We wrapped up a wonderful weekend of love, music and good times last night at the Baltimore Museum of Industry as Anastasia & Jonathan became Mr. & Mrs. Robbins. The two love birds were married by one of our favorites, Officiant Heather Saul outside of the museum, overlooking the Inner Harbor with the famous Domino’s Sugar plant in the background. The ceremony was followed by a cocktail hour inside the museum and a formal introduction of the bridal party and the newlyweds to Natalie Cole’s “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)”. Mr. & Mrs. Robbins then danced their first dance to “The Way I Am” by Ingrid Michaelson and then the Father of the Bride welcomed everyone and made a toast to the newlyweds. A buffet meal and lots and lots of dancing rounded out the agenda for the evening. Other then a cake cutting, the remainder of the night was a total dance party! The Bride & Groom and their guests requested some traditional Greek music for the bride’s family and hits by artists like Flo Rida, Billy Joel, James Brown, Justin Timberlake, Wild Cherry and others kept all guests grooving. Before wishing Anastasia & Jonathan a lifetime of happiness, we played their last song/request, “Bowl For Two” by the Expendables and had their family and friends join them on the dance floor. Thanks to the entire staff at the Baltimore Museum of Industry for their kindness and to the new Mr. & Mrs. Robbins for being so wonderful to work with.