Danielle Forsyth and Anthony Sindone at their reception.

Danielle Forsyth and Anthony Sindone at their reception. Credit: Patken Photographer

After Anthony Sindone spotted Danielle Forsyth in his freshman English class at Nassau Community College, she was all he could think of.

"School was never my thing. I was barely there to begin with," Sindone, now 27, said. "But once I saw Danielle in class, I couldn't focus."

It took him a few weeks to gather the courage to approach her. They had their first date in October 2014 at Mama's Pizzeria and Restaurant in Copiague.

"We had a lot in common...We just clicked," Forsyth, 27, said.

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From the beginning, they said, their relationship was easy — not a lot of fights or drama. Even when he goes out with his friends, Sindone said he usually asks Forsyth to come along.

"Honestly, I don't hang out without Danielle," he said.

In December 2021, Sindone convinced Forsyth to visit the Waterdrinker Family Farm & Garden in Manorville. They usually went in the summer for the sunflower field, Forsyth said, but Sindone suggested they take a Christmas photo there.

She had an inkling something was up — a ring appeared on his Instagram Explore page and the day they went to the farm, she said her parents were up early and hugged her goodbye. On the way there, Sindone barely ate his bagel.

At the farm, a photographer approached and asked to take their picture. "I almost said no because I didn't want to pay," Forsyth said.

But she agreed and her suspicions were confirmed when Sindone proposed. 

On July 13, 2023, they were married at the Watermill in Smithtown. And this May, they are expecting a baby boy.

"We're so excited!" Forsyth said.

Danielle Forsyth and Anthony Sindone.

Danielle Forsyth and Anthony Sindone. Credit: Patken Photographer


The couple wed and held their reception at the Watermill in Smithtown.


The Watermill catered the reception. A highlight was their band, R3 Brothers Music — "without a doubt the best the industry has to offer," Forsyth said. They spent about $60,000 on the wedding.


The couple vacationed in Greece.


"Perfect" by Ed Sheeran


Five things Sindone and Forsyth can't live without when it comes to the other: family, love and support, communication, making memories and that they make a good team.



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