I'm allergic to citrus (yeah, I know), but this whole setup is a citrus dream and makes me want to eat all the grapefruits, oranges, and lemons that I can! 🍋🍊But then I remember how sick I get so I'll just bask in these photos! #statehousevenue Venue: @statehousevenue Decor & Event planning: @ampersandeventrentals Floral: @themisswhit Hair: @salonk_ Gowns: @elizabethcooperdesign Cake: @sugarrush.ut Diamond Rentals: @diamond_rental_events Calligraphy: @hannahmerrellcalligraphy
All I can hear when I see these photos is Ashlee Simpson singing ell oh ell oh ell oh vee ee! Anyone else? Anyone? #statehousevenue Venue: @statehousevenue Decor and Event planning: @ampersandeventrentals Floral: @themisswhit Hair: @salonk_ Gowns: @elizabethcooperdesign Cake: @sugarrush.ut Diamond Rentals: @diamond_rental_events Calligraphy: @hannahmerrellcalligraphy
Trying out some new (to me) **cruelty free** products (info below)! So far I'm really loving everything, especially the neck cream and the blur stick. All of these products are cruelty free or vegan, and I purchased everything from glossier's website, Ulta, or Sephora. Also, I am mostly concerned with skin care and anti-aging, so you'll see that I spend more on those types of products. But there are other amazing and INEXPENSIVE cruelty-free skincare and makeup products that I use and love (I'll post about those later). Do you use any of these? What cruelty-free products should I try? Leave me a comment! Product info: 1. Glossier Brow Flick in blond ($18) 2. Morphe x Jeffree Star brushes in JS9 ($8) & JS11 ($8) 3. Ole Henriksen Banana Bright Eye Cream ($38) 4. Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Lifting Neck Cream ($60) 5. Glossier Balm Dotcom in Mango ($12) 6. Milk Makeup Blur Stick ($14)
Okay look at these photos and just try not to think of Edward and Bella in the field when he is all sparkly. Right??? But real talk, these two are just a more beautiful version of that.