Post # 1
I love getting options, and would love to see what everyone has done! I really like the color I have on my nails now, which is OPI Bubble Bath. Very light pink. I am thinking of using this with sparkles on the ring finger. But I am torn between that and just a basic French tip!
Let’s see what you have done! Pictures are very welcome😉
Post # 2
This may be the best photo of my nails from my elopement. I don’t recall the color name/number. It was a combination of two different gels that were layered. I often wear a french tip but I am glad I went with a solid neutral color.
Post # 3
Lol I have super long fingers, and I went with long nails, its the second time I’ve ever had them done, I had glitter on my thumb and ring finger.
Post # 4
I painted them myself, a shade of crimson.
Post # 5
I did a color similar to the OPI bubble bath (which is the color I used for my bridal shower).
Post # 6
this is lovely. Hard to see in the pic- would you say it is more white or pink?
Post # 7
I went with a classic French manicure on my natural nails using shellac. The place I went to was only $30 and they did an amazing job. I am happy I did French, I used to do bolder colors but I recently got into doing French manicures and neutral colors.
Post # 8
I haven’t had my wedding yet but I will be doing nails like these for my wedding day 💅🏻
Post # 10
Hi bees. OPi color “ Mr.&Mrs. Mimossa” is another nice wedding color. Lighter than bubble bath. 😊
Post # 12
- Wedding: June 2015 - Holly Hedge Estate
Love the color, timeless!
Nice inspo! looks Cool!
I was planning to do a barely-there blush but honestly, I was a horrible wedding planner and left so many things til last minute that I forgot to get them done😂. So I went with clear polish that i did myself. I think this is the only pic where you can see my hands
Post # 13
- Wedding: April 2016 - Manhattan, NY
I did a light, shimmery pink. It’s the same color I was wearing when he proposed to me.
You might be able to see it better here.
Post # 14
My nail color was a very, very pale peachy/neutral.