We’re finally here babes, literally 2 months after our wedding (26th of April), I’m posting the Wedding Series “finale”! You’ve joined me in the journey from picking the dress on Part I, choosing the rest of the outfits for both of us, bride and groom, in Part II, read the stories behind each of our rings in Part III and finally, you’ll take a glimpse to our ceremonies and party for friends and family in the fourth and final Part of the Series.
Happy Birthday to me!! Tomorrow, June 23rd, it’s my birthday! While you’re reading this I’m most likely celebrating with friends and family in what will probably be my last birthday in my hometown Salta. It’s bittersweet but I’m trying to focus on the positives… like, birthday cake! 😉
Halfway through my previous instalment when I was describing our outfits and accessories, I realized all the rings needed a whole separate instalment because of how special they are. I couldn’t just throw them in the middle of the Accessories section, they mean more than just a cute item.
Being Latina, everyone assumes I can automatically dance, especially tango because I’m from Argentina, where tango was created. However on the dancefloor, the rare occasions I dare to step on one, I always disappoint. Dancing is not my forte but hey, those sparkling dresses dancers wear always make me swoon. Zkaka* is a store that creates beautiful dancewear among other clothing styles. Follow my moves to see what they have! 😉
Following up the first installment of my wedding series, I now want to share with you guys the rest of the look for the bride and groom, a.k.a Rob and I. you know by now that my dress was from CocoMelody and it made me feel like a princess that day, but what about the rest of the look?
Antique watches are certainly fine works of art, and they are extremely delicate and can easily be damaged. When cleaning any watch, it is important not to use anything that might damage the timepiece.