From lighter-hearted yet emotional vows to the support of all their friends and family, it was a dreamy day for Erin and Michael. Our bride, walked with her parents to a collection of eclectic music surrounded by blue skies and budding trees. This PGH Botanical Garden wedding day venue provided a natural, intimate feel filled with natural beauty — aka flowers galore!
Julie James designed an array of special arrangements including an abundance of greenery along with light touches of whites and ivory. A mix of round guest tables and long king’s tables were lined with navy blue linens and touches of pink and gold. The dark and light tones of the day contrasted against each other perfectly.
The couple added their own personal touch in many different areas of the botanical garden wedding, including: hand-script name cards by the bride, a time capsule with love notes from guests, and of course no Pittsburgh wedding is complete without the cookie table. We even welcomed The Wedding Cookie Table group to photograph the impressive cookie table, all baked by friends and family of the Bride and Groom!
Blue skies quickly disappeared once dinner service began and guests dined under a clear top tent… and dark clouds with lightning storms. It was fantastic! Erin and Michael danced the night away enjoying the best day of their lives! Congrats E+M
- Venue: PGH Botanic Garden
- Getting Ready & First Look: Hotel Monaco
- Rentals and Linens: Ambassador Tent Rentals
- Photography: Weddings by Ryan & Kate
- Bakery: Tasty Bakery
- Florist: Julie James Floral Design
- Catering: Big Burrito
- Lighting and Entertainment: DJ Eric Schiemer
- Transportation: WL Roenigk
- Hair and Makeup: Paige Boyce Salon