So I was painting my nails the other day and when I went to work, I realized that my nail colour was the exact same as one our bridesmaids colours. It is super in right now and the colour of the season, Coral. I used Revlon’s nail enamel called “Perfectly Pink” and it looks just like David’s Bridal’s Coral Reef.
I think that it is a great idea for the Bride to paint her nails the same colour as her Bridesmaids dresses. This wouldn’t work for every wedding, it would depend on the style of the day. If it is a more formal wedding, the Bride might want to go with a classic french manicure. But for a fanciful themed wedding, this would definitly work!
I will keep my eye out for other colour matches! Keep posted :)
Everyone knows about the bouquet toss. Especially those single ladies! When the emcee announces it’s that time in the reception, it’s a race to the dance floor! Once the flowers are tossed, it turns into a brawl for the coveted price of being the next to get married.
Back in the fourteenth century, everybody wanted to get their hands on anything that the Bride would wear because it was considered lucky and it would bring whoever had it good fortune. Guests would try to snatch the bouquet from the bride’s hands, and so came the bouquet toss. Brides would toss it into the crowd to avoid them from grabbing it out of her hands! At one point in time, Brides would throw their shoes over their shoulders instead of the bouquet. You would have to make sure that all the single ladies were paying attention for this one!
When deciding if to go through with the bouquet toss think about who is attending your reception that is single. If there is plenty of young single ladies, do it to it! But if the single ladies at your reception are minimal, it could be a bit embarrassing for them.
Ask your florist to make you a separate bouquet for tossing. Many will give this as a gift because they are smaller and less intricate and therefore, not very expensive. You don’t want to toss your beautifully arranged bridal bouquet into the crowd, most brides keep it as a keep sake.