Bilberry Powder, Nordic Wild Foods


I have always wanted to try bilberry powder and was lucky to receive a delivery, a couple weeks ago from a company called Nordic Wild Foods.

Elina and Hanna, the founders of the company are from Finland like I am and are currently living in Hong Kong. They are two very lovely individuals who really care for and are passionate about their products. Their berries are hand picked from the Northern parts of Finland, which is known to be one of the cleanest places on Earth.

So what’s the difference between normal blueberries and bilberries? They both are good for us but bilberries have more proven health benefits. I did some research on this and they are proven to help with eye conditions, diabetes, cancer and better functioning of the overall body.  Wild berries grow in the northern latitudes and they’re especially rich in vitamins, flavonoids, minerals and antioxidants. You can read more about this from their website Nordic Wild Foods. When you cut it in half, a bilberry is darker compared to a blueberry and has a bit stronger flavour to it.

This powder has nothing added, so you will just get the pure flavour and benefits from the Nordic berries. I have made smoothies, breakfast and some baking with their powder, normally using 1-2 tsp per time.


Bilberry Chia Breakfast Pudding

  • Cup of Oat Milk
  • 3 tbsp of Chia Seeds
  • 1 tbsp of Maple Syrup
  • 2 tsp of Bilberry Powder
  • 2 tbsp of unsweetened Alpro Soy Yoghurt
  • Homemade granola




Mini cheese cakes – makes two cakes with these measurements

For the base:
  • 50g / 4 Digestive vegan biscuits
  • 1 tbsp of Coconut oil
  • 40g Roasted Almonds
  • Pinch of Salt
  • 1 tsp of Vanilla Extract
For the filling:
  • 175g Soy based cream cheese
  • 1/4 cup of granulated sugar
  • 2 tsp of Bilberry Powder
  • 1 tsp of Vanilla Extract
  • 1/4 cup of Oat Milk
  • 1 tbsp of Agar Flakes to 2/4 cup of water


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Tropical Smoothie Bowl – This will be my personal favourite this summer!

  • Half a cup of Coconut water
  • 1 cup of Coconut Yogurt
  • 1 tsp of Bilberry powder
  • 2 bananas
  • 2 cups of frozen raspberries
  • 1 tbsp of Maple syrup





Happy cookings with your bilberry powder ❤

thevegescandi x

Bank holiday weekends are the best!

What a beautiful weekend we had! What did you get up to?


We were wandering around Brighton last Friday with the best weather! 24 degrees and blue sky all weekend. Already thinking about the summer months and all the cool stuff that is coming up. In the UK the summer season starts in May and I would actually say it’s one of my favourite months living in Brighton. Food festival, The Great Escape music festival and Brighton Fringe all in one month. People here knows it’s the beginning of the summer and can just feel the happiness around.

There is always some cool pop up bars around and one of the newest ones is this Bison Beach Bar in Kemptown. Had couple of beers in the sun and actually ended getting a good workout as well, because we’re living on the other side of the town ha! If you are in town, go and check them out – have a beer and watch the waves.



On Sunday we headed out to London. I used to live there for 2,5 years and as hectic it gets, it’s nice to visit every now and than, specially in the summer. Had the best day for it as well 🙂 If you haven’t been to London yet, you got to put this on your bucket list! Really vibrant, colourful and beautiful metropolis. There is so much I could tell you about London, but you should go and experience it yourself!




Our plan was to head over to North – East to see Victoria Market. They organise this beautiful little food market every single Sunday between 10am – 4pm and I was happily surprised how many vegan products and food stools they had, heaven! The easiest way to get there from Central London is to take central line to Bethnal Green and walk the rest of the way. It’s a really nice little walk on a sunny day like this, took us about 15 minutes.



First thing I wanted to have was a strong coffee 😀 Got there and had a oat milk flat white, soo delicious! Flat whites are great because they are made with double shot of Espresso and with less milk, but still getting the whole taste spectrum – ab favs!


Instagram is such a great place to find pop ups, products, food or anything really but in this occasion I found all the food stools before we got there. If you want to check this market it’s @victoriaparkmkt I was most excited about these two   Crosstowndoughnuts + Jakesvegansteaks





This was SO good! Sub, seitan, mustard and melted vegan cheese… I could just go back for this. All the stakes are fresh and handmade. I really like their business idea, these aren’t just for vegans, the purpose is to show all the people around that vegan food is and can be really delicious and is able to fix those Sunday cravings. My boyfriend had one and he is not vegan, but said this was the best seitan he has ever had before – so win win! Next time I will need to have those steak fries..





I have wanted to try these for the past year because of Instagram! Lot of people that I follow have been raving about how good these are and YES I agree. My filling was peanut butter and blackcurrant jam.. Oh lord! These guys has few shops around London city if you cant make it to the market. I will join these Instagram hypers – DO IT!



Lovely little market and a very special day.

I am already waiting my next holiday, luckily I have a week off in couple of weeks. I have started to do my own morning routine and exercises, so far so good! I have only started doing these ( it’s been two days ) but feel my day flows very differently.. I have never been a morning person and always thought people can’t change but maybe I was wrong. I will be posting updates how I’m getting on mainly on Instagram – Should I write a full post in here? Let me know your views in here or Instagram, really interested to hear. Do you exercise yourself? would you want to start? If you workout or do yoga/meditation what benefits have you experienced? Ping me a message and check out my Instagram account @thevegescandi

thevegescandi x


Brighton weekend

I haven’t had nice chilled Brighton weekend for a while and last weekend was exactly what I needed – friends, bit of shopping and organising our house. Have to admit that often I overbook myself, so these chilled weekends are so precious! Brighton as a city is really chilled place, but also so vibrant – events, gigs and workshops happening all the time. If you haven’t been yet, time to book a train or a flight to come see this place.

We were planning to do a trip to Ikea the other weekend, but ended up staying in London for longer so that got cancelled, instead we went in last Friday… I’ve wanted to get couple of frames up for ages on our living room wall so was pretty excited about this. The idea was to have black and white photo collage. I bought that Finland city – poster from Helsinki last December and planning to build the collage around it. Where do you get your pictures framed? I’m still a newbie in this so all the advises welcome!


After living in London for few years, it really made me appreciate nature and home. London life can be fabulous and great, but definitely not for everyone. I spent all my summers on the country side whilst growing up so probably this was one of the reasons why I fell in love with the beach in Brighton. 

For 3 years I have wanted to buy a professional camera and last week I did it!! If you’re looking into buying one I can really recommend Sony. My Camera is Sony a6000 with 50mm 1.8 Lens, great for food photography and great for anything really. Super happy with it 🙂 Had to take my camera for a test drive with a friend and actually ended up spending a lovely Saturday afternoon with her. If you’re looking for a nice cafe in Hove, The Flour Pot Bakery is awesome.

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Sunday we had more coffees and some vegan cakes at Sugar Dough, 18 Market St, Brighton. Really cute cafe in the South Lanes. I’ve never had a chocolate mud cake before, but this was ace! Favourite barista style coffee at the moment got to be oat milk Flat White, if you haven’t had one please do!!




There is something about Sundays in Brighton, I don’t know how to explain or describe it other than having that feeling of Sunday – sounds silly but I’m sure people who live in this city feels the same. The feel of community, we all managed another week, charging batteries for the coming week. We often go to a pub on Sundays, have a couple of beers, see friends or family and eat Sunday roast. Everyone is super relaxed and just enjoying themselves. Long walks on the sea front.. The list goes on – living the best life possible and remembering to be grateful for it all, everything and everyone.


Couple of shops we went in the North Laines, I fell in love with… And I know already where my next pay check goes haha! So one of them is this beautiful body and hair care shop called Aesop – check them out

Just the shop on it’s own has such a unique and beautiful look, you want to buy everything from there… Or maybe it’s just me?




Another one is called Lucy and Yak, selling ethical fashion. Their shop opened in Brighton few weeks ago and this was my first visit, but will be back there soon. Beautiful summer wear – just in time for the music festival season too! Unfortunately I don’t have any pictures from there, but please go and check out their website, I want to buy all their designs – Lucy and Yak

And to finish off – this picture was taken just before I got soaking wet, can see that storm coming along the coast… Had a brilliant weekend, more of these please!




Weekend in Helsinki


This holiday was so needed. I travelled to Finland and spent a lovely weekend in Helsinki with some friends and actually got to do quite a lot. People who know me, I’m always doing stuff so it felt quite natural to be out n’ about the whole time. If you are planning a visit to Helsinki, I would recommend to stay at least 4 days.





Flight from London to Helsinki was absolutely fine. I travelled with Norwegian that is one of the cheapest airlines from London to Finland. I think they are pretty good considering the pricing and overall.  Do you like making friends while you’re travelling? I always make new friends in the plane, specially if I’m travelling on my own, mainly because I’m afraid of flying and also you get to hear the greatest life stories! This time I talked about David Bowie with this older man who was travelling to Finland to see his son who is married with a Finnish woman.

I had those coriander soy noodles at Cafe Bar No 9 in Helsinki. They were ok, would say 7/10. I have noticed it’s pretty difficult to be vegan while you’re travelling because all these places would have one dish for you and it’s normally Falafel in a wrap. Any experiences?? I loose my interest really easily if I keep having the same stuff. I should have done more research as well, so I blame myself this time 😀 Home cooking options and supermarkets are the next level though comparing to the UK. You have got so many options and products there to cook with. I always feel like a little kid going into the supermarket in Finland, always so excited!8CD96B1A-41B5-4359-B9B7-460CFA86DBCE

Pretty much all the snow was melted in Helsinki, but it was still very beautiful. All these colourful streets and alleyways in Ullanlinna, Helsinki.




Nicest areas to stay in Helsinki I would say are Eira, Ullanlinna, Kamppi and Punavuori. This is if you’re travelling to the country as a tourist and want to be in central Helsinki, in walking distance to everything.

9E6D7D7B-6073-45FF-8C58-A8E1F2249F86One really fun thing we did this Friday was Yrjönkadun uimahalli, this is a day Spa with 3 different saunas and it’s only 15 euros for an entry. Good heads up though, they have women’s days separate from guys because most of the people swim naked in here. You can wear a swimming suit, but pretty much everyone is naked so it just feels natural. Also with that 15 euros you get a little cabin upstairs where you can change and you’ll have a waitress  – obviously we had some champagne! It felt like the place had so much history and character. Such a nice afternoon xx




Saturday went drinking cocktails at the Helsinki Drink Festival. Was so nice to see all these Finnish companies and brands to stand in one place. Two of my favourites from the night must have been Koskenkorva vodka and Napue gin.



Gin – Tonic – Cranberries – Rosemary




Hopefully next time the weather is a bit warmer, it was only -6 degrees but I’m starting to feel like it’s time for the summer – don’t you think?




Until next time Finland …. Where to next?


Homemade Dark Chocolate

Dark chocolate with raspberries, pistachio and coconut.

I have dreamt about homemade chocolate for so long – finally got all the ingredients together and made this. This recipe is really easy and goes perfectly with puddings or to have on its own. I love having this choco with ice cream.

Often we buy the cheapest ingredients, but when it comes to dishes like this – with better quality ingredients you will have nicer, silkier and more flavoursome chocolate.

For this recipe you will need a freezer, small pan and a small tray to lay the chocolate mix.




4tbsp Coconut Oil

4tbsp Raw Cocoa

2tbsp Almond Butter

2tbsp Buckwud maple syrup

Coconut flakes (wanted amount)

Raspberries (wanted amount)

Pistachios (wanted amount)


Place your tray into a freezer. Heat up the coconut oil in a small pan, so it melts but do not boil it as this will affect the flavour of your chocolate. Add raw cocoa, almond butter and maple syrup and mix well. Take out the tray from your freezer and pour the chocolate mix into the tray. crush and cut your pistachios and raspberries. Sprinkle these and coconut flakes into your chocolate mix and place the tray back in the freezer. Take out after 20 minutes or once you want to serve the chocolate. Enjoy!!

thevegescandi x


Kleen Kitchen’s Raw Vegan Workshop

Happy Friday!

Sorry guys it’s been awhile, I have been busy with my day job and all other stuff happening. Something new and exciting I did last week, I went to this raw vegan cooking workshop with Kleen Kitchen and it was absolutely brilliant. We went in, not knowing a lot about raw cooking, but the only thing we really needed was a sweet tooth!


That evening we learned to make energy balls, vegan cashew cheese (super excited about this!!) and a snickers style chocolate caramel tart. This was my first workshop that I have ever attended and really recommend you guys to try different ones you might have locally. You’ll get to meet different people with similar interest and learn to make something new, such a nice way to spend an evening. AC3E2617-93D5-4C43-8C24-E7D18F8CC10E

675D97C8-FE20-454C-8BF6-73ED39E68465The workshop was organised in this really cool little work space in central Brighton and everything was waiting us, ingredients, recipes and these goodie bags we got to take home in the end of the evening. I didn’t really have any expectations, but I’m so happy I went. I have previously made energy balls at home, but she used few more ingredients that I wouldn’t have thought about using so learnt something new anyway!

One of the sweet treats was this snickers style chocolate caramel tart. So good and easy to make! Did you know, that depending on if you place dates in cold or boiling water the flavour changes? If you’re trying to achieve caramelised flavour, add the dates in boiling water for 30 minutes and non-caramelised in cold water for 10 minutes. You make three layers – nut mix base, caramel filling with peanuts and chocolate topping. We decorated the tart with crushed peanuts, but you could use really anything on this. Next time when I am making one, I will want to try raspberries and pistachio – new vegan choco favourite. Look at this tart!! YUM.D6F8B87C-9D62-4E36-B011-E255F2A42B7CSo many people have asked me how to make vegan cheese and to be honest I haven’t had a clue! Still not a master on this, but will definitely know a bit about the whole process. I will need to make another post once I have tried this with the recipe I got from the workshop. We tasted loads of different ones, but the base in all of them was made with Cashews. The one thing that I didn’t know previously is, that you will need probiotic powder capsules to make your plant based cheese to get the right texture and flavour. 300D9C1B-CD93-4596-AE31-CA0B49381E28In the end of the workshop we had a little competition to decorate this beautiful chocolate orange cake and I won!! I got to take her homemade granola with me as a price. I have been having it with soya yogurt, almond butter and blueberries in the mornings – so good and healthy!79AC2111-15B3-463B-A2D3-8EA0D0F1C7C53A89F656-CC08-4A31-9D41-397444DF7FA5Do some research, go out and meet up with people in your area.

I was the happiest girl after the workshop and it made me realise, that this is what I want to be doing for living. Not sure what that will be yet, but it’s something related to food and making other people happy through great food.

thevegescandi x




Year of wellbeing

Did you make any promises to yourself on New Years? What I’ve learned from last year is to make realistic plans, and that life style changes take a lot of time. Last New Years Eve I said that I would drop my body fat down to 4-10%. This definitely didn’t happened and now I was a bit wiser and more realistic. I have set few fitness goals and also thinking ways to improve my general health, but don’t have any specific goals and it’s better this way.

Do you ever feel when you have a number or specific day that you have more pressure to achieve something? And are you more likely to fail? I definitely feel that way. Do your best and remember to enjoy life. Long term goals are the best and usually better for your health all together. There are so many diets for example where you lose 5-10 kg within X amount of time, but the thing is that if you’re not changing your lifestyle or bad habits, those kilograms are going to come back and all that hard work was for nothing.

“You are what you eat”, wouldn’t say this is entirely true but our food diet has the biggest impact on our health, how we feel physically and mentally, as well how we look. Easiest way to control my weight has been plant-based diet. I’m not saying that everyone should go vegan because it doesn’t work like that, but by eating more veg and cutting meat intake you will feel and see a difference in your body after few weeks. I went to see a doctor few weeks ago and she said well to “eat all the colours of the rainbow”, something we should all remember.

I got so many plans for this year, but haven’t taken the time to sit down and write them down. Sometimes it’s good to write things down, they feel more real for some reason. Have you thought about yours yet, what would you like to achieve 2019?

I want to make this year the best one yet.

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One of those rainy winter weekends in Brighton – I wanted to go for a run this morning despite the rain and 5 degrees celsius… I still sometimes make excuses to myself so that I wouldn’t go, but that’s ok we all do that. You would much rather stay in bed with your morning coffee and watch your favourite show right? And you know sometimes you need to do that as well, I love my coffee and Gilmore Girls on a Saturday morning!



Anyways I went for run and really happy I did. My mind felt so much clearer and body energised. It’s really hard to describe the feeling – you have to go and experience it yourself. My new favourite thing to listen on my run is a nutrition podcasts. It takes my mind out of the physical performance and teaches me stuff at the same time. So I learn and improve my fitness, how great is this!


After my run and a smoothie we went to grab some brekkie with my boyfriend’s family and I was happily surprised about the place! The cafe is in Brighton and it was called the Edendum. Great coffee and food – if you know me you know how much I drink and love coffee. Will need to go back to do some more research on this… Delicious food and really friendly staff. Perfect lunch.




This place is not far from my day job so they’re gonna see me soon hehe!

I also wanted to show you guys what I posted on Instagram yesterday. For the first time I tried these sweet potato slices and they turned out great. Sliced sweet potato with olive oil, coconut cheese, jalapeno, and herbs – yum! If you’re vegetarian, option to have them with cheddar instead of coconut cheese. Perfect party snack!


I am currently doing a dry Jan, that is pretty boring btw! But if you are too, or just not into drinking that much this SeedLip non-alcoholic spirit tastes like Gin – great alternative. Go and check out their website

Hope you’re having a lovely weekend!

thevegescandi x


Finnish style Cabbage Rolls

One of my childhood favourites was my Isoäiti’s (Grandma’s) cabbage rolls and now being a plant-based eater, I wanted to take the challenge on and create my own version of them as close to the flavour that I can remember. The challenge in this case was the fact that grandma uses beef mince as the main ingredient. Soy sauce and balsamic vinegar are two main ingredients that I use to create “salty meat” flavours. I would say, that if you are a vegan or vegetarian that doesn’t like the flavour of meat or anything that reminds you of meat – this recipe is not for you. Cabbages are in season in the summer, so save this recipe for later as well!


History doesn’t tell us where cabbage rolls originally came from, but there are trades in Jewish cooking around 2000 years ago. Also some of the first recipes came from Romania and the North Pole. In Sweden and Finland the traditional cabbage rolls are eaten with cranberry sauce and boiled potatoes. I am not a big fan of boiled potatoes so I served the cabbage rolls only with cranberry sauce.

So how can you make these delicious vegan version, Nordic rolls at home?

For this recipe you will need:

  • Fan oven
  • Large oven tray
  • Foil
  • Large pot
  • Small pot
  • Large pan
  • Scale
  • Colander


  • 1 Savoy Cabbage
  • Olive oil
  • 1 Vegetable stock cube


  • 100 g Pearl Barley
  • 50 g Red Lentils
  • 300 g of Quorn Mince
  • 125 g Chestnut Mushrooms
  • 3 Garlic Cloves
  • 1 White Onion
  • 4 tbsp of Balsamic Vinegar
  • 3 tbsp of Light Soy Sauce
  • 2 tbsp/ 10 Sprays of Liquid Smoke
  • 1 tsp of Dijon Mustard
  • 1 tbsp of Paprika
  • 1 tbsp of Marjoram
  • 1 tsp of Salt
  • 1 tsp of Pepper


You want to start by removing the hard stem of the cabbage to make the cooking process quicker. See picture below. Add cabbage into the large pot and boil for 10-15mins.


You don’t want to over cook the cabbage because the leaves will break later on when you’re trying to roll them up. Once this is done, place the pot to the side to cool down and save some of the boiled cabbage water as we’re going to need it later on.


Rinse out the pearl barley and place in the smaller pot. Bring to boil and let it simmer for 25mins. After 15mins of cooking the barley, add red lentils into the boiling water. Remember to stir. After 25 minutes, drain the water and set aside.


Finely cut the onion, garlic and mushrooms. Add onions and garlic into a large pan with some olive oil. Cook until golden brown and add Quorn mince and mushrooms into the pan. The Quorn mince that I used was frozen so I cooked for approx 5mins before adding any spices. Add all the rest of the filling ingredients herbs and spices to your mix and cook on a low heat until you are happy with the flavour. Stir in the pearl barley and red lentils, cooking for another 5mins.



 The mix feels quite dry at this point but remember that the cabbage rolls will be cooking in water so we don’t want to make the filling too wet at this stage.

Pour some olive oil into a large oven tray and spread it all over with kitchen towel or a baking brush.

And now we need to start rolling…


You want to cut the end of those leaves off so it’s easier to roll. Place some mix on top of the leaf as shown in the picture above.



Once you have finished rolling, pour some of the cabbage water on top of the cabbage rolls and place the dish into the oven for 10 minutes in 225 celsius. While the cabbage rolls are cooking in the oven, boil some water in a kettle and pour this into a bowl and add the vegetable stock cube. Mix well with a fork.

Take out the tray and pour this vegetable stock water on top of the cabbage rolls so that the bottom of the tray has liquid all over.


Use the tin foil from earlier to cover up the tray and place it back to the oven. Cook the dish another 30 – 45 mins in lower heat at 175 celsius.


Serve with cranberry sauce and enjoy!


thevegescandi x

Glazed Doughnuts

Was I the happiest girl today – I found a vegan doughnut cafe in Brighton and really close to my work. The cafe is called Glazed and it’s next to the Level Park. There aren’t many doughnut cafes around and specially not vegan ones, so this is super!

The Cafe has such a nice vibe – few tables and laid back atmosphere. You can have a cup of coffee and play some Nintendo, perfect spot to meet up with your friends and try some doughnuts after work.

The shop has two owners and I was lucky enough to meet one of them briefly today. They opened Glazed about three years ago. They felt that Brighton didn’t have any great places for doughnuts even though it was famous for them. They started practising and creating their own recipes and Glazed was born. The reason for specifically vegan doughnuts were to reach out for me people and make the cafe environmentally friendly. All the coffee is served with plant-based milk and the doughnuts are 100% vegan- the dream!


This time around I got some take-away doughnuts as I needed to rush home, but can confirm the rumours – these are great doughnuts! And they have got really good selection of flavours in the shop but get there early as they sell out quick.

All the goodness we got to enjoy today…





Next time you are in Brighton and on the hunt for something sweet, go and check these guys out!

You can find Glazed also on Instagram: @Glazed_Coffee

thevegescandi x


Vegan Mushroom Wellington

Wellington is originally from Ireland, so this isn’t really a Scandinavian dish but I’ve always wanted to create my own version of it. What makes your Christmas? For me it’s always been pastries, heavier food and wine… Have chocolate for breakfast, who cares it’s Christmas right??

It was so exciting to go to a supermarket in Finland, as funny as this may sound… Something I have in common with my boyfriend is that we both love supermarkets. I’ve really started to love food shopping and this time we had a chance to do this in Finland. There is so many options and brands for vegetarians as well for vegans. Earth Control is a great Nordic brand for snacking or cooking, healthy and delicious! I wanted to give the Wellington a Christmassy flavour by using Earth Control’s Salad Mix with nuts and dried fruit. This way you get protein and natural sweetness.

If you live in Finland, Sweden or Denmark go and check out their product selection. Hopefully the business will expand and this way we’ll get their products to the UK too.

 Link to Earth Control’s website




Veggie Wellington is pretty easy dish when you’ve got the right ingredients and the right puff pastry. There are many versions out there, but here is mine.





Olive Oil

400g Chestnut Mushrooms

2 Garlic Cloves

1 Red Onion

200g Mix of Fruit and Nuts – Earth Control

100g of Red Organic Lentils

1 Sweet Red Pepper

Chopped Chive

Dried garlic

Black pepper

Sea Salt


Puff Pastry

Oat/Soy Cream



Start by getting your puff pastry out so it can get to room temperature, so it’s easier to roll. Next heat up your oven to 225 degrees celsius. Dice your mushrooms, onion, garlic, sweet pepper and chive. Blend all the nuts and fruit in a blender. Add some olive oil into a large pan, adding the onion and garlic. Once they turn golden brown, add all the rest of the ingredients for the filling. Leave the mix to cool down before adding into the pastry. While your filling is cooling down, take some baking paper and on top of it roll the puff pastry so t’s a little thinner and a bit wider. Place your filling in the middle of one half of the pastry, so you can roll it over and then fold under both ends. Gently make few cuts on top of your pastry and brush the top with oat or soy cream. Place your dish in to the middle section of your oven for 30min until golden brown. This really depends on your oven, so keep an eye on your tray. Let to cool down and decorate with chopped chive.



Next one I’m going to try is with Spinach and vegan cheese! Such a great Sunday comfort food. PS. Try your Vegan Wellington with mustard… So tasty!

All images taken by jonnahelinphotography

thevegescandi x