Recently I have been hearing about this great new product, and before I told the whole wedding world I wanted to test the product myself!
I ran down to Wal-mart and for $8.50 I bought the most simple, affordable, great looking stick on nails!
The product is called ImPress and in my opinion gets two thumbs up on creating a product that is extremely affordable, which is a keyword when shopping for a wedding. Especially when most brides are on a tight budget but still want all the bells and whistles for their big day.
ImPress nails look amazing and lasts longer than a week with no scrapes, in-dents, or breakage. Not only does it come with enough for one usage and extras, but it comes with 30 pieces, so you are able to share and cut down on costs if you have more than one person in your wedding party.
ImPress has created a product that takes no effort at all to have amazing looking nails, you simply clean your nails and give them a quick buff with the provided alcohol wipe, mini file and nail pick. Then match a nail up with each finger and lay them all out in a row remembering to keep the tab towards the back, when ready start with your pinkies and work your way in, peel off the tab and press down for about 30 seconds on each finger to ensure you securely attach the fake nail to your real nail.
Trust me when I say it won’t fall off even though it may feel that way on the first day, but the glue which is already applied to the nail for you is like cement, and yet still easy to peel off with a little work, or simply soak your nails in nail polish remover for a minute or two then peel them off.
When needing to fit everything into a budget the best thing to do is shop around, A regular nail appointment at a salon will cost you about $50, but buying a product like ImPress can help save you about $40 to spend on other much needed areas in your wedding.
As I was watching Arie’s season on the Bachelor the other day a song came on that caught my attention, I immediately started searching for what it was and who sang it. Turns out it was a song called “ A Moment of Weakness “ by up and coming artist Tenille Arts.
This song speaks to so many people and so many relationships that I had to share it! There is a particular line in this song that says “I didn't mean to tell you any of my secrets but you caught me in a Moment of Weakness” how many of you found yourself telling people random things that you wouldn't normally tell someone, And yet you kept going and then found yourself talking to that same person days later. How many of you fought the feelings or had a guard up, and yet someone caught you in a Moment of Weakness and that's when you truly began to embrace a love you were meant to have.
I hope you enjoy this song as much as I do the link is above at the beginning of this post :).
1) Wood Wedding bands
This particular type of wedding band is one of my favorite types that you can choose from, Simply because it is very practical with a low purchase price and is unique to every buyer.
2) Tattoo Wedding band
This has been an up and coming trend which I think is so wonderful! Not everyone is the same which we are all well aware of, so when it comes to expressing oneself this is a great alternative.
Being able to choose the design and color to really represent who you are, and who you and your partner want to be is meaningful and a great way to solidify a bond.
Tattoo wedding bands are also a lot less expensive than a traditional wedding band, they will never have to be resized and they are safe for any trade job that requires a danger to your hands.
3) Vintage wedding bands
Vintage wedding bands are the heart of all wedding bands! They are often bought at a jewelry shop whether they are new, or classic, despite what people might think, unless you are fortunate to have acquired a family heirloom.
Depending on how you obtain this remarkable piece of jewelry each one is unique and require different types of care, but there are so many colors, sizes and designs to choose from at a much lower cost; it is no wonder people are reverting back to this type of ring rather than a classic gold or silver band which can be quite expensive at times.
This past summer was a wonderful learning curve in my career, I met so many; amazing, talented, strong, caring individuals who challenged me, coached me, welcomed me in every aspect of all the different life changing weddings I had the pleasure of attending.