Cindy Zingerella is the Lead Consultant, Floral Designer and owner of Engaging Events. Cindy has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Hospitality Management and has been planning events for over 25 years. After experiences in Corporate, Association and Social Markets, Cindy started Engaging Events in 2004 to specialize in the type of events she loved most… Weddings. Cindy has been creating events in the Charleston area for 20 years and is very knowledgeable about the many different venues it offers. Whether you dream of a Plantation wedding, a grand ball in one of Charleston’s Historic Buildings, a laid-back Beach Wedding, an Island or Resort Wedding, Cindy has the knowledge and the contacts to make it a reality.
She leads all of our clients through the design process, working diligently to ensure their sense of style and vision for their day comes to life. Using unique furnishings and lighting from the Engaging Events warehouse, and our industry partners, she assists clients in creating the design aesthetic and atmosphere they are hoping for. She then guides our clients through their floral selections to ensure they create the finishing touch to their ceremony and reception. All of the floral designs on our website have been done by Cindy and the floral team. Our floral team only designs florals for our clients’ events, ensuring an exclusive service experience for the whole wedding weekend. Whether your floral budget is modest or generous we can help you select the perfect flowers to achieve your design goals.
Our Community Impact
Engaging Events chooses to give back to our community by making a donation for each new booking to a local nonprofit organization. The organization we chose for 2020 is L.E.A.R.N Horse Rescue. We discovered L.E.A.R.N through Cindy’s daughter, who loves everything to do with horses and horseback riding. After visiting the L.E.A.R.N campus, meeting some of the animals, and hearing the organization’s origin story, we knew that we had to support their cause in some way. We are so blessed with what we have, and we want to be able to give back to this amazing organization. To read more and support L.E.A.R.N, visit their website, Facebook page, or read this blog post about our visit!