The Pennsylvanian Wedding
Allison & Robbie are such wonderful couple and had a beautiful day. The wedding ceremony was at the Saints John and Paul Parish and reception at The Pennsylvanian downtown. The wedding theme was vintage travel and tied into The Pennsylvanian being an old train station. The colors were black and ivory with burberry plaid accents and colors. You can also check out their Southside engagement pictures here!
Their favorite moments of the day were Robbie’s – seeing Allison for the first time when she walked down the aisle with her dad, she looked absolutely breathtaking! Allison’s – seeing all of our friends and family who were there to love and support us.
Saints John and Paul Roman Catholic Parish
What a marvelous and breathtaking church in the heart of quaint small town Sewickley. The stained glass windows are intricate and truly astonishing.
Fun fact- The Pennsylvanian was originally built for use as Pittsburgh Union Station! The entrance is a beautiful dome shaped rotunda which is the perfect spot for a photo opt, ceremony space, or even cocktail hour! Arched openings let natural night stream in amidst the gorgeous incandescent lights. The Rotunda is without a doubt one of the most exquisite locations in Pittsburgh!
The Grand Hall
The beautiful arches, marble floors, and 40-foot vaulted ceilings create a timeless, ornate and beautiful space for a reception. The Grand Hall is 11,000 square feet of reception space. The glamorous walls make the room feel nothing short of classy and sophisticated.
Want more!? Check out Kay & Mike’s Engagement Shoot or Erica & Peter’s Wedding both at The Pennsylvanian!
Ceremony: Saints John and Paul Parish
Reception: The Pennsylvanian
Stationary: More Than Words
Hair: Janet Carbacio
MUA: Shelby Dines
Caterer: Rania’s Catering
DJ: Jeremy Ganss Productions
Wedding Photographer: michaelwill photographers
Honeymoon: Paris, France
First Dance: Home – Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeroes
daniellabean photography says
These photos are perfectly dreamy… love your work.