My King is literally my “other half.” Our marriage is fortified and sustained by our unshakeable LOVE for the Most High and each other. This challenge gave me an opportunity to reminisce about our nuptials, which took place almost nine years ago.
My Valentine’s Day wish for all women (once those hopeful little girl’s), is for them all to experience true LOVE. Though it may sound cliché, I believe that learning to truly love and honor one’s self prior to making that heartfelt connection with a soul mate, is essential. There is something to be said for knowing your worth.
When a woman meets her mate, if she loves, owns, and knows herself, it will be easy for her to recognize that same appreciation of her best attributes in her suitor.
The stress of Valentine’s Day has generally been placed on men for years. What about those that choose to walk down the aisle? The bride, to be quite honest often has to put the pieces of that puzzle together, in order to create her special day. The “crowning glory” of a bride’s attire is of course her veil and/ or tiara (a top natural hair of course )
For this challenge I was lucky enough to wear one of Beauloni’s exquisitely designed head pieces! I have never seen such beautiful pieces, designed with African culture and women in mind. They are visually opulent; I am honored to wear one for challenge 6 .The quality and strategic placement of the stones that adorn these head pieces come together to create a stunning work of art. I LOVE the Emerald’s in my headpiece; they make the look come alive!
Don’t leave your look to chance, leave it to Beauloni; after all, they do “strive to be a creative blessing to unlock your dreams while creating vision.” Any bride is sure to feel like a queen wearing one of these crowns!
True love stories never have endings. ~ Richard Bach
Gown provided by A Beautiful Day Bridal @ http://www.abdbridal.com
Bouquet provided by Lisa Dee’s Florist @ http://www.lisadeesflorist.net
Natural Hair Stylist: Taji Shabu Jones @ http://www.tajisalon.com