On November 5, 2016, surrounded by 150 family and friends, Chris and Chelsea tied the knot. Officiated by a friend of the bride, Chris and Chelsea opted for a key locking ritual reminiscent of the “love locks” that adorned the Pont des Arts bridge in Paris. Cupcakes and the iconic Pittsburgh cookie table were enjoyed followed by a family group dance honoring Chris’s 90 year-old grandparents to the Circle Song by Harry Chapin. Later in the evening, the couple and guests were entertained by hilarious karaoke performances. It was a beautiful day.