Wow. I cannot believe it is 2018! HOW? Last night’s New Year’s celebration was so fun, and I just had to share a few moments with you all! I barely took any photos, as it was a cozy evening, and I wanted to just enjoy myself.
I can’t believe it is finally here! Christmas Eve! I just wanted to share a few photos from today as well as our plans for tonight. 🙂
WOW! We are so close to Christmas! I cannot believe it. I had such a lovely day decorating the Christmas tree with Nicolas’s family. I had never decorated a real tree before, and it was so fun to see it being carried into the house and set up.
Mmm, mmm! Yes, today is another food post. I just had to share this with you all! Before meeting Nicolas, I had never heard of or eaten risengrød before. Now I absolutely love it, and it is a Christmas tradition I can’t do without!
Happy Sunday! I had an amazing day today with Nicolas and his family and thought I would share it with you all for Day 5 of my 12 Days of Christmas. We went to a Christmas tree farm and cut down a Christmas tree! This is something I had never done before as my family always has an artificial tree. This is mostly because
Hello, everyone! Today is all about FALL! This season is such a happy time for me, and I’m sure many of you feel the same! Seeing the leaves change and eating everything pumpkin is pure bliss. I love pulling out all of my comfy sweaters and watching Halloween movies. For me, hygge and autumn go hand in hand. Hygge is a something special you feel and experience. I know it is quite a big trend in the U.S. right now, but here in Denmark, it is a way of life. You don’t have to
W E A R I N G
tee // American Eagle
skirt // Old Navy
sneakers // Nike (linked similar)
It is no secret that Nicolas and I LOVE to
Last week, Nicolas turned 23. I spent hours upon hours thinking about the perfect way to celebrate and came up with NOTHING. My perfectionism gets the best of me sometimes. The night before his birthday, I was
Helloooo, everyone and happy Sunday! This past weekend here in Copenhagen was so wonderful. I know it is not technically summer yet, but it certainly felt like it. It was warm and sunny and everyone was outside enjoying themselves – including
HAPPY EASTER! Today has been such a wonderful day. I have really enjoyed celebrating my first Easter here in Denmark at Nicolas’ family’s beach house. I am sharing a few of my favourite photos, combining new Danish traditions with my own American ones. 🙂
Nicolas’s mom made the beach house so incredibly cozy and festive for the Easter holiday! This is her Easter Tree decorated with the traditional Royal Copenhagen