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Christy and Ryan (Carnegie Museum Wedding Reception)

Choosing the right time of year to get married can be just as important as finding the right venue and wedding vendors.  Pittsburgh offers such distinct seasons which can offer wonderful options for colors and themes.  A winter wedding was the perfect fit for Christy and Ryan’s elegant and fun reception, held at the Carnegie...

Lauren and Kyle (Soldiers and Sailors)

While almost everyone likes to have fun, there are people in the world who just ARE fun.  They can’t help but infuse their personalities into everything they do.  I feel fortunate when I get to DJ a wedding for couples like this since it’s guaranteed to be a unique and wonderful evening.  Lauren and Kyle’s...

Italia and Seth (Heinz History Center)

One of my favorite questions I’ve included in my online wedding planner regards how much the bride and groom hope to be able to dance at their reception.  Since guests want to be near the newlyweds, it’s so much fun for everyone when they plan to be dancing!  Italia and Seth said they would be dancing “all night...

Victoria and Ben (Carnegie Museum Wedding DJ)

Many couples worry about hiring a wedding DJ who may act corny or play cheesy music. It’s important that the style of the DJ and the music matches the tastes of the bride and groom. Tory and Ben knew what was right for for their elegant and wonderfully fun celebration at the Carnegie Museum Music...

Lisa and Joseph (Carnegie Museum Wedding DJ)

Almost anyone you meet would tell you that they love music, but only a select few people are truly passionate about a wide variety of songs and artists.  Even fewer still know how to craft a great playlist to create their ideal wedding celebration.  Lisa and Joe’s passion and knowledge of music allowed them to choose the...

Lindsay and Roy (Carnegie Museum)

Weddings are hard work.  It’d be easy to use up all your energy just planning for such an important day.  Lindsay and Roy didn’t have any problem keeping their excitement going throughout their elegant celebration at Carnegie Museum’s Hall of Sculpture in Oakland.  From their first dance all the way to the last song, they made sure...

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