Muslim weddings span a large geographical area ranging from the Indian subcontinent to the Middle East, Africa, the Far East, North America and Europe. Each community has its own traditions and customs. Muslim weddings are celebrated on a grand scale and the wedding is divided into several sections that begin with commitment, to the Henna / Mehendi ceremony, the main day comprising the Nikah and Walima.
Muslim Bridal Mehndi Designs For Full Hands 2017
Mehendi’s henna ceremony, or the Rasm-e-henna ceremony, typically occurs a day or two before the main wedding day. The event is traditionally held separately for the bride and groom. Historically, small incisions were cut into the palms of the bride and groom so they could join in blood.
As time progressed, it was replaced by henna (also written as henna), now one day the henna is placed symbolically in the hands of the couple. Friends and family of the groom bring candy and henna for the bride, and the bride’s family does the same for the groom.
The mother of the bridegroom would place a teaspoonful of henna on the bride’s palm and cover it with a triangular cloth made of fine shiny cloth. The mother of the bride would place the henna on the boyfriend’s pinky finger and also cover it with the cloth.
Here in this article I am going to write about some beautiful henna designs for Nikah and Walima, so leave the first start with very popular arabic henna design. Arabich traditional henna is more abstract and less dense with designs featuring graceful floral and vine patterns. These are much less complex than the traditional Indian designs of Marwari and Rajasthani. The design beautifully gives the hands a filling effect without having too many intricate details and designs.
Non-traditional design tends to be a mixture of Arabic design, as well as Marwari one and contains image symbols (as in astrological, mythical, spiral, etc.), these designs are usually simple but tend to present geometric shapes and designs with abstract symbols Hidden among the entangled patterns, intertwined would be the initials of the bride and groom.