Bridal Henna in Penang!

Over the last two years of doing henna, I’ve realized that no matter where an Indian bride lives or holds her wedding, at the end of the day her wedding will always be traditional and full of the colorful musical traditions that Indian culture is famous for. One such example was my friend’s wedding in Malaysia a few months back. With the beautiful North channel as the backdrop for her wedding mandap (a covered structure with pillars temporarily erected for the purpose of a Hindu weddings), she was every bit the true traditional Indian bride in a stunning jewel encrusted traditional ghaagra choli (traditional dress) and mehendi/henna filled hands. The henna pattern for her palms was custom designed just for her according to her taste, and the henna for the feet was improvised using the palms as inspiration & guide. The back of the hands had to be slightly rushed, so the design had more of an arabic and contemporary look.

Take a look at a few of the photos below!:)

 

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