The Prettiest Nail Polish Ideas for Every Bachelorette Party Destination

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A bride-to-be who loves nail polish and nail art knows that her bachelorette party is the perfect excuse to go all out and embrace a playful manicure. Whether you’re headed off to a tropical island, staying local and enjoying a beach day, or headed to the big city for a night out with your bride tribe, the festivities call not only for a new dress and cute swimsuit, but the prettiest of nail polish, too.

No matter where you go, we’ve got some manicure inspiration to suit your bachelorette party destination. Below are a few of our favorites—from bridal white designs to tropical florals—to get your creative nail art ideas flowing.

Tropical Talons

Go for an artsy, abstract look that’s playful for enough for an island getaway by mixing peachy neutrals with a touch of pastel green and moody black.

Colorful florals inspired by a beautiful Caribbean island look oh-so-chic when you pair the bright nail art with a neutral base.

If sandy beaches and pool parties are on your agenda, embrace the blue theme with this geometric beauty of a manicure.

Las Vegas Luxe

This uber-glamorous design has Las Vegas written all over it (in the best way possible).

Put the Glam in Glamping

Chill brides who want to enjoy an outdoorsy weekend will appreciate a more low-key approach to nail art, like this monochromatic take on neutrals.

Parisian Polish

Feeling a bit of a classic French vibe? You don’t have to go to Paris to appreciate this glitzy take on French tips.

Newport Nails

Go for bold with a bright gingham motif, whether you’re in Newport, Rhode Island or Newport Beach, California. Either way, gorgeous.

Perfect Anywhere, Anytime

You can never go wrong with a wedding-white mani for your bachelorette getaway—just add a hit of metallic for a festive vibe.

See More: 12 Not-So-Basic Neutral Nails for Your Big Day

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