My last post got me thinking, we all have seen amazing bridal mehendi designs for our hands, but what about our feet? Every bride who applies henna for her wedding ceremony does apply henna on her feet too, and doesn’t it then make sense to have some inspiration and ideas bookmarked just for that?
So, I ended up practically spending a good one full day scorching the internet for gorgeous real brides Bridal Foot Mehendi designs. Oh, and I found some seriously good ones, that you can totally show to your mehendi artist for inspiration.
When I was searching for a mehendi artist for my wedding, honestly I didn’t have time to look through the internet and make a wedding book with cut outs etc etc. I straight away met a few artists, and then showed what was an overwhelming wedding album sized books filled with henna designs. You really can’t tell the difference from one design to another.
In the end, I picked a design, but forgot to click a picture (silly me) and finally the design she made on my mehendi day…I really don’t remember if it was the same. It was definitely a mix-up…but I can’t blame her more than blaming myself for the blunder.
This post will hopefully give you some direction so that you don’t end up with the same regrets.
# Quirky yet simple
Peacocks are the latest trend in bridal mehendi designs. So many brides these days are doing variations of the peacock feathers on the hands and feet. I love this design. Its simple, yet stunning and the best part..you don’t have to sit through four five hours finishing your mehendi.
# Leaving some gaps is a good thing
Everyone wants something a little hatke, a little unique in their wedding and this latest trend of doing minimalist mehendi design is a hot trend. Focus on the design and just leave the rest of the foot. It looks great, and you get to be traditional yet stylish at the same time.
# Bridal Foot Mehendi just above the ankles
Why should you not dance and have a fabulous time instead of sitting frozen with the bridal mehendi artist. If you want to have fun at your event, then going for simple not too complicated is a good idea.
# The good old traditional Bridal Foot Mehendi
There is nothing wrong in going all out traditional in your Bridal Foot Mehendi. If you have the patience to sit through, the results are absolutely heavenly to look at. I personally love the sneak peek pictures with the lehenga border showing along with the mehendi design.
# Gladiator themed Bridal Foot Mehendi design
You want to make a statement with your Bridal Foot Mehendi design, this is the way to go. The best part is, post the wedding, you can show it off as a pretend gladiator sandals, and that’s quite cool.
# Bridal Foot Mehendi that almost looks like you’re wearing some footwear!
Do you see what I see? Just turn your head and look at it for an instant, and it will look like a nice pair of bohemian sandals. Awesome isn’t it?
# Peacock be the king of all mehendi designs
I love how the peacocks are designed as though they are looking at each other. This wedding was featured in my last post, and you just have to see it. There are so many steal worthy ideas from this gorgeous Sikh Wedding, I am not kidding you.
# The filled up Mehendi design
How stunning does this look? The only bit which I don’t like particularly about mehendi designs, in general, is that when they are wet, they look simply out of the world. But the actual problem comes when they are dried and washed off. Solid henna colors start chipping off faster, so you better be sure if you really want a filled out design on your wedding day.