We’re not in Poland anymore || The wows and hows of an Ashkenazi girl’s henna
My fiance almost fell over backward when his Moroccan family said they wanted to throw me a henna party. We agreed on one condition: Keep it low key.
When my husband and I first broached the topic of holding a henna (pronounced “hina”) party before our wedding in Israel last month, I honestly didn’t know what it was.
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