Meet Chelsea – resident client turned Hitched Events Event Coordinator! We thought you might like to get to know her beyond her main biography, so we’re sharing some fun tidbits, and some beautiful headshots by Shannon Skloss Photography, with you today!
What’s the last thing you watched on TV? Ferdinand the Bull with my son James.
What’s the most interesting thing about you that we wouldn’t learn from your resume alone? My family owns and operates a wine vineyard.
What do you do to get rid of stress? Play tennis… it’s a new found love for me after playing competitive soccer for 15 years of my life growing up.
What is something you are obsessed with? My kids, James and Kate, are my little sidekicks and, in my opinion, the cutest kids EVER… but I might be biased!
What’s your favorite way to waste time? Swimming and hanging out pool side with my family.
Do you have any pets? What are their names? Yes, two german shepherds, Birdie and Rambo.
If you had intro music, what song would it be? Why? “Can’t Stop The Feeling” by Justin Timberlake. This is such a catchy, upbeat song that gets everyone dancing and always puts a smile on my face when I hear it played, regardless if it’s the 100th time I have had to hear it while watching Trolls with my kids.
Who in your life brings you the most joy? My kids, James and Kate. They are my biggest accomplishment in life and I love our daily adventures.
Who had the biggest impact on the person you have become? My best friend and husband, Danny, who has supported me throughout our marriage and my career changes so that I could balance working and being a mom two our two kids and fur babies.
What’s your favorite season? Why? Fall, even though we don’t really get a fall here in Dallas. I loved fall when we lived in Chicago – when the leaves turn and the temperature begins to drop and you can bring out the fall wardrobe.
What do you bring with you everywhere you go? Wet wipes, they can be used for everything.
If you could plan your wedding again, what’s one thing you would do differently? I would get married in the spring vs. August in Dallas. It was 107 on our wedding day!