“The way you move is like a full on rainstorm
And I'm a house of cards
You're the kind of reckless
that should send me running
But I kinda know that I won't get far
And you stood there in front of me just
Close enough to touch
Close enough to hope you couldn't see
What I was thinking of
Drop everything now
Meet me in the pouring rain
Kiss me on the sidewalk
Take away the pain
'Cause I see, sparks fly,
whenever you smile.”
- Sparks Fly, Taylor Swift
Bathed in a warm golden glow from the strategically placed candles and illuminated by the softly sparkling crystal, you’d almost expect a celebrity to pop out from behind the doors. It was a night to rival the revelries of Las Vegas and as resplendent as the parties of The Great Gatsby, complete with golden confetti and an impressive shower of champagne.
For Adam and Sweyi were celebrities of their own right, dressed up to the nines and ready for a party in a daring polka-dotted suit and stunning crystal-studded gowns to make every girl jealous and envious at the same time. And like the fun-loving and cheeky partners they were, they danced in to a shower of sparklers with their enthusiastic bridal party instead of the traditional walk-in.
High-spirited and lovely, Sweyi was the perfect bride with a bashful smile that belied her playful self, sincere and caring at every turn. It’s not a surprise that when Adam first met her, he knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life by her side. And when they said “I do”, you can believe me that there wasn’t a single dry eye to be found.
For alcohol connoisseurs like Adam and Sweyi, their glitzy celebration is not complete without a tall golden glass of Moet with the iconic brand emblazoned on the side. After all, what is liquid courage if not the maker of relationships, especially when both parties share a love of drink?
But when it all came down to it, Adam and Sweyi were a couple madly in love. It was in the way he looked at her when she didn’t realise it and the sweet way that she always found his side no matter where he was in the room. And, it was in the way that sparks seemed to fly whenever they were with each other, both figuratively and literally.