Chic Spring Nail Polishes To Match Your Wedding Decor
Pairing your wedding day manicure with your dress, flowers and decor just got a whole lot easier!
As every girl can attest, a new manicure is refreshing, relaxing and completely exciting... but a fresh manicure to match your wedding day colors? There are no words. In an attempt to capture the power of a colorful mani for your wedding day, we’ve put our favorite shades with your favorite bouquets, dresses and décor elements.
Pink: Whether a soft nude shade or light bubblegum pink, the Colin Cowie Weddings team loves this color for achieving a timeless look. Consider this hue if you're holding a fluffy bouquet of pink peonies or roses.
Blue: As a calming shade, a soft blue manicure will minimize stress and amp up the color value on your wedding day. Light blue is gorgeous for a summer wedding at the beach! Be bold and try a darker shade for a fall or winter wedding.
Lavender: Ideal for spring, a lavender shade is gorgeous when done right! Go for a light shade instead of deep purples that can often read as black. Consider pairing a lavender manicure with a puple bridal bouquet of phalaenopsis orchids.
Mint: A light, subtle green with a hint of shimmer is so fabulous for the bride who wants to get on board with the mint wedding trend. Complete your manicure with a chic silver design and ask your bridesmaids to do the same.
Gold: A soft, matte gold with gorgeous texture and subtle shimmer is definitely a favorite. Picture it with a 1920's inspired dress, gold sequin shoes or a light pink bouquet.
White: There's nothing that reads modern quite like a crisp, fresh manicure. We prefer a polish that's completely opaque, a look that's ideal for the bride who wants a bold, fashion-forward mani.
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