San Antonio Indian Wedding Photography
7 Nov ’12

Sheetal & Justin | Mehndi


Highlights from Sheetal and Justin’s mehndi ceremony held in San Antonio, Texas.

The mehndi ceremony is a fun-filled celebration with dancing and singing. It is one of many Hindu wedding rituals, typically held the night before the wedding to allow the rich colors of the mendhi, or henna, as it is often called, to develop. Mendhi is applied to the bride’s hands and feet in very intricate and beautiful designs.

Makeup by Leena Bajaj (Singar Studio)
Decor by Dhoom Decorations
Videography by 1 Cinema Productions
Catering by Curry in a Hurry
Indian Wedding Photography by Rahul Rana Photography

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Abeer 10:16 November 8, 2012 Reply
Good job Rahul.. NIce i love it how bright and colorful everything is.. :-D
Ira R 07:15 November 8, 2012 Reply
Great pictures. Can't wait to see all of them. Thanks.

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