Spring brides are eagerly anticipating their big day and since most of the important items in their wedding checklist are completed why not indulge in some Spring cleaning? Here is a list of 45 things that you can throw out now, so you can make room for the upcoming new with your soon to be spouse!
Old holiday décor
Stretched out hair ties
Out of date makeup
Old makeup brushes
Out of date magazines
Socks with holes in them
Scratch or busted sunglasses
Old receipts you don’t need for tax season
Skincare older than 6 months
Expired hair products
Scarves that you never wear
Beat up books
Dried up nail polishes
Worn out bras
Beatup running shoes
Expired coupons and food flyers
DVD’s you don’t watch
Belts you don’t wear
Empty/almost empty products of any sort
Tarnished/Jewelry with missing gems
Expired gift cards
Worn out/unused purses
Delete and unsubscribe to ecommerce sites you never shop at
Product samples that are ancient
Delete junk mail
Delete old music and playlists
Clean out old pics and screenshots from your phone
Another royal wedding will soon be upon us this coming Spring 2018 and we are SO excited! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got engaged earlier this month and made their first debut today and they were both just gushing-adorbs!
Not sure what this will mean exactly for her acting career (since I’m obsessed with Suits and may suffer a breakdown if she leaves the show) but none the less we couldn’t be happier for the soon to be bride of His Royal Highness Prince Harry.
As a beautiful tribute to his mother the late Princess Diana of Wales, Harry had the ring designed with the two outside stones from his mother’s personal collection. The larger centerpiece is a beautiful (and rather large) diamond from Botswana, sentimental to the couple as they spent much time there together. All three stones are colorless and finally Cleave and Company created the lovely gold band.
We can expect the Royal wedding to take place at St. Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle in May 2018. Meghan will be baptized and confirmed into the Church of England and will likely become a British citizen.
Meghan’s on-screen father in Suits, Wendell Pierce, took to his Twitter, congratulating the newly engaged couple and gave his approval “Harry, you have her TV Father’s blessing. Robert Zane approves.” So do we!