I know it’s late, but I couldn’t resist doing a quick post about Lady Gaga’s Oscars outfit!
As most of you know, Lady Gaga won Best Song for the movie A Star Is Born at the 2019 Oscars. I’m very glad she won, she deserved it!
I loved how Gaga paid tribute to the past in her outfits that night. The beautiful canary yellow diamond necklace was the same diamond worn by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany’s publicity photos. As soon as I saw the necklace, I knew! It’s breathtaking, and gives perfect old Hollywood vibes.
I love how Lady Gaga has grown with her career. While I like her outlandish outfits, it’s nice to see her sophistication evolve, while still keeping her uniqueness.
Please see A Star Is Born if you haven’t already! It’s a beautiful love story, and both Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper give amazing performances!
I recently purchased the NYX Color Correcting Concealer. This stuff is amazing!
Taking notes from art class in elementary school, this concealer uses the color wheel for how to conceal. I use the green on any red spots (acne, pigmentation), and the yellow for blue under-eye circles or veins. Apply your foundation over the concealer. The results? Marvelous!
I also love their Intense Butter Gloss. This color (IBLG11) is the exact one used on my wedding day. It’s a sweet little reminder!
Comment below with your favorite NYX cosmetics!
When planning my wedding, I knew I wanted the colors of blush & gold. I felt these two colors were both on trend, as well as timeless. For many brides, deciding on what your wedding colors should be can be a daunting task. Here are a few of my tips that should help make the choice a little bit easier.
- Pick a dark and light combination: You want your wedding colors to be complimentary as well as contrasting. An easy way to do this is by picking a dark base color, and accenting it with your lighter color choice.
- Consider your season, but don’t let that limit you: I chose blush as one of my colors, which is typically a spring or summer color. But I got married in the fall. While it can be smart or convenient to select you colors based on the season you get married in, don’t let that limit your choices. I had my heart set on the blush color, oranges and burgundies just weren’t my thing.
- Use Pinterest as inspiration & direction: When you are picking linens, charger plates, flowers, and other items that involve your colors, it can get overwhelming. I highly recommend using Pinterest to hon your ideas. It will give you some direction, as well as specific pictures to show your vendors.
- Make sure you have a base color: The base color of your palette needs to be a neutral. White, cream, or even black are great bases to keep your colors in check. Our wedding featured a lot of white in the background of the color scheme. This will help keep your colors from overwhelming your beautiful day.
I hope these tips will help you when picking out your wedding colors! Comment below with your wedding day color scheme!
When planning our wedding, I always had in the back of my mind ideas for a guest book. I knew I didn’t want to be too traditional, but I also wanted something classic that could stand the test of time.
After looking through Pinterest and various weddings on the web, I came across the idea of a champagne bottle that your guests sign. This idea was so chic and classic! We ended up purchasing a bottle of Dom Pérignon circa 2006.
Guests were able to sign both the bottle and the box it came in. Now we have a beautiful display from our wedding. Plus, when our 5oth anniversary comes around we will have some delicious bubbly to toast to!
Comment below with your unique guest book ideas from your wedding! 💕
I am currently home from work today because I have a pinched nerve in my neck. Talk about painful! I wish it would go away, but I hear it can take a while. Ugh. Anyway, in the meantime I’ve been on Instagram a lot. It doesn’t require much typing, which I think is better for my nerve pain. Here are some of my recent Instagram posts:
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