Okay. It was a vow renewal service, not a wedding. Still! Look at this!
This past summer, I had the privilege of doing "white henna" for the lovely Tierra and her vow renewal service in Huntsville. Strictly speaking, there's no such thing as white henna. True henna is made from the henna plant and stains the skin reddish brown.
However, a couple of years ago, someone on social media posted photos of their "practice henna" done with body lotion. The white look became a hit, and the market responded with a variety of white henna options. I use the Henna Glam product from Henna Caravan (great company, BTW). It's a cosmetic-grade paint that sits on top of the skin. It's fairly durable and can last 1-5 days but is also removable. (You can't "stain" anything white. You can only bleach something to make it white, and bleaching skin is horrible.)
And as you can see ... it looks SPECTACULAR on deep-toned skin! I also did white henna for the guests at Tierra's reception. Just take a look at this beautiful woman. Wowza!