Wedding Nails for Guests

Wedding season is beginning and chances are you’ll be attending at least one wedding this summer. No wedding guest outfit is complete without a sleek mani, so you can’t be the odd guest out and not have primped nails! It can be difficult to decide what to wear as a guest to a wedding, but styling your makeup and jewelry can be even more difficult! We have come up with three go-to manicures for wedding guests, so you don’t need to worry! Read on to find our fail-proof ideas!


Party Nails

Wedding Nails for Guests - Party Nails

Find a polish that matches your outfit or ties in with it. It can be the same color as your dress, or if you are wearing a patterned dress, find one that matches one of the pattern colors. If this is a little boring for you, turn your pointer or ring finger into a party nail! Paint one coat of color onto the chosen finger, then dip it into glitter or sparkley eyeshadow and seal with a top coat. Voila, your party mani is done!

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Gradient Glitter Tips

Wedding Nails for Guests - Glitter Gradient Nails

Sprinkle a bit of glitter or sparkly eyeshadow at the very tips of your nails and pat it upwards, creating a gradient effect. Use a Q-tip to wipe off the excess glitter then seal with a topcoat. This look is just beautiful!

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Glitter French Mani

Wedding Nails for Guests - Glitter French Mani

Suble and elegant, the Glitter French Manicure is perfect for any dress code. It’s subtle enough that it won’t distract, but has a touch of glitter to bring the party! Paint your nails with 2 coats of your favorite sheer pink/cream color. Then using your choice of glitter top coat, paint along the whites of your nail, using a Q-tip dipped in remover to tidy up any edges. Seal with a top coat and you’re good to go!

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We just love these looks, what do you think? Let us know by commenting below and, check back next week for our go-to looks for Bridal Nails!



Mette Jorgensen

Our Editor Mette is a fan of a glitter manicure, she can often be found pleading with her manicurist for just one more coat to achieve the ultimate sparkle. She's Australian so forgive her for occasionally writing in British English.

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