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The bride includes father, who passed away as in a wedding, nails, make use of small pieces of bone fragment, and for the glitter look

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Well, it’s definitely a good idea.

As a bride-to-be in the united kingdom, there was a break-up, and that her father had lost to cancer months before her August wedding, she decided to take some of his shaft into her manicure on the big day.

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Charlotte Walton,, of Staffordshire, England, has prepared the idea with her cousin, Kirsty Meakin and after Walton’s father Mick passed away in the month of April.

“I was devastated when he lost the fight, because I knew how much he wanted to see it, we are to be married,” said Walton, The Sun reports.

Charlotte Walton, 26, had been hoping that her father will He be able to walk her down the aisle at her August wedding to now-husband Nick, but it was not meant to be.”
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“The shaft is attached to my nails, it felt like he was holding my hand. I know that it’s not the same thing as him actually being there, but it’s as close as we could get,” she added.

Walton, 26, said she and now-husband, Nick, have rushed their wedding plans, so that They would be able to take part in it, but sadly, it was not meant to be.”

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Meakin is one of the popular nail artist who shares tutorials for it online, with 1.5 million YouTube followers, then you are presented Walton with a unique idea, and the mix of Mick’s ashes in a manicure.

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“He obviously couldn’t be there on her wedding day, and, you know, he was such a huge part of our lives,” she says in the tutorial, which now has more than 50,000 views.

Meakin also explained how she is, and the Microfilm passed through “the small pieces of bone fragments in Mick’s ashes, pick out a few of the pieces that have to be mixed in with the bright surface coating is used in addition to Walton’s wedding nails.

“I’m a little bit nervous on the stage because I thought, ‘Oh, my God, my God, I’ve put some of my Uncle Mick, my cousin’s nails,” Meakin said in the video, calling the moment “surreal,” and “emotional.”

Meakin’s efforts have resulted in the marriage of the nails with an almost glittery look and is a one-of-a-kind story.

The bride, Charlotte Walton, gives to her wedding day manicure, pictured, which featured a number of her father’s ashes are in the design stage.
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“It was a wonderful thing to do, but I thought it was great, I felt like he was in a position to come to the altar, I knew it was something he really wanted to do,” the bride said.

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Walton added that it has since been removed and the frame of the faux nails as a reminder to remember both the day of the wedding, and her father, who passed away, according to the Sun.

“The wedding was amazing and everyone loved the pins,” she said.

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