According to Chelsie Hill, his husband Jay Bloomfield is not a fan of surprises, but that didn’t stop her from planning a big surprise.
Chelsie, who uses a wheelchair, planned to walk down the aisle at her wedding.
As shared in her Instagram post, Chelsie has been paralyzed from the waist down since 2010.
She later founded the Rollettes, a Los Angeles-based wheelchair dance troop.
“I want to stress that there’s nothing wrong with sitting down in your chair,” Hill said. “But for me growing up, I always imagined myself walking down the aisle.”
A bride who uses a wheelchair surprised her groom by walking down the aisle at their wedding https://t.co/HbsqfiAuty— Insider Life (@InsiderLife) November 15, 2021
“And I just wanted to feel that — not that my disability has taken anything away from me — but I just wanted to feel that heart to heart and stand up there eye to eye with him,” she added. “That was just really something significant to me personally.”
She used leg braces and a walker to make her dream a reality.