Julie & Blaise had a beautiful January wedding! The feel was glamorous & romantic with rose-gold, champagne, and merlot colors. Heinz History Center was the perfect venue and they utilized all of the spaces. Their ceremony was in the Library and Archives room with the reception in the Great Hall—the room with the trolley ;)
They braved the cold for portraits and we had a blast photographing them! Enjoy the photos.
Heinz History Center Wedding
Famous for their Pittsburgh Streetcar/Vintage Trolley #1724 in the Grand Hall! The streetcar, which was taken out of service in 1988, was saved by the History Center seven years later and underwent a four-month restoration before moving to its current home. Such a great photo opp!
And, I would be remiss for not mentioning the Kennywood Racer also in the Grand Hall. What’s better than an actual roller coaster car from Kennywood!? Load up your entire wedding party.
The Mueller Center and Great Hall
These are the two spaces that you can have your wedding. The Great Hall has all of the character of the History Center while the Mueller is a wonderful blank space that you can transform. There is also a killer balcony off the Mueller Center that you can use for photos (hello, Pittsburgh skyline) or to host your smaller outdoor ceremonies.
Detre Library & Archives
PERFECT for wedding ceremonies! Check out these photos to see more pictures.
Want more!?! Here is a link to more weddings at the Heinz History Center and our Heinz History Center Venue Page!
Ceremony/Reception: Senator John Heinz History Center
Wedding Photographers: Michael Will Photographers
Wedding Dress: Calla Blanche
Bride’s Shoes: Ted Baker
Bridesmaid Furs: Royal Scout and Co
Groom’s Suit: Joseph A. Bank
Groom’s Shoes: Allen Edmonds
Florist: Blue Daisy Floral
DJ: Jeremy Ganss Productions
MUA: Pittsburgh Makeup
Hair: MCN Salon, Jenna
Catering: Common Plea
Cake: Butterwood Bake Consortium
Stationary: Paper On Pine
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