How Urbanclap Made My Mehendi Brighter : Artist At Work & Behind The Lens

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My mother exclaimed,

“The darker the color of the Mehendi, the better it is for the couple and oh, we have to hide the grooms name in the design too. We need a perfect Mehendi artist, someone with the perfect blend of exemplary designs and quality henna. But wait, who has the time to check out multiple Mehendi artists and that too two weeks before the wedding? Thank god for UrbanClap and its wide range of professionals. One click and we were done with the booking!”

Photograph Courtesy: Vivek Batra

With all the glitters and jitters of the wedding, what does the Indian bride wish for? The Perfect wedding outfit, dazzling makeup and a designer Mehendi (and a loving groom of course). Nowadays the Mehendi function has become as crucial as any other function of the wedding. And weddings have become a grand affair for every family.

Mehendi Artist: Manu
Mehendi Artist: Manu

See how our valuable customer Komal Mathur shares with us her experience with the UrbanClap professionals.

“The Mehendi artist we booked was a perfectionist. He had an eye for detail and offered us a beautiful range of designs. In a time span of 2 hours, the artist and his group were able to cover more than 30 people easily.”

says Komal

Khushboo with her group
The Dancing Bride

Having an impeccable wedding is the dream of every bride. Khushboo, an UrbanClap customer, wanted her wedding to be pervaded with colors, music and finger licking food.  So she had her planner Pritie Jain plan different elements like a photo booth, a selfie corner, a beautiful swing for the couple and dhol.

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Selfie corner in the wedding
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Smiles all over

Khushboo was happy to share her wedding pictures with all of us. After all the hard work that we put in beautifying a wedding, we all expect it to be captured! For capturing the perfect moments of her wedding Khushboo booked one of the finest wedding photographer. She says…

“It was a fun, colorful, musical function for foodies. I am a Marwari, but weddings somehow get more life when done the Punjabi way. My husband’s Delhi upbringing made the vibe even more infectious and hence the Punjabi theme. It was not just great to enjoy all these elements to the fullest, but even better to get them captured the right way.”

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