Post # 1
My trial of Illustrator is running out today and I just realised I should probably do some Spanish sparkler packets as well as English.
Google translate has given me three versions of the following, so I wondered if any of you could help me out with it so I don’t get it totally wrong:
“Thank you for adding SPARKLE to our wedding day”
Massive amounts of thanks in advance : )
Post # 3
If it helps, I checked my Spanish dictionary and got the following two:
“brillo” – translates back to sparkle when I look it up on the Spanish side
“viveza” – translates to liveliness on the Spanish side
What I’m not sure is whether “brillo” will work as a colloquialism, in other words, maybe that word is only used to say something is physically shiney and sounds weird otherwise.
Hopefully someone else who speaks more Spanish than me can help!
Post # 4
I believe brillo is the correct word. It means sparkle or shimmer.
I’m not fluent, but I can speak some mean Spanglish. I think the best translation for your sentence would be, “Gracias por agregar el brillo a nuestro dia.”
Post # 5
Oh brilliant, thank you both so much! : )
Post # 6
Brillo means shine.. but it would totally still work for that sentence.
Post # 7
chispa (like sparklers that have sparkle)
brillo (like sparkle in her eyes)