Summer Bridal Mehndi Design Ideas in Michigan

Bridal Mehndi Henna design in Michigan

Bridal Henna in Michigan

The bride had a wonderful professional experience with 100% Natural Organic Henna using Kelly & Bridget’s own recipe to ensure the deepest and darkest stain possible

No henna design in michigan is too complex or too small!

Mehndi is often associated with rights of passage – marriage, pregnancy, childbirth, and many more. Women and girls would typically decorate their hands and feet for these special occasions. These henna designs can be meaningful, making it a perfect addition to any celebration.

This bride was a traditional Mehndi bridal design because she wanted peacock henna on her palms. In details of her symmetrical bridal design, include negative henna with paisley.

The celebration was lovely in Bloomfield, Michigan with many attendants having a wonderful experience with their henna designs on all the woman at the Mehndi day event. We used simple henna designs for the guests helping the groups run quickly.

This bride had a nice experience and memorable bridal henna for her special day.

Detroit Mural Artist

Detroit Mural Artist 

So excited I can finally reveal the mural for Whimsical Wit  on Hilton rd. in Ferndale that I painted this month! When Tricia the owner asked me the design a floral mural with this beautiful color scheme of pinks & greens & yellows I lept at it. I immediatly envisioned large peonies with vining eucalyptus leaves to be painted on the front of her shop and the rest just fell into place.

Just over a year ago the building was empty with a brick facade and a blank slate inside when Tricia got the shop. Every bit of this endevor has her hand (and sweat) in it. The space she created from nothing is nothing short of inspiring.

Tricia gave the space new life with filling the shop with the most lovely curation of gifts, home decor, jewelry, and apparel. It’s a dream place for anyone to shop that needs the perfect gift for someone (or themselves!) The mural we did just put the space over the top. 

We did the official reveal at the Ladies Night Event held at the shop with massages, henna, tarot reading, dessert, and gifts. I got to meet so many great people and even a few ladies that follow my art but haven’t gotten see in person came for the event. Thanks to everyone who came out – the night was such a success! 

Next time you’re out near Detroit, stop by Ferndale check out the mural, say HI to Tricia, and marvel at the wonders of Whimsical Wit ! If you want to discuss creating a beautiful mural of your own contact me here

Pregnancy Henna Designs

We have had a wonderfully busy summer of henna here in Michigan. Very thankful to have met so many lovely people this summer already. We added a new member to our henna team – more on that later! 

Here are a few photos of our most recent pregnancy henna designs. One party had two mamas-to-be at it. They had a spa theme and the moms had their feet massaged while I was doing their henna belly designs – it was so sweet. Here are their designs they had done, similar henna mandala designs which I think look great on pregnancy bellies, plus it lends itself well to a round surface. 

See more of our pregnancy henna designs here

Information on booking your own henna party or pregnancy henna design email us here


Most Popular Henna tattoos this year – Henna Artist Michigan


Hope you’re all having a WONDERFUL beginning to 2019. Spring is fast approaching and our henna calendar is filling up quickly! We have so many events coming up – some very exciting ones that I’ll tell you about in a bit and some I can’t mention yet (secret!) But I wanted to share our most popular henna designs this year so far . 

Tribal & Geometric Henna Tattoos

Tribal and geometric henna tattoos are really popular this Spring like the one we did here for the hand . This was at our henna studio in Ypsilanti, Michigan

Cute Floral Henna Tattoos

I mean – like the Little Black Dress, cute floral henna tattoos on the hand will always be on trend! Our favorites to do because we LOVE floral henna designs . 


Wrist Henna Tattoos

A popular place to put a henna tattoo is the wrist or forearm – more area so you can get a larger henna design plus the ability to keep it hidden if you need to for school or work. We LOVE wrist henna tattoos


View All Our Henna Designs

Tips for Going to Electric Forest Festivals

Electric Forest

in Rothbury, Michigan

Electric Forest is one of the world’s largest music festivals. Every year Electric Forest plays host to dozens of EDM and live music and over 40,000+ attendees. This year Electric Forest 2019 is totally sold out and I understand why. It is a truly remarkable event that is one of a kind. The vibe at Electric Forest is unlike any other music festival most people have ever attended. We are the henna artist booth for EF and when we speak with our guests, they all say the same thing in regards to the festival: “this is incredible! I love it here.” The energy that is captured for 4 days in the Forest truly is magical – everyone is just kind and very accepting of everyone. I look forward to the new people I meet and stay friends with every year. For those of you going to Electric Forest this year – I wanted to write a few tips of what to pack for a festival and what to expect at a large festival – specifically Electric Forest tips for packing and what to expect.



Electric Forest is very open concept – and for the majority of attendees, they will be making their home in the campground of Electric Forest. I’m not going to list camping supplies because I’m no camping expert, trust me. But here are items that were defiantly needed- You will want to bring a very reliable, big waterproof tent large enough to sleep you and your crew. BE SURE TO BRING WEIGHTS for any tent – especially pop up shade tents like EZ UPs  – I love these because they come in so many colors. Yes, the ground is there to stake into, but don’t rely on that. Especially because its a hard, sandy ground and stakes really don’t do much good if the wind kicks up. One year on a Sunday, the rain came and winds took everyone’s pop up tent with it. We saw hundred of crinkled tent frames in the garbages.. bring weights. 


Bugs have never been an issue – I think they put a protectant out because I swear I never saw one mosquito – but the june bugs come out for about 15 minutes every night at sunset, then go away not bothering anyone. 


 It does get chilly at night even in the summer in Michigan. Be sure to bring functional layers- light hoodies, jackets with pockets, sweatpants & socks. Bring a few light blankets so you can layer at night and not be too hot by morning. Bring a sturdy hammock for the trees – that’s an experience you don’t want to miss!


Obviously bring sunscreen,  nice stainless steel bottles for water,  chairs to sit on at camp,  some cash not just cards, lots of easy foods & snacks that don’t require a fridge. DO NOT bring glass bottles for anything – to keep everyone walking in bare feet safe they don’t allow glass bottles which makes sense. These BABY WIPES are so clutch – I can’t stress that enough. Bring more than you think you’ll need – because you’ll need them for everything – your face, your arms, your FEET, to feel clean periodically through the day. Trust me – you can’t have too many. 


Bring a few bandanas to cover your face. More than one is good because you can wash one out and hang dry and wear the other.  Sometimes if its been very dry the weeks leading up to EF, there will be lots of dust and a bandana around your face will help keep it from bothering you while you walk around. EVERYONE wears them, so really, it’s more regular to be wearing a bandana than to be wearing a shirt… 



Cellphone service is crappy there – which I think is part of the beauty! People aren’t glued on media devices – they’re there, in the moment. That being said, lots of groups bring a totem – a big, light up something on a looong stick or pole so in the crowds, you can spot your crew and make your way to the meetup. Think signs with slogans, alien heads, giant glowing broccoli creations – you get the idea. It’s really good to have if you’re with more than just one person. 


Costuming and dressing up is so natural at Electric Forest- the bigger the better. One sure way to make friends is to dress up. I have seen everything from 60 year olds in tutus to giant bee costumes to girls wearing just body paint and pants. It’s wonderful to see everyone’s creativity. 


The main row of crafting & shopping is in the Campground as well. There you will find beautiful handcrafted necklaces, clothing, enamel pins and our henna tattoo booth. We will be there with three henna artists at our tent this year.  


The best food vendors are in the Campground – there’s a large variety and the prices are about what you would expect at a festival. Expect to get fed for about $10-$12 a person on average depending on what food you decide on. 


Medics & police are sparse, but are there if you need anything – they hire the most chill  & understanding officials I think, so that’s always a plus. They know people are there to have a fun and enjoyable time and aren’t going to rain on that. I needed Tylenol one of the first nights – after doing henna all day my head started to hurt a bit. I was already deep in the Forest so I didn’t want to leave and go all the way back to the booth at the campsite that has essentials for sale. I went to the medic booth and saw a fella on a little cot just needing to chill a bit and two friendly medics behind a little table. I said what I needed, filled out a slip of paper, they asked if I had been drinking (being 4 months pregnant at the time, my answer was NO, hah) and they gave me what I needed and sent me on my way. Friendly, knowledgable, and helpful – what more could you ask for? 



Anytime there’s an influx of 40,000+ people into an area, there’s going to be some traffic. Be prepared for traffic arriving and leaving. There’s no getting around that- BUT the fun can even start there – I have seen people meeting and greeting each other while they are bumper to bumper. It doesn’t last too long and once you’re there, you’re there. You can leave your car and be without all that for 4 days *sigh* which is great. I haven’t left and came back, so I don’t know anything about that. I do know that you’re about 20-30 minutes away from any large store or chain so if you forgot something, best to stop at the largest store you find about 30 mins out from your destination – chances are you’ll see about 100 other people doing the same thing when you’re on your way there. 



Familiarize yourself with the map of Electric Forest so you and your group know some key areas to meet at and have a general idea of where you’ll be headed.


Don’t be dumb with things – don’t drink before you get there and drive that way. With any large event, there are police on the expressway in a radius around looking for people being irresponsible. Don’t do other things on the drive there – just arrive sober and let the fun begin after you’ve set up your tent. 


I think some of the best and most fun moments are ones you don’t plan- just let yourself be free and enjoy your time. Electric Forest is a magical experience and a place you can make life long connections. The FAQ section of Electric Forest’s website has more in depth info. I hope you found these Electric Forest tips helpful for packing and if you think of any I can add, email me or leave a comment . Have fun and I’ll see you in the Forest! 

All images sourced online from various articles and resources.