For all those who don’t know what mehendi ceremony is all about, let me tell you in brief. In Indian/hindu weddings a lot of emphasis is given on customs and rituals. Mehendi ceremony is one of those. Mehendi is performed as a ritual and henna tattoo or mehendi is applied on the hands and legs of bride and all other female relatives too which is followed by dance and dinner thereafter. People believe that the darker the color of bride’s mehendi, the more her husband will love her.
It’s is usually performed prior to the night of wedding and is celebrated with great pomp and show.
Let’s talk about Ritcha’s Mehendi Ceremony, an event which was not that huge and celebrated with family members, few friends and relatives like almost a gathering of 100-120 people (now thats not huge as for wedding, we had a gathering of almost 1000 ;)).
The most enjoyable part of such a post is pics 😉 So lets enjoy them –
|With papa 🙂|
|Mehendiwallas doing hennas – the process going on 🙂|
|with papa n my sonny boy 🙂|
|with mum n papa 🙂|
|me n sissy 🙂|
|WE 3 SISTERS 🙂|
And all the credit for this adorable and admiring photography goes to my dear friend Harvarinder Singh. I really admire his passion and love for photography and “excellent” is the word which defines him. You can check his amazing work here – Harvarinder Singh Photography.
Watta picture full post!! Enjoyed?
Be ready for some more fun. Two more such posts lined up 🙂
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