Two spotlights in one week--how lucky are you guys? The stunning Giselle is getting married tomorrow (to her ballroom dancing partner!) and her designs are coming together beautifully. We can't wait to see the entire event as a whole. We actually designed for her sister's wedding a couple of years ago, and so to have this family be a return-client is a huge compliment! This is a family full of beautiful girls all around, and we absolutely love having the privilege of adding beautiful flowers to their big days. Enjoy the spotlight, everyone, and best wishes tomorrow, Giselle!
photo courtesy of beyond the darkroom photography
How did you meet?
We both compete in ballroom dance and we met each other through mutual friends a few years back.
What did you do for your first date?
I (Giselle) had never seen any of the Star Wars movies, so one weekend we decided to start having a marathon watching them. We were inseparable after that and became best friends.
Who said, “I love you first?”
I (Giselle) did. He wouldn’t say it unless I did. :)
What are the most unique things about your relationship?
Something unique about us is that we became a dance partnership before we got engaged. We both have a passion for ballroom dancing and without it we wouldn’t have met each other.
What are your favorite qualities about each other?
She says: Some of the things that I love most about Michael are how he is such a hard worker and does whatever possible to make me happy. He loves so surprise me and make me laugh. There isn’t a day that goes by that he doesn’t tell me I’m beautiful. He is a family man and has such a warm and loving heart. He has made me happier than I have ever been and I can’t wait to marry him!
1. Love how you can make anyone smile in a room.
2. Love your eyes and smile & and how your eyes light up.
3. Love how hard working you are.
4. Love the way you crinkle your nose and the faces you give me.
5. Love how you take care of yourself.
6. Love how much you take care of others.
Where will you go on your honeymoon?
Tell us a bit about your even concept: