Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands : 34 Top Trending Styles

Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

Arabic bridal mehndi designs for hands come in a zillion unique shapes, sizes and intricate styles. Though the detail and the the symmetry is exclusively Arabic, most Arabic mehndi designs these days are a fusion of Indian and Pakistan styles too. Here we have curated a balanced blend of utterly stunning traditional Arabic bridal mehndi designs for hands and modern iterations of the same with floral and other cultural accents that have made them the choice of brides in India and beyond too. If you are looking for some inspiration for your wedding, check out these 29 Latest Arabic bridal mehndi designs for hands:

1. Floral Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

Floral Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

In this design, you can see the way the flowers are cherished and well-sustained in every possible place on the hand. It enhances the beauty of the design.

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2. The Peacock King

Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands - The Peacock King

When you look at the hands, the first thing you notice is the peacock. It is placed so artistically within the heavy embellishments of its surrounding. Just like a king within his kingdom.

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3. The Bridal Wonder

The Bridal Wonder Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

Such filling new arabic henna designs are usually used to decorate the hands of brides. It is a complicated yet delicate design that stands out.

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4. Them Arab Bracelets

Arab Bracelets Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for hands

Built on a rhythm of floral composition, these henna bracelets look so wonderful that you would find yourself getting addicted to this pattern.

5. The Delicate Bride

The Delicate Bridal Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for hands

This is a light henna design. Such a design is sure to match your wedding dress, no matter what you’re wearing.

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6. The Love Of Floral And Keri Patterns

Floral And Keri Pattern Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

This pattern was born out of the love for flowers and keri patterns. They go together so well and complement each other aesthetically making it one of the unique picks from our list of Arabic bridal mehndi designs for hands.

7. The Grand Peacock Crown

The Grand Peacock Crown Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

Just like the name suggests, a peacock has been placed on the top of the hand and is decorated to look like an important and catchy part of the crown (the crown being the rest of the design).

8. Keri Armour

Keri Armour Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

The net like design made on the fingers and the forearm makes the whole thing look like a wonderful henna hand armour, which is specifically made for a princess.

 9. The Eye Of The Peacock Feather

The Eye Of The Peacock Feather Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for hands

This henna pattern resembles a magnified version of a peacock feather. Such magnificent details, right?

10. Vines vs. Flowers

Vines And Flowers Fusion Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

The way this design is patterned, it definitely looks like a floral war, where the vines and the flowers are battling to appear more often than in regular Arabic bridal mehndi designs for hands.

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11. A Blanket Of Flowers

Flowers And Mesh Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

This design envelops the back of your hand so well, that it almost looks like a blanket of flowers.

 12. Professionally Glamorous

The Professional Floral Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

Just look at the way the flowers, the circles and the net have been incorporated so beautifully. It reflects professionalism or the artist in creating Arabic bridal mehndi designs for hands.

13. Garden Of Flowers: Floral Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

The Garden Of Flowers Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

There are flowers here, flowers there, flowers are present everywhere. This is a design meant for nature lovers.

14. Traditional Look

A Traditional Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

This design has been taken from the deep roots of traditional Arabic design which is generally followed by the henna designers in the middle east.

15. Henna Chandelier

A Traditional Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

The way the design moves up the hand from the fingers resembles the chandelier pattern.

16. The Full Arm Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

The Full Arm Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

Such filling and long designs are usually asked for the bride’s hands. These designs usually have a touch of Mughal henna patterns in it too!

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17. Pakistani Arab Fusion

Pakistani Arabic Fusion - Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

This is a design inspired by the Pakistani-Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands and the designer has added a touch of oriental feel to it.

18. Fun With Colours

Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands With White Markings

The newest edition to the henna designs is the introduction of colours. Usually henna is coloured red, brown or black, but with the inclusion of colours, you can now apply a highlight of white and pastel colours like blue, pink, green, and so on. It’s popular among teens.

19. Half Empty, Half Full

Half And Half Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

The designer has managed to design the entire forearm, all the way to the elbow, without making it look highly filling. Such a design can complement any occasion.

20. Indo-Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

Indo Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

This is a perfect example of how a mix of Indian henna designs with Arabic designs would look like. The way the design is extremely filling around the wrist (Indian design), but equally lighter at the palm and the fingers (Arabic design), is pleasing to the eyes too.

21. Pointed Finger Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

Pointed Finger Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

This pattern doesn’t just stick to floral, vines, nets or peacock feathers. It’s all of them incorporated together as one piece. Don’t they complement each other perfectly?

22. Peacock Mates

Peacock Mates Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

This design is filled with plenty of peacocks, right from the forearm, all the way till the fingers.

23. Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

This is a heavy Arabic design specifically done on the arms and hands of the bride for her wedding.

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24. King & Queen’s Crown Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

King & Queen's Crown Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

Look at it this way, there’s a crown on either sides of the flower. Isn’t that elegant?

25. Symmetric Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

Symmetric Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs For Hands

The perfection put in the geometric pattern makes it all perfectly symmetrical.

26. Leafy Delight

Leaf Motif Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

Arabic designs mainly comprise of leaves and this design truly describes how beautiful a design comprising of leaves looks.

27. Hearty Flowers

Hearts And Spades Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

Sometimes, unique patterns like hearts can be spotted in Arabic designs. These henna designers know their way around every shape and pattern.

28. Arabic Meets Indian

Symmetric Indo Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

This design is a marriage of Arabic design with the Indian design. Combining two designs together can end up in a masterpiece like this one.

29. Unruly Vines

Unruly Vines Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design for Hands

Just like the unruly grape vines which don’t follow a single direction of growth and are found all over the place, the designer of this design has somehow used that idea to create a swirling–twirling beauty as such.

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Arabic Floral Mehndi Design

Floral designs have their very own charm- be it their close-to-nature patterns or the simple allure of a blooming flower illustration. There is definitely no dearth of floral mehndi patterns, when it comes to Arabic mehndi designs and following are some of the best ones you can use to adorn your hands.

30. Arabic Style Floral Branch

Flower Motif Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design

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It is a simple Arabic style mehndi pattern, which shows a string of flowers emerging from a branch that appears to flow from the hand to the tip of the index finger.

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Floral Mehndi designs are one of the most common patterns used in Arabic Bridal Mehndi Designs.These floral designs can be made intricately and many more details can be added to the design. The complexity of the design comes from the art of detailing. So if you are planning to get flower motifs done on your hand, look for an experienced artisan who has great ideas on how differently the designing can be done. These designs can be applied from the forearm to one of the fingers, passing through the palm beautifully. This not only makes the entire mehndi drawing elegant, but leaves it less messy and crowded, highlighting the flower motif with great clarity.

But yes, that’s up-to you how you would want to get it done. There are many designs that cover up the palm so do check them out as well.

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31. Ornate Flower And Florets Design

Floral Swirls Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design

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You can see a number of bridal mehndi designs that are inspired by the Arabic pattern. Arabic designs consists of floral swirls, spirals and curvaceous designing patterns. These designs have broader and thicker lines, and have a definite gap between the spaces. These spaces make the designs look neater and makes the design stand out. Arabic Designs include a lot of finger detailing, rather than just filling them up with henna. The patterns have minimal work, yet they look extremely classy. The best thing about these designs is its simplicity. Though being so simple, these designs look a class apart. And I am sure they will definitely be a great choice for your bridal mehndi.

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33. Arabic Style Single Floral Vine

Chain Design Arabic Bridal Mehndi

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Mehndi Designing is an age old tradition. Women have used this art for body adornment and have used it as an alternate form of jewellery. With such beautiful and intricate designs, Mehndi designing has always been every woman’s favourite. This is a hand chain bridal arabic mehndi design. It is inspired from the arabic chain design, where you have beautiful and intricate chain designs usually on the back of the hand which further beautifies the complete design. These designs extend till the fingers and look extremely elegant.

34. Flower Bracelet Style Pattern

Floral Arabic Bridal Mehndi Design

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In the Arabic bridal mehndi designs, or any mehndi design artfully done for that matter, the palm becomes the canvas onto which the layout is projected. This leaves a great deal of room for good imagination in the execution of designs. For example, there can be an entire flower motif design that is drawn in segments on each fingers, that come together to complete it like a jigsaw puzzle. This gives the overall sketch a much more creative dimension to it, making it look like a part of a greater and grander design!

The Arabic mehndi designs for the feet can be just as amazing in terms of the innovation, as shown by the other designs. The corsage-like patterns can be drawn for the feet as well, with modest adornment in mehndi to encase the toe-nails, and to complete a cohesive Arabic bridal mehndi design for the feet.

We hope you enjoyed this collection of Arabic bridal mehndi designs for hands as much as we liked putting it together. Be sure to let us know your favourite mehndi designs for hands in the comments section below.

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