I typically don't wear lolita during the hot months, but this year was an exception! I spent the early part of the hot months getting ready to get married then the rest of the summer relaxing and having good times with friends. Below is a recap of some of my favorite moments in a very photo heavy post.
|Finally getting married! And yes, I am wearing Meta's Typewriting Squirrels. We had a very small ceremony at the courthouse then ate with family and friends at PF Chang's. <3|
|Also in love Vivienne Westwood Anglomania + Melissa Gillie shoes in pink metal that I wore that day.|
|I may have gone a bit wedding crazy in Lineplay too, totally obsessed with the Santorini wedding set they put out.|
|Set of bottles I picked up as souvenirs when we went on our honeymoon. One for me and one for my now sister-in-law.|
|Kirby and Prince Fluff themed wedding cake we had done with Dreamcakes Bakery. I wish I'd been able to get a photo before we had to let it sit out before the reception and the icing of the ampersand began to run a bit.|
|We received many beautiful and practical gifts, so we were able to spruce up our apartment a bit.|
|Decorative rose lights from Amazon.|
|Adding more nautical elements to the bathroom.|
|I had to bid farewell to several friends moving away this summer, but not before getting to hang out one last time. Prepped in a different look for me, ready for a night of karaoke.|
|My lolita comm had a wonderful meetup at Ozan Vineyard and Winery! We got to have a bit of a tour around the facility and estate.|
|Borrowed parasol up! The day was hot, so I tried to coordinate more naturally to avoid having to wear a wig in the sweltering Alabama heat.|
|Lovely train ride through the vineyard estate. Definitely worth the price of the ticket for the tour.|
|Finally, seeing the musical performance of the Little Mermaid at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. The details to the performance were gorgeous and the lobby had adorable decorations, seen above.|
Overall, I've had a really fun filled summer with so many more moments that the few pictures above can convey. Thank you for reading, and I'll be back soon with more.