I knew she was the one, my Hechizo gown by @Pronovias! A year ago I spent a day with head designer
@moreau.herve explaining what I wanted to look like, what I wanted to feel like on my wedding day, and then he created this! The look was classic and bridal, but also incorporated elements of the island. Seeing the hubby’s face when the doors to the chapel opened and I walked down the aisle said it all 🖤 #PronoviasBrides#AtelierPronovias2019
Diva japa que mora no meu ❤ @mayrakonishi
Make para seu pré wedding 👰🏻👑
Ela escolheu um esfumado diagonal rosa com delineado raiz ♡
Nos lábios um batom rosinha antigo 👄
Já estou ansiosa para ver todas as fotooooooooos 😍
Obrigada minha linda, por confiar em meu trabalho 🙏🏻💜
I was thinking about this little journey I’ve been on over the last year. Thinking about how I used to spend hours in bed scrolling on social media and comparing myself to so many women. And I used to get so upset to the point that I couldn’t even find something to wear to the gym that made me comfortable or okay enough with myself to workout. I used to call Bryce on my bad body image days and cry.
I went from from running 7+ miles a day and being a lean string bean to hating myself in nursing school so much that I stopped taking care of myself. I didn’t know myself. I hated working out. I would change outfit after outfit and would eventually settle on some crazy baggy t shirt that hid as much as possible so I could stop thinking people were staring at me.
And I look back at those days where I could hardly look myself in the mirror just to cover all my insecurities with makeup and sweatshirts and I wish I could hug that girl. I’d tell her she’s stronger than that, and tell her she’s beautiful.
It’s such a sad thing to be in a place where you hate the person you know everything about and spend the most time with. I still have bad body image days but I know things are better.
Kind of a ramble, but it’s just a feeling I hope everyone feels someday. That you’ve beat your biggest hater. That you don’t hate the person looking back at you in the mirror. That you are beautiful and loved.