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Lindsay and Graham - Embassy Suites Pittsburgh wedding
Every time I do a blog post I end up talking about the weather in Pittsburgh.....and Chrissy makes fun of me for it....BUT SERIOUSLY, THE WEATHER IN PITTSBURGH! Lindsay and Graham had the rain gods with them for their wedding. It poured many times through the day but we were never outside for it! When it was time to go outside we got some awesome clouds over downtown (from Mount Washington overlook) and when we got back to Embassy Suites they had nothing but sunshine. They deserved every bit of sunshine they got, too! Lindsay and Graham are two of the sweetest people and their love for everyone shines through!
From the bride and groom: " We want to have a pretty, classy yet VERY fun and lively wedding"
Best piece of advice for other couples planning their wedding: "It can be helpful to get ideas from family and friends but can quickly become very overwhelming. In the end your wedding day is about you and your fiancé and you have to make decisions that best fit your style, budget, and wishes for the day! Take the time to spend days together planning and doing things wedding related. Make it a date!"
The Pittsburgh vendors who made it all Possible!
Photography: Tyler Norman Photography
Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Men's attire: Jos. A Bank
Cake and desserts: Bethel Bakery
Band: The Bachelor Boys Band
Florist: Parkway Florist
Catering: Embassy Suites downtown
Pittsburgh wedding photography - Embassy Suites downtown Pittsburgh wedding
New Year's Eve is one of the most fun days of the year to photograph a wedding! Not only is it NEW YEARS EVE, but it's also a day when everyone is over the moon happy! The two combined make for an AWESOME day and celebration! Emily and Aaron had such a beautiful day at the Renaissance in downtown Pittsburgh. The Farmer's Daughter did an amazing job with the ceremony backdrop and all the flowers for the day...it was unlike anything we had ever seen at the Renaissance! We will let the images speak for themselves, but SERIOUSLY, if you're thinking about a New Year's Eve wedding....DO IT!