Truely Amazing. Your friendly manner and attention to detail is commendable.
Leena G., Kent
Love your work. Pure talent. You make a lot of people happy and more importantly you make them feel special. Thankyou.
Ravinder G., London
Hey. Just saw a picture of the candles you've made for me. They look amazing in the photos. Can't wait to see them on display.
Jaiti S., London
Priti is a wonderful henna artist and a wonderful person. Her mehndi designs are simply exquisite. Priti is very attentive to detail. The colour came out very dark. I received many compliments for my mehndi. She is so kind. I would highly recommend her mehndi for any occasions.
Neema S., London
Priti did my bridal mendhi in august 2012, she did all my guest's mendhi too, she came early and stayed longer than agreed to make sure all my guests got their mendhi done- she has a heart of gold; so generous; kind and honest. She really looked after me and I have recommended her to my family and friends.
Simranjeet S., London
Priti is the best teacher and the best heena atrtis I have ever met. Priti's teaching techniques are brilliant. You get so much more for the money. She is so talented and has an answer to any question you throw at her. The quality of her henna work is brilliant. Love every bit of it. Thank you for all your help.
Nirali A., London
Priti did my mehndi for my wedding in Oct 2013. She really paid attention to the 5 different designs I chose and managed to merge them into one beautiful, artistic bridal mehndi. On the day, she made me feel extremely comfortable. I am glad I had Priti do my mehndi.
Priya S., London
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Damki Bridal Services is passionate about the exquisite art of Mehndi. We will make sure you get a completely bespoke service for everything including your makeup, mehndi, nails, hair styling and dressing for your special day. We beam with quality and possess the expertise required to make your special day, one to remember!
HENNA FUN FACTS
The English name "henna" comes from the Arabic حِنَّاء.
Henna has been a trend for over 9,000 years; connected to ancient traditions, and referred to in many ancient texts, including the Bible and the Qur’an.
Henna is the leaves of a bush that grows wild in the Middle East, Africa and Asia; all of these areas have used henna as an adornment at some time in history.
Henna was first used as a skin conditioner before the Persians and Indians began to refine the use of henna in intricate designs.
Henna is sometimes used in religious ceremonies, but it rises above religion, belonging to none exclusively.
In Morocco, henna is believed to contain “Baraka” (blessedness); it is used to protect and bless the wearer at crucial times like marriage or childbirth.
Henna is used by many cultures to decorate the hands and feet of the bride; in some cultures the groom will also have his hands hennaed, but usually much less than the bride.
Henna is used to celebrate happy times and is usually not allowed during times of mourning.
Henna Fun Facts