The look of wedding nails should be thoughtfully chosen to match the bride's overall styling and wedding style. Different nails should be worn by the bride at a boho style wedding, and others at a glamour wedding. In addition to this, it is worth considering the color of the dress and whether the woman has a regular manicure on a daily basis.
The first and most important rule is that the nails should be styled as the bride wishes. First and foremost, it is for her to please, it is for her to shine. However, if you are one of them and don't know what to do on your nails, think about what you like and what you like.
Start with a base color, will it be white and its hues, or however pink, or maybe a completely different color? The latter option will be suitable if you have a theme color of the wedding and reception (such as red) and many accessories are in this color.
Then the celebration gets coherent, and you can even save money, because you don't have to tell the beautician that this manicure is a wedding manicure (let's not be charmed, we pay more for the word "wedding" alone).
If you've already got your nail theme color established, it's time for accessories and embellishments. You can choose from glitter, sequins, stick-on accessories (such as flowers and pearls), painted designs (practically anything that can be created with a brush) and stick-on designs, a simpler version of these.
You can also choose ready-made techniques, e.g. baby boomer, french, french ombre, ombre, and combine two of them on your nails. Remember, however, that your hands will be decorated not only by the wedding manicure, but also by the engagement ring and wedding ring. If the bling is ornate, let the manicure be more modest.