Henna can be seen as temporary body art or temporary tattoos, which come in many forms, colours, and ingredients. Traditionally, it is applied on the hands and feet using a cone-like tube. But nowadays, people have found creative ways to place the art on other body parts such as the legs and arms.
In many South East Asian, Middle Eastern, and African countries, it is applied on the bride, female relatives and guests, and each design varies from one another. Henna uses cursive and floral designs and is usually designed and applied by professionals.
Here are some of our favourite henna designs that will inspire any bride looking to wear henna on her special day.