I am very excited about today’s post! It has taken some time, but I am so happy with how it all came together. My goal was to create an easy Princess Jasmine Halloween look that the everyday woman could recreate herself at home using minimal products and simple techniques. Follow along to see the step-by-step process of transforming my model (aka my beautiful sister) into Princess Jasmine!
Today’s post is a little life update. I am so excited to share what I’ve been up to!
I’m not sure if I wrote about this before, but I am not a big fan of change. I also have a difficult time when I don’t know what the future holds! I like schedules and plans. 🙂 So when Nicolas and I were planning our big move to the states, I was struggling!
Ecstatic is the only word I can use to describe how I feel about writing this post. I dreamed of finding the perfect wedding gown my entire life. I would watch Disney movie upon Disney movie in awe of how beautiful all of the princesses’ wedding dresses were. As I got older, I watched Say Yes to the Dress and Four Weddings all the time (and still do hehe. 🙂 ) I can’t believe that I found the one. It still feels so surreal!
Yay! I am so excited to finally be sharing this post. Visiting Disneyland Paris was a dream come true for me. If you missed my first post on Sleeping Beauty’s castle, be sure to check it out here. As I said in my previous Disneyland Paris post, I’ve been going to Disney World Orlando my whole life and love it so, so much. When Nicolas surprised me and said we were going to Paris, Disneyland was at the top of my list. 😉
One of the things I’ve always loved most about Nicolas is how family-oriented he is. Our families are so important to us, and we are both very close with our siblings (and each other’s siblings!) It was the best thing ever when all of our brothers and sisters met this summer and became instant friends.