Wearing Smilemakers top / Cmeo Collective skirt


Kind of want a vespa when I found this cute colored one in Austin, how awesome? We also just found a super cute candyshop with seriously everything in it. Linda bought a silver unicorn piñata and a bunch of candy gifts. Haha, we are so weak for everything that is shiny and adorable, the spontaneous shopaholic within us kicks in then. We are also on the hunt for a toy for Elvis next!

LOVE /J

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I samarbete med Kungsörnen


Kanelbullens dag närmar sig äntligen och vi har fått äran att göra vårt egna kanelbulle-recept tillsammans med Kungsörnen! Vi har gjort det med vår egna twist av vårt ursprung från Seoul, Sydkorea. Vi har kärat ner oss lite extra mycket i grönt på senaste tiden, så vi valde grönt te (matcha). Detta är en tävling där vi mötes Daniel Paris och Sanne Alexandra, så ni får gärna likea vår bild på Instagram och supporta oss!

Vårt recept:

Deg: 5 dl mjölk, 50 gram jäst, 1,5 dl strösocker, 0,5 tsk kimchisalt, 1 tsk kanel, 15 dl Kungsörnen vetemjöl special (här!), 125 gram smör, 1 tsk matcha pulver från Jeju Island, 1 msk koreansk honungs citron te på burk

Mixa jästen med rumstempurerad mjölk, tillsätt alla torra ingredienser och klicka i smöret. Jobba ihop degen och låt jäsa i 30 min. Kavla ut degen och strö på kanel och matcha. Rulla ihop knyten och lägg på plåt. Grädda i ugnen i 15 minuter på 250 grader.

Glasyr: 4 dl florsocker, 2 msk vatten, 5 droppar citronsaft, 1 tsk matcha pulver

Rör ihop alla ingredienser och häll på bullarna enligt önskemål.

Dekor: Grönt te choklad och wasabi chips

Hoppas att era Seoul kanelbullar smakar gott och att ni ger oss en like på Instagram!

Läs mer om Kungsörnens alla produkter på:

@kungsornen

kungsornen.se

FB Kungsörnen

LOVE /SS

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So I guess fall has arrived, Stockholm is turning grey again with the leaves falling off and the sky going cloudy 24/7. But it's still kinda cosy, hung around with my mom and Elvis today for some shopping and lunch at Molo. Got myself a pair of wide pants in pale pink, perfect for upcoming office days. And guys, guess what! I am going to meet up J in USA in just a few days. Sooo excited to get some more warmth and to be together again!

LOVE /L

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Hello from Seoul! Spending my evening at one of our new favorite hotspots Floating Island, which is an artificial Island in the middle of Hangang River. It has a restaurant, a yacht club and a party club. Been here for a couple of weekends now and I really like it - this time with my girl Brigitte who also lives in Seoul for the most part. We have our men with us and ready for a night full of delicious umbrella drinks!

LOVE /J

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From the dinner to the cake and coffee room. We had the most incredible golden cake from Tårtcouture, a cake designer in Stockholm. It was all chocolate with raspberry and toffee inside. We cut the cake together of course, and then we had a standing mingle. People took so much photos and videos during the night, so much fun to see it all afterwards. Then we took the party to the dance floor. We had a DJ and an open bar for the guests, in stunning rooms with sea view. We opened up the dance floor with the wedding couple's first dance, then Andy and his mum and then me and dad. After that we surprised everyone with dancing to 'Gangnam style'. Which all the groom's men and bridesmaids were in on and jumped on the dancefloor. That really got the dancefloor going and we danced all night. And even after 1 am we continued our night at Café Opera with a large private area. It was so much fun that so many of the guests joined for the club as well. Then me and Andy spent our first night as man and wife at the prettiest suite at our favorite spot Haymarket (thank you for taking such good care of us). They surprised us with dessert and champagne! It was a real late night, and then on the Sunday (day after) it was a boat trip out to Fjäderholmarna with a super big picnic for over 70 people!

LOVE /J

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The dinner was a 3 course served dinner at the venue 7A Strandvägen, where L also works on a daily basis. The rooms are so pretty and the staff made magic to the seating and decor. We were around 70 guests and sat in tables of 6 people. So many a-m-a-z-i-n-g speeches from parents, siblings and friends. Both super funny ones and super emotional ones. The video from the bachelorette party in Mykonos was showed and also video greetings from people who couldn't make it to Sweden. We had seafood ceviche, apple smoked tendered beef and cheese platter before heading to the cake room. Never wanting it to end xx

LOVE /J

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So this part is from the wedding reception, while everyone was downstairs at the ground floor enjoying drinks and canapés, I was up on the third floor (where I also work on a daily basis), making sure everything was under control. The setup, the seat chart, the decorations, the chefs  and the time schedule. Little wedding planner L running around up and down to make sure everything were on it's place. Many weeks of planning and you just want to make sure that nothing is forgotten. Our staff did such a wonderful job with the dinner space, don't you think? I almost felt relaxed for a while haha. Down at the ground floor we had a photo booth and some other fun activities going on. People left their photos with a greeting in the guest book for the couple to keep as a memory.

LOVE /L

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Some of the photos from the wedding photo session at Djurgården. Our first location in mind was actually Gärdet, but we were held back by large traffic jams due to some kind of running race in the city. But Djurgårn was really quiet and pretty during these hours, so it was a great spot as well. We had around one hour before we really had to head back to the wedding reception before the dinner.

I can honestly tell you, that I got married in my dream wedding dress. Deep back, corset lacing in the back, long veil and dress, handembroidery with white pearls and lots of lace.

LOVE /J

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The people....... This day would not have been this perfect without anyone of our guests. So happy and grateful that both people from Sweden and from across the globe came to Stockholm for this special day. Family and friends greeted us by throwing white rose petals and soap bubbles outside the church, before the photo session started. We had a big group photo taken outside of the church, not so easy to coordinate haha... And all the people walking by in Kungsträdgården took photos of us as well. We had the rest of the group photos in their backyard which was easier. All bridesmaids, groom's men and families. Then the wedding guests headed to the wedding dinner location and me and Andy headed out on Djurgården for our wedding photoshoot.

LOVE /J

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The cermony took place in Sankt Jacob's church in Kungsträdgården. A beautiful and huge church in the center of Stockholm. The adorable flower girl spread white rose petals on the aisle and then the bridesmaids and the groom's men walked in 4 couples down the aisle. First out of them, was my maid of honor Linda and my husband's best man and brother Mitch. Then it was time for dad to walk me down the aisle and hand me over to Andy. It was so unreal to see all the loving faces facing us with all smiles and love while walking down. No words can't really describe that feeling right there, it's like no other. The cermony was held in English, since 70% of the guests were not from Sweden. We both said "I do" and then I looked out over all the guests and I saw so many happy tears among friends and family.

LOVE /J

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