Wedding guests

There was a reason to stay so long in Bulgaria. And the reason was my dearest friend Dessy which just became a Mrs.!

I’m so happy for Dessy and Tony and wish them their connection to grow bigger and stronger with the years, supported by their beautiful love! The rest of the wishes were private and written to them. :))

The girls team started with a girls night out on Thursday. We visited three places: a Turkish restaurant where we had traditional delights and coffee. Secondly, we had dinner in an Armenian restaurant where we were the only guests and filled the place with girls laughter and jokes, while telling stories about how Dessy met Tony and what happened afterwards. We put some Hawaiian decoration on ourselves and headed to a beach bar, saying “Aloha” to everyone we passed. We told Dessy that there is this gorgeous man waiting for her at the beach bar and he is so amazing that will make her forget Tony. She didn’t even want to hear about meeting another guy. Her smile came back on her face when from the dark part of the beach bar came no one else but Tony!

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My man arrived on Friday early morning from London, so we had just enough time to get ready for the big event on Saturday. The main colour of the wedding was blue, so we paired our looks.

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My outfit:
Elise Ryan Lace Midi Skater Dress with Pleated Skirt from ASOS
Valentina purse from Valentino
Wedges from Fiorelli
Nail polish with sand effect from Golden Rose
Earrings and Necklace – vintage, from my mum’s collection

I only had a few days to find a dress in the right colour – just before we left London, so I purchased it online and was hoping that it will fit. Luckily, it did. I only had a few issues with all the pleats, but in the end everything was fine. The hardest part was to find evening shoes which are my size and suit the clutch. My mum made me an amazing present giving me a few pieces from her vintage jewelry collection.

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In the end of the evening, they were lots of Bulgarian traditional dances – “Horo” and even we danced a little bit. No evidence! 🙂