It’s been such an eventful summer – I can’t believe it’s almost over. I’ve been occupied every weekend and haven’t even made it to the beach once. However, this year I’ve been feeling differently about the summer weather. I used to love the summer heat because this is when I’ll get a chance to soak up the sun. This year, I feel like I’m already over the summer heat and wouldn’t mind for the fall weather to arrive sooner!
The past couple of weekends have been full of wedding-related events. First there was my best friend’s bachelorette party! As her maid of honor, I’m very happy and relieved to say that it was a huge success. She said it was a lot more than what she had expected! We first started out at a spa, pre-gamed at the hotel, then headed over to a wine tasting class, dinner and then danced the rest of the night away! The bride definitely had more than enough to drink so the night ended at around 1am, way earlier than I had expected!
The weekend after that was another friend’s big day! I was also a part of that friend’s bridal party so it was another busy weekend! However it was my first time being a bridesmaid so this was the best wedding I’ve ever been to. I was very happy to be there with her on her big day and got teary-eyed numerous times throughout the night. It was a beautiful wedding.
As the nail art fanatic, of course I spent some time to figure out how I had wanted to do my nails for these special occasions. The first thing that came to mind was a French manicure – just because I really LOVE French manicure and love playing around with different variations. Because I had sparkles on my bridesmaids dress and shoes, I decided to apply some nail crystals for the occasion, even though I’m really not a big fan of them. Unless I apply thick layers of top coat, they often come off after a couple of days and leave this dent in my nail that I hate. After the wedding was over, I decided to do another French manicure variation but without the crystals. I love how the metallic blue came out with this design! I don’t think I can ever get bored of French manis.