This weekend I had the pleasure of providing a bride spa package for a very deserving young lady!! Casey was the most laid back bride I’ve met in quite sometime. I visited her suite at Hotel Palomar in center city Philadelphia! She knew exactly what she wanted. A celebrity inspired gold tip mani. “Like a French but with gold instead of white!” What a bride wants a bride gets!! She sipped champagne while being treated to a Perfect Mani Pedi. Her bride package came with her dress @lovelybride. Who says you have to go with a traditional French Manicure for your wedding? Be unique, be inspired, be perfect for you….whatever that may be. Please share with brides to be contemplating nail color and seeking the Perfect wedding manicure!
I recently completed a bride consultation gathering information to decide on the best spa party options!
“I don’t really need a pedi, my shoes are not open toe.”
No way! I reply. Its a must. Pedis aren’t optional
Despite what many people may feel, pedis are more than just a fu fu frilly spa treatment for the elite! They are more than just pretty polish and a nail trim. They are proper foot care. Its amazing how we spend our beauty dollars on make up, fitness regimens and even nail care, however our feet carry the total weight of our body for our ENTIRE LIFE, and it still is last on the list OR considered only during the summer during open toe season!
So do yourself a favor and treat yourself all year round to a proper pedi. every 6-8 weeks in the Fall and Winter and every 2-4 weeks in the Spring and Summer. Your feet will thank you! Better yet host a pedi party and your service is FREE!
Please share with all your gal pals (and men friends). Their feet need love too!
Check out this custom created manicure! Michelle didn’t want a traditional french manicure for her wedding. Instead she chose her favorite color, Tiffany Blue! We created this look using the one and only Shellac Power Polish, and layering Studio White, Hotski to Tchotchke and Azure Wish. Not only did she have a unique manicure to fit her personality, but it solved the something old, new borrowed “something blue” from the wedding tradition. Be sure to share this new trend!