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Bridal Henna

Posted by on July 24, 2013

It seems that the Universe is reminding me that I need to get my Bridal Henna Services “out there” as I have just taken two bookings in one day for weddings in the Hunter Valley in November 2013.

My fee for providing Bridal Henna is the same rate as my other henna services: $70 per hour, generally with a minimum of two hours (especially when travel to the Hunter Valley is required). In some cases where travel is required, such as to The Hunter Valley, a travel fee may be incurred. I aim to keep this as reasonable (and low!) as possible, as I understand and appreciate that getting married can be expensive!

When working with the bride-to-be, I usually request that images of designs that appeal to them be sent to me to assist me to estimate the overall cost of the henna. I generally like to over quote, and if it’s quicker than I think on the night, we just adjust the cost accordingly.  I usually ensure that I keep the rest of the day/night free after the scheduled booking, as in my experience, having henna done is contagious! Once one person has it done, others are drawn in to the wonder and beauty of the ritual, and before I know it, all the ladies (and girls) want one!

So whilst my availability for November is quickly diminishing, I have times available in the months either side.

So if you are about to be married in the coming year, and would like to have some Bridal Henna done, please call me. I am more than happy to consider travelling outside of my usual areas of operation, and to work closely with you to ensure that your pre-wedding henna experience is as delightful as I am sure your wedding will be.

For examples of my henna work, please see the gallery. Note, however, that the henna featured there has been left on the skin for varying amounts of time, and the shots taken at various stages after removal of the henna paste. In fact, different brands of henna have been used also. So there’s a few issues for consideration regarding the final “product”. I am of course more than happy to discuss this with you at a time convenient to you. My contact details can be found on the  “contact me” tab.

I hope to here from you soon…and congratulations on your coming wedding!

Kim

D.I.Y. henna over a lovely dinner with friends :)

Henna Tattooing (on my sweet self!)

One Response to Bridal Henna

  1. Angie Galvin

    Hi

    I’m getting married in terrigal on September 6th and I was wondering how much you would charge for henna on the feet ? We are doing a multi cultural wedding as my fiancé is from Punjab, India; but I’m wearing a beautiful ivory gown so having henna on my hands/arms won’t be appealing.

    I’m assuming it would be the night before if you are using natural henna?

    Then also thinking it would be fun to offer mini henna artworks for guests at the reception while we are getting our bridal party photos taken… So using the henna that dries almost instantly and doesn’t need to be removed (the black henna I think). If we were to offer this how much would it be for say an hour-hour and a half? I don’t think everyone will want it and it would only be very easy and small artworks on hands etc.

    Look forward to hearing from you

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