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Wedding Wednesday: Nail designs for every occasion

Planning a wedding includes endless details: the venue, guest list, flowers, dress — the list goes on and on. One important detail that should never be overlooked is nails. The bride’s nails will be forever documented in wedding photos of her holding the bouquet, cutting the cake, and most importantly—slipping on the ring.

For a traditional wedding, we suggest keeping nails simple and classic.  You don’t want to look back on your wedding photos and regret a bold design or color choice. However, many couples are choosing non-traditional or exotic wedding destinations, which gives the bride more room for creativity in the nail department.

Nail art designs are also becoming increasingly popular for engagement parties, bridal showers, and bachelorette parties. These pre-wedding festivities are perfect opportunity for the bride to show off her ring, so she might as well flaunt fabulous nails too. Many brides are starting the celebration with fun and creative nail designs such as champagne bottles, corsets, or engagement rings.Whether you prefer a traditional, non-traditional, destination, or vintage look,  Cre8 Salon & Spa can help you create a nail style to match your personality.

If you need some ideas for your wedding or pre-wedding celebrations, take a look at Nail Art Magazine’s Special Wedding issue which features over 100 different styles for brides. The magazine partnered with 21 of the industry’s best nail artists to share exclusive wedding designs. Find your inspiration and the stylists at Cre8 Salon & Spa will make your vision a reality. Contact Cre8 Salon and Spa by visiting our website or Facebook page or calling 239-458-2704.


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