HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!! Today was a fun day, and I was so excited to wear my new jack-o-lantern skirt. For the final day of 7 Days of Pumpkin, I’m sharing my spooky outfit details below. 🙂 I was very much inspired by the 1950’s and (of course) pumpkins!
So we’ve made it to 7 Days of Pumpkin Day 4! Today was so fun and cozy. It started with pumpkin donuts and pumpkin coffee followed by watching the Barcelona game with Nicolas and Facetiming with his parents. Afterward, we carved and painted the pumpkins we got at the pumpkin patch!
Happy 7 Days of Pumpkin Day 2! If you missed yesterday’s post all about going to the pumpkin patch, you can read about it here.
Pumpkin treats are my favorite thing to indulge in this time of year (or really any time of the year!) I’d love to eat pumpkin pie, pumpkin cake, and pumpkin cookies all day long, but we all know that isn’t the best for our bodies (unfortunately. 🙁 ) I made it my mission to find a delicious and healthy pumpkin recipe, and that is what I am going to share with you all today.
Last night, Nicolas and I had plans to go to Tivoli to see all the Halloween decorations and activities. (I did a post on it last year that you can read here. It is quite spooky and magical!) We also planned on going out to dinner first. I wanted to be festive and play around with my makeup but still stay within the ‘wearable’ category, as it wasn’t a costume party or
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
I absolutely love Halloween. I am pretty sure it stems from my mom’s obsession with this holiday. She always goes all out with decorating the house, burning Yankee spiced pumpkin candles, and making sure we always watch an absurd amount of Halloween movies. So when Nicolas proposed we go to Tivoli’s Halloween celebration, it was an obvious YES.
Tivoli, the world’s second oldest amusement park, is one of my absolute favorite places in Copenhagen. (Yes, Copenhagen is also home to the world’s oldest amusement park, too, if you remember one of my previous posts.) Tivoli’s atmosphere reminds me a little of Disney World’s but on a much cozier, intimate level. It is magical and charming, and unlike most theme parks, it appeals to those of all ages. The amusements take up only a small portion of the park. There are flower gardens, a theater, band stands, and countless cafes and restaurants, but I will revisit all that in another post. 🙂
I knew based on my past visit to Tivoli last summer that the Halloween festivities here would be nothing short of wonderful. I was right. Upon entering the park, I literally felt like I was in Halloweentown (only the best Disney Channel original movie ever). There was thousands of festive lights and jack-o-lanterns along with spooky music and treats everywhere you looked!