WE DID IT!! After years of just talking about it, I’m happy to announce and share the images from our Carrie Furnace wedding inspiration shoot! Now, I’ve had the pleasure of being involved in styled inspiration shoots in the past—but this one is special to me.
If you don’t know, Carrie Furnace was built in 1907 (and now a National Historic Landmark.) The furnaces produced iron for the Homestead Works until 1978. They tower 92 feet over the Monongahela River and at one time produced over 1000 tons of iron a day.
The site is now used for educational tours and incredible events and weddings (they even hosted the American Ninja Warriors.) They also participate in a graffiti exchange program and support independent artists.
The texture, the story, the color—it’s all incredibly inspiring!
We had a superbly talented team of individuals, and everyone brought their A game. I could wax poetic, but I’ll let the photos do the talking.
Thank you for taking a look! Be sure to check out the team that made everything possible as well!
Wedding Photographers: Michael Will Photographers
Florist/Design: Mt. Lebanon Floral
Wardrobe Stylist: Christina Imberlina
Event Planners: Poppy Events
Hair/MU: Hannah Conard
Gowns/Wardrobe: One Enchanted Evening
Dress One: Lillian West 6462
Dress Two: Justin Alexander 9839
Dress Three: Allure 9215
Stationary: Blush Paper Company
Cake: Madison Ave Cakes
Rentals: All Occasions, Vintage Alley, Mosaic
Bride: Maya Beatty
Groom: Zachary Barzanty
Carrie Furnace Wedding Photography