in modern time people love to cover more areas with this beautiful carving. Usually, Menhdi is applied to the cone and this helps in making very neat and beautiful designs. It is believed that the girl who gets the dark color Mehndi is more loved by her in-laws. That is why everyone wants to get a darker shade.
There are several mehndi designs that are carved on hands, legs, arms elbow, and wrist. Or even at the back of the neck are getting popular these days. As it is a traditional art, it looks great with ethnic suits and traditional sarees. To help you decorate your different parts of the body, here are few designs:
Easy designs for beginners
Mehndi has always won the hearts of many special females. Girls and ladies love to get Mehndi on their different parts of the body. For beginner’s chain and dot design is easy and less time-consuming. During Punjabi wedding season this simple Menhdi is applied by teenagers. As they want to actively participate in the wedding and attract attention.
Designs for ladies
The most enthusiastic person during a Punjabi wedding is ladies. They plan everything starting right from their outfit, accessories to their Mehndi designs. They love to get traditional designs on their hands and make sure that they get a dark color and to get the dark color they will go to any heights and make another feel jealous. Usually, intricate designs that cover hands and fingers are selected by them.
Special bridal designs
Mehndi designs have covered a long distance to reach this point. Brides these days want to have a complete wedding scene to their hand. It can be a popular “Jai-Mala” depiction or complete Doli scene. Presently brides are getting their groom’s picture carved on their hands. Earlier it was the initial name of the would-be bridegroom that was made in the design.
These designs are small and completed within lesser time. A peacock, paisley, flowers, birds, lotus, feathers, etc. are made in it. This can be made in the arm just at the place where the blouse sleeve ends. It looks like an accessory tied on the upper arm
Everybody loves these designs and is it a Punjabi wedding season all ladies have it on their hands and arms. These patterns include peacock feather or complete peacock is made on the skin.