I got married over the weekend at The Westgate Hotel in San Diego, CA and chose to have pretty bridal nails with 3D nail art. My wedding style was classic, elegant, romantic, and timeless with a white, champagne, and gold color scheme and my wedding dress was a Monique Lhuillier, champagne-colored ball gown with large roses decorating the oversized skirt. My goal with almost everything in my wedding was that the wedding pictures still be beautiful and elegant in 100 years to come. Click here to see my bachelorette party nails. Although my bridal nails will most likely be out of trend in a century from now (although you never know!), I wanted something fun, cute, and unique, while still matching the decor and style of my wedding. How did I do it? Read on for details and pics!
Keep 3D Bridal Nails Pretty By Staying Within Your Wedding’s Color Palette:
- White Rose
- White Pearls
- White Pearl Bows
- Clear Rhinestones
- White Nail Dust
- White Nail Glitter
- White Nail Stickers
My bridal nails started with a clean, light pink, but almost nude nail polish painted on oval-shaped nails. From there, Nichole from 20 Lounge in Encinitas added a variety of 3D nail art including a white rose, pearl bows, and bling bling rhinestones. She went on to add white nail glitter and nail dust, little white stickers – a butterfly and mini flowers – as well as the letter “E” on my ring finger for my husband’s name, Eric. (Sounds so weird to say husband now!) By the way, Eric loved my nails and I have continued to receive compliments for them from many other people ever since I had them designed last week! What do you think of these bridal nails with 3D nail art for your wedding day?
Editor’s Note: 20 Lounge Boutique Nail Bar is a hip beauty bar with affordable prices in San Diego by Cardiff by the Sea shopping center. Home of the $20 Mani, $30 Pedi, and $40 facial! Use promo code “NUBRY” to receive FREE nail art upgrade at your next visit.
Bridal Nails with 3D Nail Art For My Wedding