HENNA NIGHTS THAT HAS GIVEN WAY TO BACHELORETTE PARTIES IN RECENT YEARS ARE BACK AGAIN…
Henna night is the last step before the wedding. In other words, it is the farewell of the bride to her family home. Since nostalgia has become popular, our forgotten traditions have begun to enter our lives again. During a henna night, which is the most special night for the bride before the wedding, many rituals such as applying henna, making the bride cry, leaving home accompanied by drums and zurna, wearing bindallı are realized all together. New trends have become involved in henna nights in recent years. We have gathered these new trends for the brides-to-be.
Young women have begun to have their henna nights at historical Turkish baths recently. Some hotels offer bridal bath concepts to new brides-to-be where they will feel like sultans. For those who are looking for romantic ambiences, there are special organizations decorated with soft colors, candles, and tulles.
The selection of the bindallı that will be worn by the bride-to-be on the henna night is important. Purchasing the accessories in accordance with the selected bindallı would be most appropriate. Although, bindallıs are usually blue, red, green or navy blue, this special dress has begun to be produced in many other colors such as fuchsia, purple, white, blue, and lilac recently. You should choose the color that suits your tan color.
After selecting a bindallı, a crown or a fez, a veil and matching gloves, a hand rose, and a pair of shoes that match the color of the bindallı should be selected. If a bindallı that requires the use of a belt is chosen, the belt should match the color of the embroidery of the bindallı, either silver or gold colored.
Our recommendation for those who would like to steer away from the traditional Turkish henna night is the Indian night concept. If you would like to organize a night within this concept, you should know that the saris that reflect the Indian concept the most are sold in our country. By selecting a sari that suits your body type and tan color the most and learning a few Indian dance figures, you can make your henna night very different.
If you would like to celebrate your henna night in its most traditional style, keep all the necessities handy: a veil and gloves, henna crown, hand rose, candles, henna tray, henna and nuts basket, henna bags to hand out, and roasted nuts.
Brides-to-be should not forget about entertaining touches that would contribute to their fun on that night where they have great fun with their gals, for instance, photo frames, Shakira belts, crowns and veils for guests, handkerchief for the leading halay dancer. Those will present a much more entertaining night for your guests.