When it come to your wedding day there are many important details to hash out; from your dress to food to bridesmaids and music, you are going to be making a lot of decisions. One of the decisions you have to think about is your nail color for the special day. Your hands are going to be the center of attention, from photo ops to showing off your ring and just making sure you look your best from head to toe.
There are hundreds of nail colors to choose from, no matter your style or preference; it can be an overwhelming task to find the right color so we’re here to help you with that.
Essie Borrowed and Blue
The iconic nail polish brand has always been a go-to for brides, so much so that they have released multiple bridal collections. One of their most well known and beautiful bridal hues is “Borrowed and Blue” which is a pale sky blue that compliments pretty much everyone and is a great light pop of color against your white gown.
*If you have trouble finding Borrowed and Blue, try “Find Me An Oasis” as it is very similar.
OPI Always Bare For You
The other nail polish brand that you are probably familiar with, OPI, also has a bridal collection. Their Infinite Shine polish in “Always Bare For You” is a beautiful light nude. This is the color for you if you want a barely there shine, and just something very minimal for your big day.
Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Color in Coralium
Perhaps you are not in love with a nude color for your wedding and want something a little brighter, and a little more fun. This coral color from Chanel is exactly what you are looking for. It is the perfect combination of pink and coral, bright enough to make a statement but not overpowering. It might be your perfect shade.
Essie Ballet Slippers
If you want the most traditional, classic nail look for your wedding day there is no other shade to go with besides Essie’s Ballet Slippers. It is one of the most iconic shades in the world, so iconic that it’s the only shade that Queen Elizabeth II wears. The pale pink compliments any gown you choose and will look gorgeous in all your photos.
If you’re feeling daring or just aren’t into pale shades, try a deep plum or burgundy color!