OD ZAPROSZEŃ ŚLUBNYCH PRZEZ BUKIET DO DEKORACJI SALI WESELNEJ


The key element of wedding preparations is the visual side, which starts with the moment of choosing wedding invitations and ends with the decorations of the wedding venue, our bouquet and all other decorations. In today's post I have prepared for you a brief summary of all the individual things that we decided on in this most important day for us, a little about the cost of such a venture and other useful information that I hope will help you during the pre-wedding struggle. Shall we start? :)

SESJA ŚLUBNA NA ZAMKU W MOSZNAJ - A PÓŹNIEJ ŻYLI DŁUGO I SZCZĘŚLIWIE


Once upon a time there lived a girl whose life was no different from other children her age. She spent her days playing "home" and " the shop", creating tents from a blanket hung on the armchair pretending she was in a magical place, eating delicacies prepared by her grandmother, or watching fairy tales about princesses. She dreamed that one day in her life a prince would appear on a white horse, whom she would marry in a beautiful white ball gown and then they would live happily ever after ... A dozen years later, there was no sign of that little girl. However, a young woman appeared who, despite the lessons life has given her, still believed that one day not a prince on a white horse, but a man in who’s arms she would find a shelter, security and love, will appear in her life. 

MY WEDDING MORNING - A LITTLE BIT ABOUT HAIR AND MAKE UP


After many weeks of expectations, the time has come for wedding related blog posts. I would like to briefly share my experiences with you, which I hope will be useful during your big day. Remember, however, that there is no golden rule that will make this day perfect. There will always be something that you have imagined differently, something you wanted to do, but you didn’t make it or just something that after the wedding day you will find that you should have done differently. A wedding is such an important and huge event in our life that its preparation sometimes lasts for years, but most often it is just the day before the wedding that there are a lot of things that you still have to do and not enough time. In this vertigo, it is not difficult to get stress, which you have to deal with somehow, because in the end it is to be the most beautiful day in our life and we can’t break it through unnecessary nerves. It was not easy with me and a pre-wedding fever caught me a week before. Although I would like to tell you that it's gone and I felt like a new born unconscious word "nerves", I would lie ... However, I tried to focus on things that helped me fight it and today, when I look at these photos, I have the impression that I succeeded :).

PEWNEGO RAZU W PARYŻU: CZYLI PRAKTYCZNY PORADNIK O TYM GDZIE ZJEŚĆ I CO ZOBACZYĆ - CZĘŚĆ DRUGA


Time for the second and thus the last part of my Paris guide. In today's post you will find information about the next two days of our stay in the capital of France. To all those who have just joined the blog, you could see the first part here - link.

A bit of art - a meeting with Picasso

            The third day of our stay in Paris began with a visit to the Musée, which is located at 5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003, undoubtedly there is an impressive collection of masterpieces. The museum has paintings, sketches, sculptures, but also pictures of Picasso himself, letters and many other interesting things. This is undoubtedly a museum that I recommend to anyone even if you don’t have much time spend on tour of art. Most importantly, due to its size, it does not take so much time to circumvent.

PEWNEGO RAZU W PARYŻU: CZYLI PRAKTYCZNY PORADNIK O TYM GDZIE ZJEŚĆ I CO ZOBACZYĆ - CZĘŚĆ PIERWSZA


My fascination with Paris began many years before I finally managed to visit the city last week. All this time, I have been subconsciously looking for places that at least to a certain degree reflected the style of Paris. It was not that difficult, because as you probably noticed on the blog, many places in London are confusingly similar – whether it is the architecture in some districts or famous French-style cafes. If somebody would ask me where have I taken the fascination with this place, I would not find a single answer ... It consists of many factors that undoubtedly take into account architecture, art, retro style, but also history from a fashion perspective, which shows how much influence Paris had for the birth of great designers who changed the way we dress (of course I mean Chanel herself, which is my greatest inspiration in this area).


JE NE SAIS QUOI: LOOK OF THE DAY


Coat // Płaszcz - Sauths
Dress // Sukienka - Vintage
Turtleneck and bag // Golf i torebka - Zara
Watch // Zegarek - Daniel Wellington
Sunglasses // Okulary - NA-KD
Boots // Kozaki - Aldo
I have long looked forward to this dream trip to Paris. For years, secretly (later more and more insistently) I wanted to visit the city, which is home to many great designers, artists, architecture from the exceptionally picturesque sandstone and romantic nooks that became a symbol of love, which inspired many filmmakers to do their work there . I am indifferently first to Woody Allen himself with my favorite film "Midnight in Paris". After many years, my now husband decided to fulfill this dream and this is how we spent the whole four days in Paris as our short honeymoon.

The picturesque Paris in my lens will appear on the blog in the next post, but today I invite you to the outfit of which photos were made in the vicinity of Louvre and Pont Alexandre III. After those few days, I can say that it was definitely not enough time and the list of places that I would like to see is quite substantial ... Because the main element of today's post is my outfit, let me briefly touch this topic. Packing things for this trip, I immediately knew what would land in my suitcase. Beret, high black over the knee boots and checkered dress (which I showed to you in an earlier post), which due to the time of the year I combined with white turtleneck. Thanks to such a set, at least for a moment I could feel like a resident of this charming city ...

P.S. I have a 15% discount to use on all assortment available from Daniel Wellington. Use "makesitsimple" at the checkout. The code is valid until 30th November 2018.


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Długo wyczekiwałam tej wymarzonej podróży do Paryża. Przez lata skrycie (później już coraz bardziej natarczywie) pragnęłam odwiedzić miasto, które jest domem dla wielu wspaniałych projektantów, artystów, architektury z wyjątkowo malowniczego piaskowca oraz romantycznych zakątków, które stały się symbolem miłości czym tym samym zainspirowały wielu twórców filmowych do nakręcenia tam swoich dzieł. Niepodważalnie pierwszy na myśl przychodzi mi sam Woody Allen z moim ulubionym filmem „O północy w Paryżu”.  Po wielu latach, mój obecny już mąż postanowił spełnić to marzenie i tym oto sposobem spędziliśmy całe cztery dni w Paryżu jako naszą krótką podróż poślubną.

Malowniczy Paryż w moim obiektywie pokaże Wam dopiero w kolejnym wpisie, ale dzisiaj zapraszam Was na stylizację, której zdjęcia powstały w okolicach Louvre-u oraz Pont Alexandre III (most Aleksandra III). Po tych kilku dniach, mogę jednak stwierdzić, że było to zdecydowanie za mało czasu a lista miejsc, które chciałabym jeszcze zobaczyć jest dość pokaźna… Z uwagi na to, że głównym elementem dzisiejszego wpisu jest moja stylizacja, pozwolę sobie po krótce poruszy jej temat. Pakując rzeczy na ten wyjazd, od razu wiedziałam co znajdzie się w mojej walizce. Beret, wysokie czarne kozaki za kolano oraz sukienka w kratę (którą pokazałam Wam w przybliżeniu we wcześniejszym wpisie), którą z uwagi na porę roku zestawiłam z białym golfem. Dzięki takiemu zestawowi, chociaż przez chwilę mogłam się poczuć jak mieszkanka tego pełnego uroku miasta…

P.S. Jeżeli podoba Wam się mój zegarek, to mam dla Was kod na 15% zniżki. Wystarczy, że wpiszecie "makesitsimple" podczas dokonywania płatności na stronie Daniel Wellington. Kod jest ważny do 30-ego listopada. Udanych zakupów! 

















Zdjęcia: Piotr Kudzia


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PHOTO DIARY



September was a month of many sacrifices for me, what reflected in today's post. I know that many of you are looking forward to the summary of the month with great anticipation, which is why I regret that there have been so few photos here this time. The master thesis is fortunately already behind me and this means more time for you and the blog. I am glad that autumn aura will pass me this year without any stress related to the university and chasing deadlines of written assignments. Thus, I can tell you that in the coming week, new entries will start appearing both from Paris (the entire report from my four-day stay could be seen briefly on Insta-stories) and long-awaited wedding pictures! :) Before we start these two separate topics, I invite you to a few photos from the previous month.

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