It was a day when Pittsburgh was just getting back into the groove after the holidays: work weeks were back in full swing and people were walking about the city and taking advantage of an unusually warm January day. As we enter the hotel room where Hannah and her ladies are getting ready, we are greeted by a “Hi Leigh and Barry!” and Hannah’s most beautiful and warm smile. Hannah jumps off of the bed and starts helping her bridal party get ready by placing sashes on her bridesmaids and the tiara on her flower girl. It is heartwarming to see how the flicker of Hannah’s smile naturally ignites smiles from her entire bridal party. Which isn’t entirely surprising because it is only natural to adore someone who is as genuine and gracious as Hannah. And, what a perfect match for Hannah- she found an equally genuine and sweet gentleman in her husband, Will.
Will and Hannah are incredibly adoring towards each other- watching them interact, you can see that “love at first sight” spark every moment they are together. Their hands are always touching when they stand or sit next to each other, their laugh becomes even larger with they join in together. They just make perfect sense. Take a look to see what I mean…
The ladies spotted Will and the groomsmen taking pictures with Barry in the street below!
The ladies’ view of down below, where Barry is showing the guys where to stand for their pictures
Hannah and Will sat next to each other on the trolley before the ceremony! Will is blindfolded in true Steeler fan fashion.
Hannah’s grandfather worked for USS Steel, so incorporating the USS Steel sign at the Heinz History Center was a must!
One of Hannah’s relatives actually drove this trolley- so special!
Because who doesn’t want a picture with a huge Heinz ketchup bottle?
I love the below image not only because Hannah and her father are dancing, but also because a special moment was caught between Will’s parents and Hannah’s mom as they watched…
Cake: Market District
Caterer: Common Plea
Ceremony Venue: McKnight United Methodist Church
DJ and Ceremony Musician: Klicker Productions
Florist: Blumengarten Florist
Hair Artistry: Greg Jockel
Makeup: Pure Beauty Makeup Artistry
Photography: Lavender Leigh
Reception Décor: Michelle Stiglitz
Reception Venue: Senator John Heinz History Center
Transportation: Molly’s Trolleys
Videography: JHC Videography