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15+ Vibrant Jhoola (Swing) Decor Ideas to Beautify your Mehndi Ceremony

Surbhi Gupta, 24 Apr 2018

The bride-to-be definitely needs a special seating for herself on her mehndi. Those long hours of putting henna will call for a comfortable spot and a private place of solace. Also, it will ensure picture perfect shots that every bride strives for on her mehndi.

Jhoolas (swings) have always brought the quintessential cutesy element of a mehendi forward but adding just the right new age panache does the trick to make your mehndi ceremony one hell of a celebration (with the right elements).

Check out these absolutely pretty jhoolas (swings) for mehndi from the archives of our favorite decorators & pin the ones you like!

Mehendi decor from the Big Misu Wedding
Decor by Altair, Mumbai

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Vibrant mehendi decor
Shot by ShutterDown, Gurgaon
Drapes and dream catchers mehndi decor
Shot by CoolBluez photography, Delhi
Mehndi decor with origami and huge flower animals
Shot by ShutterDown, Gurgaon

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Mehndi decor with flamingoes and disco balls
Shot by MORVI IMAGES, Delhi
Swing tied with a tree for mehndi setup
Decor by The Wedding Designers, Mumbai
Cascading flower strings foor mehndi decor
Source Anoopphotog
Botanical mehndi setup
Planned by Elite Wedding Planner, Mumbai
Hill side mehndi setup with marigols
Source Tanvipuri Designs

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Mehndi swing decorated with flowers and tassles
Source The Event Concierge India

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Source Eventalya
Wreath seating for mehndi
Source Merakieventstylist
Bride sitting on a wreath for her mehndi
Source Safarnama Films
DIY mehndi decor
Decor by Mor Punk, Delhi

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Aren't these fancy swings giving you major inspiration? Comment below, if you are surely going to have one at your mehendi.