Earlier this month, while Karissa was in Boston, I had the opportunity to attend a Pink Carnival hosted by Little Words Project! I had such an amazing time with the sweetest girls, so I thought I would take you through what I did at the event!
Before we get started I wanted to give you a little information on Little Words Project. If you are not familiar with who they are, then you need to go check out their website right after you finish reading this post! Little Words Project creates sharable, trackable bracelets that help remind girls that they can conquer the world. I have been wearing their bracelets for over 4 years now and I am obsessed with them. They are so cute and simple and perfect for everyday. Each bracelet I have reminds me of something, whether it's a word that reminds me of a memory or a word that gives me strength when I look at it. Each one is special. The best part about these bracelets is that you can register yours online with the code that comes on your bracelets tag, and after you register it you can pass your bracelet on to a girl that needs that word more than you do. They can then look up the code and see where that bracelet has been before them. I think this is such a powerful way for girls to inspire each other and encourage kindness.
Little Words Project has such a positive message and they are always promoting their "Nice Girl Gang". The brands values consist of self-love, kindness, collaboration, authenticity and inclusivity. All these values are clear in the way they present themselves and within each bracelet. While at the event, I had a chance to see who the nice girls behind the brand are. They are exactly what their brand is, positive and inspiring. It was so cool seeing these strong women wanting to help other girls love themselves and others. What a better way than with an adorable accessory.