This story begins a lot like other second chance stories. It’s with deep gratitude and adoring love for each other that Veronique and Gerard found their second chance in each other.
It’s never too late to find love. Just ask Halley and Lou who reconnected over Facebook after 30 years.
Straight out of a romantic comedy with lots of smiles and laughs, Mallory and Tim pledged “to be each other’s person” at Pittsburgh Botanic Gardens.
As some couples are choosing to wed in smaller size, intimate celebrations like elopements and microweddings have increased in popularity. In the time of COVID-19, the latest type of nuptial is the “minimony” followed by a sequel wedding or reception at a later date.
High school teachers Melissa and Scott planned their wedding together in the way that most couples do: Melissa made the decisions and Scott agreed to them!
In 2019, the average Pittsburgh wedding cost over $30K! Pittsburgh’s got plenty of creative places and spaces to host the perfect wedding. Luckily for you, I’ve already scouted the best places in our city for your elopement or small wedding.
Wee Weddings recently partnered with Emily Van Scoy and Co. for on-site bridal hair and makeup services.
Nature is always present to remind us of these lovely colors. Nature helps us remember love. Nature never wears a false-coat over the color of it’s spirit. It reminds us to let our spirit run free.
Gorgeous wintery colors for Brittany and Ian. Features of birch, eucalyptus, fog, and navy for this custom suite. Stamped with a wax seal (who does that anymore?). Simple, so chic.
When you hold love within your heart, you radiate a light, which shines brightest when you’re together. With love to light the way, you can meet any challenge together.
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.
Picture it: Christmastime in downtown Pittsburgh at the quirky, contemporary Hotel Monaco. The flurry of holiday shoppers, families and friends spreading good cheer.
On November 5, 2016, surrounded by 150 family and friends, Chris and Chelsea, owners of Wee Weddings, tied the knot.
Pitt alums, Kacey and Chris, wanted to show off the love for their alma mater with the perfect navy and gold suite. Hail 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!
A bicycle built for two – the theme for Sandra and Stephen – accompanied by grey and pink. Sweet, subtle, stylish.
This non-traditional couple wed under the tree-lined yard at Pointbreezeway in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Pittsburgh. The rustic theme was enhanced with pops of yellow sunflowers.
More formal than usual, bride Nicki Brenneman and her fiancé Michael wanted purple ranunculus illustrations with classic yet contemporary script. One of the most gorgeous designs I’ve made to date.
We just finished working with a bride-to-be for her wedding suite: save the dates, invites, and rsvp cards! Together, we designed the cutest bird theme with birch trees, all based on her unique vision.