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Colorful Spring Ballroom Wedding in Pennsylvania

Posted by Caitlin on Feb 26, 2014

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Lainey and Eric were married at Fourth Presbyterian Church followed by a reception at The Twentieth Century Club in Pittsburgh, Penn. on Mary 25. Since they are both architects, they chose their venue for it’s charm. “The ballroom . .  had many unique elements, including a stage, speak-easy style seating areas, and a mezzanine to overlook the whole party,” Lainey said. ” And to make it even better, the ballroom had mint colored accents to go along with our color scheme! The bride wore a strapless a-line wedding gown, accessorized with a statement necklace and earrings, while her bridesmaids wore peplum dresses, accessorized with clutches. Attached to the bottom of Lainey’s bouquet was her “something old,” which was her great-grandmother’s vintage handkerchief. We loved how it was so bright with pink peonies, yellow craspedia, orange ranunculuses, and sage green dusty millers! Guests were escorted to their seats with paper pinwheels. To their surprise, they found favor bags waiting for them filled with goodies. “The one moment from the wedding day that we enjoyed the most was our first dance,” she said. “We danced to “The Way You Look Tonight” – a cover by Maroon 5. That dance was the first time where it felt just like us during the day, and it seemed like time slowed down for a few minutes.” Just wait until you see the cake! It was decorated with rainbow sprinkles and a Lego topper.

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Photography: Hot Metal Studio | Ceremony Venue: Fourth Presbyterian Church | Reception Venue: The Twentieth Century Club | Event Coordinator: Andrew Hutchinson | Dress Designer: Alfred Angelo | Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Bridesmaid Dresses: Alfred Sung | Hair Stylist: Salon 22 | Makeup Artist: Carley Castelli | Groom’s Attire: Perry Ellis | Officiant: Michael Spicuzza | Ceremony Musician: Clark Beford | Floral Designer: Channing Baker | Cake: Carol’s Cakes | DJ: DJ Sanman | Videography: PostScript Productions

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