A chic, Tiffany & Co. theme for Jenna. The bride and her MoH wanted to avoid the busy glitter look, so we focused on the Tiffany blue with some subtle accents and a custom monogram for the couple. So bold, versatile, and fashionable. This color combo has been gaining popularity in weddings over the last[…]
Picture it: Christmastime in downtown Pittsburgh at the quirky, contemporary Hotel Monaco. The flurry of holiday shoppers, families and friends spreading good cheer. It was the perfect backdrop for Kayla and Joe’s elopement. After years of friendship, this adorable couple tied the knot pop-up style in the hotel’s living room. Folks nearby picked up on the ceremony and clapped and cheered for the happy couple! It was one of the most special moments of the season.
On a sunny Saturday morning in mid-July, a few of us gathered to join Heather and Leslie under the mighty oaks of the West End Overlook. Downtown Pittsburgh made the perfect backdrop for such a love-filled moment. Here’s a snippet from their ceremony: Though your hands may touch, it’s your hearts that hold. When you hold love within[…]
Pitt grads, Kacey and Chris, wanted to show off the love for their alma mater with the perfect navy and gold suite. Accompanied by their on-campus save the dates shot in Oakland by friend of the couple, Bridget at Sweetface Photography, Kacey and Chris’s spirited invitation suite hails to Pitt!
Congrats to Brad and Jess! We visited the Southside’s Morning Glory Inn for these gorgeous shots. It was a small wedding, about 40 guests who stood surrounding the couple as they exchanged vows under an ivy archway.
Just a throwback to the wedding suite for the Tozer-Genovese nuptials. We created a totally non-traditional one-sheet program for the day. It’s just as adorable! The dinner tables were each decorated with a different vintage-styled bird cages with mint and peach hues. The bride wore a headband. Truly boho-chic!
All navy type on blush watercolor for the future Mr. & Mrs. Litterini. Winter weddings in Pittsburgh aren’t frequent, but this one will draw an awesome crowd.
But you’ll look sweet upon the seat Of a bicycle built for two… We will go tandem as man and wife Peddling away down the road of life –Nat King Cole A bicycle built for two – the theme for Sandra and Stephen – accompanied by grey and pink. Sweet, subtle, stylish.
While we didn’t have a Wee Wedding of our own because it was nearly impossible to narrow down our guest list, on November 5th, 2016, surrounded by 150 of our dearest family and friends, we tied the knot. Chelsea wrote the ceremony; Jon officiated. They opted for a key locking ritual reminiscent of the “love[…]
Congratulations to Nicole and Ryan, our first Wee Weddings shoot of the year. Venue: PointBreezeway Make-up: Veiled Complexions