Cory + Robin || Wedding / by Colleen Schmidt

This day. These two. I don’t even know where to start. I JUST LOVED ALL OF IT!

I knew Robin from working on a past project and when she reached out to me about documenting her wedding day I was SO excited. We met for sushi and talked way past her lunch break. I heard all about how these two lovebirds met at a concert (just like Steven and I!), their collective love for music, her improv journey and her plans to HAND DYE her wedding dress. I left that meeting ECSTATIC!

On their wedding day the weather called for rain. No problem, right?! Well, they planned an outdoor ceremony and decided to go for it rain or shine (which I LOVED). The whole time they were getting ready they were checking windows and looking at the clouds. When it was time for the ceremony—the rain started. Their family and friends laughed under umbrella’s, making the best of it! The music started and Cory made his way down the aisle, then the flower girl and then it was Robin’s turn. As soon as the door opened, it stopped raining. It gave me chills and OF COURSE I teared up. As a matter of fact, the rain stopped for the whole ceremony. As they shared their first kiss, the rain started up again and they walked down the aisle hand in hand with the BIGGEST smiles on their faces, literally drenched in love. It was one of the most amazing ceremonies I have ever witnessed and I was honored to document it!

The reception went on to be an epic dance party filled with so much love with an AMAZING playlist. When I asked them what their favorite part of the day was, they both said that dancing the night away (especially the flower girls dance moves. You need to scroll down to check it out. She was ADORABLE!).

Congratulations, you two. Thank you for letting me be a part of your amazing day!

**Robin was generous enough to share a part of their story in her words and if you have some time you should definitely check it out! Check it out here.

Enjoy their first dance song as you scroll through their amazing day!
Xoxo,
Colleen