Planning your wedding is a journey including everything from venues to wedding manicures. Some of the smallest details might give you the best feeling and sneaking in some individuality never hurt anyone. Wedding manicures are more important than you might think; apart from your dress it’s your hands that will be getting the most attention. Did someone say wedding bling?
One of our favourite wedding manicures has to be the neutral trend with oval shaped nails. Not only is this easy to apply, but it’s subtle and classy. Choose a tone that will compliment your dress and skin tone. Some brides prefer going ‘all white’ with wedding manicures and others choose shades of brown or grey.
Of course you could go the other side of the spectrum by choosing bright coloured wedding manicures to add a pop of colour to your wedding attire.
Put a Ring on It
Other creative wedding manicures include the ring finger emphasis. This is where all nine fingers are painted in the same style with the ring finger displaying some nail art. Your ring finger could be a different colour or have some textured nail art drawing attention.
If you’re one for adding a touch of personality to tradition wedding manicures is the perfect way of showing your style. Add some variety to the traditional French manicure by accentuating it with nail art or choosing a different set of colours.
If all else runs smooth, why not add a little texture to those feelers? Choose a texture that’s featured in your wedding dress and dress those nails in the same material. Sounds strange? Have a look at these DIY lacy wedding manicures:
One of the latest trends this spring season is pastels. Incorporate this trend in your wedding attire by adding a pastel wedding manicure. These lovely subtle colours can be combined with a floral pattern or any other pattern that you find interesting.
The ombre trend is here to stay, but you don’t have to make use of its conventional ways. Wedding manicures also include this faded colour trend and could look really elegant on your wedding day.Anneke Steenkamp