A work of art or a ceremony to celebrate the adornments of the bride, this tradition epitomises love and fertility.

  • Gifts ideas for your guests!
  • Ideas for a simple, yet fun mehendi!
  • Make your mehendi a colourful affair!

Indian weddings are all about celebrating together with family and friends. We absolutely adore the tradition of how everybody takes time off their busy schedules to actively participate in the wedding ceremony and how the guests are, in turn, pampered by the hosts. Giving gifts to the guests as a token of love is slowly becoming a trend, especially during the bride’s mehendi ceremony.

It’s time to push the envelope and come up with cute little gifts for your guests. So in case you’re looking for gift ideas, look no further!

Haath Phool

Haath phools are delicate accessories and your friends would love to adorn them!

Fabric Kadas

Traditional kadas with a pretty twist, these can also be paired with ghungroos for a more traditional look!

Embroidered clutches

A traditional clutch with a chic twist that your friends will absolutely adore! You can also customize it by filling it up with gota jewellery or handmade chocolates.

Laughter, giggles, singing and dancing amidst a tastefully done up décor is what augments the ceremonious and festive vibe at any mehendi function. Years later, brides remember their mehendi ceremony as one which was full of drama and adorably cute at the same time!

Here are a few tips on how you can further amp up the fun quotient and help your guests make amazing memories at your mehendi!

Coloured frames

Pop coloured frames are quite a rage! They look great as décor and your guests would love to get pictures clicked with them!

Add an element of kitsch

Add a tanga, a rickshaw or an auto in the décor and make it the highlight of your event! Decorate it with traditional genda phool in yellow and orange and gift an experience to your guests!

Choose the perfect playlist

Nothing makes a mehendi ceremony more fun than excited guests dancing in gay abandon!. Hire a professional DJ or get one of your friends with an amazing playlist of Bollywood numbers to act as one, and let your guests hit the dance floor!

With all the new trends coming up, brides all over the country have started experimenting with different colours to pump up the mehendi masti! So, don’t mellow in yellow - there is an abundance of colours to choose from!


Green paired with floral or gold jewellery looks wonderfully royal and is one of the most favoured colours these days.

Pink and Purple

One cannot run out of options when it comes to choosing a dress in pink. While you’re at it, add a dash of glamour by pairing it with various hues of purple! Purple is associated with royalty and can be opted for a minimalistic yet regal look.

Pastel Blue

Pastel blue is a very breezy colour with summery quirk to it. Choose an outfit in this colour and pair it with other pastel colours for a sophisticated look!