Bus breaks down on the way to the wedding? No problem. Power outage at the reception? The bride did not care. A string of unfortunate events attempted to derail a Virginia bride's big day, but nothing was getting in the way of her happiness.
"I just had finished up with another disabled vehicle and I saw their vehicle — the bus — at the emergency pull off with a wedding party that was standing outside of it with 12 to 15 people with gowns and tuxedos," Virginia State Trooper Donald Thornton said.
Once the new ride arrived, they were off, with the help of Trooper Don.
"He turned his lights on so that we could scootch into traffic," Chelsie Schrum said.
But the bumps in the road didn't stop there. After the ceremony, there was another issue.
"We get in there, the power is out for two hours. They can't make the food, the drinks are getting warm. The cake is melting," Chelsie Schrum said.
Through it all, Chris and Chelsea Schrum said the couple, Casey and Scott, weren't fazed.
"Nothing has bothered her. We're like, 'Casey, the bus is broken down.' She's like, 'Fine.' Then we're like, 'There's no power' and she's like, 'Fine. I'm still getting married,'" Chelsie Schrum said.
And that they did.