There’s a lot to think about when you’re getting married. You’ve got to think about who you’re inviting and then work out the venue based on this. Then once you’ve sorted this, what are people going to eat? How will you get to the venue? Do you want an nj limo service? Or a horse-drawn cartridge? Even deciding the theme is a big deal! But there’s one time you can forget all of this, and that’s your bachelorette party! And, my goodness, I was going to make this day last as long as I could!
For my bachelorette, I told my MOH (Maid of Honor) that all I wanted was sand. I wanted to be on the beach somewhere. We didn’t have to go to Miami, or the Bahamas, I just really wanted to hear the ocean. So I and four of my girls went to Tybee Island, Savannah Georgia. I would say so far it’s been one of the most memorable experiences of my wedding process thus far! Planning a bachelorette party with your friends doesn’t have to be expensive, especially as you’ve got the wedding to look forward to and the money you’ve spent on that big day. It’s all about having fun and being able to create memories with your friends. Looking for inspiration on what to get the bride to be for her bachelorette party? It may be worth checking out 40 Chic & Classy Bachelorette Gift Ideas She Will Love for some inspiration. With all this being said, as long as you have a great time, that’s all that matters! But I’m sure they’ll appreciate the gifts too.
Funny enough while I was on my way to the spa, I found a page in my “Hello NY” book about Korean Spas.
Moving to New York City is a giant adventure, every day presents you with information you never ever knew about. Until I moved to the city, I had never heard of a Korean Spa. I thought for a sec that it may like one of those places you see on somewhere like https://www.tubev.sex/?hl=ko, but that didn’t turn out to be the case. It’s one of the most magical experiences I have ever had in my life. If you’re like me, the idea of being completely completely nude- yes even your bikini bottoms- is terrifying. Wearing an oversized uniform with hundreds of other families and people sounds awful too. Except it’s not… View Full Post
Today I decided to get lost. In Chinatown! It’s been a long time since I’ve explored Chinatown, so I looked around! Chinatown is such a wonderful place to go exploring. SO many sounds, and smells (especially smells, there’s a ton of fresh fish markets). Some of my absolute favorite markets are in Chinatown. Chinatown is so much more than just Canal Street. If you ever get the chance, go and explore it!
Canal street is crazy busy like much of New York, but a lot of Chinatown isn’t! There are a ton of Asian beauty supply stores, salons and cute boutiques to look at! I got a few packages of cookies and tea!
Is this a cucumber? I didn’t see a sign anywhere for these and they look like fat cucumbers.
Gorgeous little streamers in a Chinese party decor store. I especially love all the red!
Shirt: Vintage top
Shoes: Dior Fusion sneakers
Handbag: Chanel Grand Shopping Tote
Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.