It’s all about the bride and groom…in the mehndi
Have you brides been seeing a lot of these dulha/dulhan mehndi designs around lately? I have been obsessed with them and thus, I feel like I see them everywhere, even in my dreams. There are so many amazing renditions of the bride and groom in henna designs but the master of this style is the Indian mehndi artist Harin Dalal. I can’t get enough of his work. Contained in this collection are a few of his pieces as well as some others by friends and acquaintences of mine. Feast your eyes on these princes and princesses in all their glory!
A simple and spare overall design which highlights the lovely rendition of the bride and groom. Artist unknown.
The bride and groom together in a heart…so perfect. Artist unknown.
Hiral Henna, based in the San Francisco era, shows how much she learned from her tutor, Harin Dalal.
The images in Harin Dalal’s mehndi are so evocative; you feel like you are watching a Bollywood movie unfold on the skin.
I love the many aspects of the couples’ love portrayed in this Harin Dalal mehdni design.
Love this portrait of the bride and groom gazing lovingly into each others’ eyes by Asha Salva.
Harin Dalal creates a whole story in bride’s hands; it feels like an entire village is represented.
Even Harin Dalal’s animal portraits are exquisite.
I love the various portraits placed throughout this intricate mehndi work. Artist unknown.
I really love how Ruchi (of Ruchi Mehndi) put the couple in a heart split between the two hands.
Harin Dalal is clearly a master of this art; I love the way he frames his portraits so that they stand out from the rest of the design but still look natural.
Sumeyya of Henna Craze did an incredible job of drawing Jasmine and Alladin as the dulha and dulhan (as requested specifically by the bride). So cute but also so beautiful!
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