Gintare Macijauskaite or “Mac”
Kathryn & Joseph travelled from San Francisco to enjoy the romance and excitement of the perfect Paris elopement. They celebrated their wedding, bathed in bright sunshine in the beautiful and historic Luxembourg Gardens. Their tailored ceremony included traditions that reflected their Italian, Hungarian and Chinese heritage.
A personal note from Joseph Ansanelli – “Thanks again for an amazing wedding.”
Kathryn – “Thank you so much for making the day so incredibly special. Your words and thoughtfulness truly made our wedding. . Thank you again! You will always be so special to us.”
Gintare was born in Lithuania. She completed her classical piano degree at the Academy of Music and Theater, after which she continued her musical journey in France and Italy. Yes, Gintare is a musician, and this area has no limits to professionalism, excellence and perfection when it comes to presenting in front of a crowd.
You may be questionning how she became a celebrant: openness to new inspirations.
The paths of pianist and celebrant have much in common: what the musician conveys with the technique and spirit of the fingers, the celebrant expresses it all orally in the the same way. And at the end, the goal of both is to create one single and most memorable and magical moment.