Maddie Cory wanted the wedding to be low-key and sweet, so they held it in a Brooklyn slouch. , let Maddy guide you through the day…
“Cory and I got ready together in our apartment, as we always do on weekend mornings. We took Wally for a long walk around the neighborhood. We drank coffee and chatted about the day while relaxing on the sofa.”
“Mom came early. She never wears makeup, but we makeup artist I had time to do her thing. She was amazed at how false eyelashes can change your overall appearance.
“i got you dress Right after we got engaged. Cory had never seen her, even though she had it in her garment bag for over a year, and I loved her comfy dress with long sleeves and mock neck. “
“I also wanted party shoes, and I really like them. these are Add color and shine. Now I’m waiting for someone else’s wedding so I can wear it again. “
“Here I am smiling at my dad who was waiting to take me to the stoop. Corey and I have experienced a lot here, and this building is our home.”
“Our neighbor, Madison, was our officer. We met her and her partner when they moved into their upstairs apartment after the pandemic started. We ended up spending a lot of time together. Madison takes great care in making our ceremony beautiful. She created a great survey for Corey and me so that we could gather stories about our relationship.
“Our family and neighbors attended. I’ve lived in New York for over ten years and this is the first time I’ve made friends with a neighbor. We thought our buildings were similar.” you’re joking my neighbor seinfeldWe are always in each other’s apartments or talking in the hallway. Our downstairs neighbor just got married in the backyard, Madison publicized theirs, that too. “
“Wedding kisses are tense. It looks weird for people to kiss — it’s hard to tell if your hands are in the right place or if your face is squished — but I hope our kiss was okay!”
“During our wedding, there was traffic as usual. A garbage truck passed by and they waved and honked. signed the marriage certificate on
“The scaffolding next to our building has been erected for three years. It’s an eyesore, but it’s a perfect metaphor for the city. There’s ugly but necessary scaffolding. Corey and I have learned that the magic of New York City hinges on perspective.”
“Our stoop felt like the most special place, and I couldn’t imagine getting married anywhere else. When I walked through the door, I was sometimes tired and walked inside with a load of groceries.” But there are so many memories in this building, and some days I now think our wedding was one of them.”
Thank you very much, Maddie And Corey!
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