Trending Decor Ideas for your Mehendi!!

Mehendi is one of the most important pre-wedding function for a bride-to-be. Getting ‘mehndi’ done on your feet and hands and everyone else around to pamper you is sure not the day to be ignored.

A day with ultimate fun and masti with your ‘team bride’, your girl gang super excited to apply beautiful ‘mehndi’ on their hands and all your guests dancing their heart out on DJ and Dhol for a ‘shadi wala ghar’ feel. This day has to be perfect and memorable for the bride and all guests. And to make it more fun and picture-perfect celebration, you definitely need out of the box ideas for décor.


For all those lovely brides out there, who’re looking for something creative and that adds a captivating charm at your mehndi function. We have come up with some pretty cool ideas that will become the highlight of your ceremony.

Say it through ‘Sign Boards & Chalk Boards’

Perfect for a quirky backdrop!

Earlier a trend and now a must-have, sign boards are sure to add a fun element to your mehndi function. Place it at the entrance for your guests to set their eyes on, or a cool caricature on board to leave everyone in amusement or how about the one to help your guests with the directions.

Place it the way you like!!


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Dazzling Drapes

Colorful Drapes are perfect for exotic and festive flair in your mehendi ceremony!

Add warmth to your venue and welcoming for your guests with vibrant drapes be it single or multicolored. Cool drapes in bold colors such as red, yellow, pink for traditional set-up or you can go for neon shades that will give your venue a perfect funky look. Also arrange for some comfortable seating for your guests topped up with colorful cushions to go with your drapes.

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Get Clicked at ‘Photobooth’

Get crazy and fun clicks here!

Photobooths have become a must- have for Indian weddings these days which add a lively touch to the ceremony. Come up with cool tags like- ‘bride tribe’; ‘dulhania’; ’ladkiwale’ etc. and get yourself clicked with your fiancé, friends and family with these tags. You can also hang photo frames in different shapes be it sunglasses, Instagram inspired or wedding date engraved and whatever your creative minds come up with. You can also decorate bicycle, scooter or maybe even a rickshaw for a trendy setup.

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‘Genda Phool’ for Traditional Touch

Add a traditional touch with ‘Genda Phool’!

Indian wedding functions are incomplete without decoration with traditional flowers like marigold, gerberas and jasmine and it will make the place look colorful and ethnic. Go for strings of flowers or marigold curtains or simply as a hanging with windows and doors. These flowers are easily available and cheaper than other flowers and are perfect for bright yellowish orange effect.

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Lighten Up with ‘Lantern & Fairy lights’

Perfect for magical effect at night!

If you are planning for an evening function, then lanterns and fairy lights must be there on your list for grace and mystical effect to your ceremony. Just hang lanterns or lights from trees if it is an outdoor setup for everything to look lightened up.


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Clinks with ‘Bangles and Kalire’

Yes, you heard it right…this time Bangles and Kalire for decoration!

Bangles and Kalire are considered auspicious for a bride-to-be and the significance is to provide good wishes to the bride, happiness for the newlyweds and eternal love between the couple. Kalire and bangles will make your venue look immensely beautiful and colorful. You can use them as hangings teamed up with flowers for perfect festive feel. And you can also use them as a mehndi gift for your gal-pals.


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Girls Like to ‘Swing’

No, we are not talking about the track from Dil Dhadakne Do!

How about a special seat for the lovely bride?

Well, for that set up a ‘swing’ or ‘jhoola’ adorned with flowers for a royal feel and of course perfect for shutterbug moment. You can also set up multiple ‘jhoolas’ to keep your guests busy swinging.


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Hope these happening décor ideas add a charm to your Mehendi!



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