This perfume comes in a 20ml glass bottle and has a few of Madrid’s landmarks (Torres Kio and the Puerta de Alcalá) on it.
It was in stock when I bought my Bride to Be perfume.
The smell is gorgeous, spicy and citrussy. Think sun-drenched streets and lemon groves.
A little goes a long way. The perfume gets 10 out of 10 and it really does last all day.
Perfect for year-round wear although I have just used it as a summer perfume mostly and sometimes in autumn or winter.
It only cost 2,50€. My only regret is not buyimg more bottles of it. Primark, please bring this perfume back because when you do I will be making a beelime for it!
I am keeping the bottle because it is totally unique and iconic.
Today is our first wedding anniversary. Our big day a year ago was amazing and has left us both with many memories.
We had lots of plans for how we wanted to celebrate today but the current situation has made us rethink.
Even so it was a relaxing day watching films and I gave Alfredo the first chapter of my novel since this first anniversary is known as the “Paper Anniversary.”
And he loved the gift!
Thanks mum and dad for the card and keepsake hearts.
Thanks family and friends for all your messages.
We ate a delicious roast dinner and of course there was wine and one of my favourite desserts. tiramisu.
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After months of preparation, our big day is finally here. We debated over the time of year, place and date to marry and finally settled on today.
On Tuesday, we arrived at the hotel and only just managed to get to our room when we realised one of my tyres was flat. Luckily Alfredo was able to mend it and so we were able to relax a little.
Yesterday we met up with mum dad and Nicky for a very tasty breakfast in the dining room which was fortunately on the same floor as our room. We took a trip to Primark and went to TGI Fridays for lunch where I had some Cosmoplitans and cava as well as some chicken breasts with fries and salad.
After that, back at the hotel, Alfredo helped me open all our wedding gifts before relaxing some more.
The Big Day itself:
We woke up early and got ready. Nicky curled my hair.
Here we are in the taxi and on the way to the ceremony.
Even the office staff took a photo of us while we were waiting to go into the ceremony room:
Our Wedding Cake: