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Lauren and PJ (University Club Wedding Reception)

Weddings tend to also double as reunions for all the guests who gather together to celebrate with the newlyweds.  Friends and family travel from all over, and for many, it’s a chance to reconnect with people they haven’t seen for many years.  Lauren and PJ’s reception was full of love and laughter as everyone enjoyed...

Kasey and Ryan (Children’s Museum Wedding Reception)

There are a lot of ways to describe a great wedding reception, such as beautiful, elegant, romantic, and even unique.  I think the word most couples are hoping their guests use most is FUN!  Kasey and Ryan made 100% sure their friends and family would have a fun time at their reception held on a...

Alyssa and Neil (Longue Vue Club Wedding Reception)

Everyone needs to attend more weddings.  In today’s culture where almost anyone you talk to seems stressed and worked up about something, weddings are the perfect opportunity for family and friends to gather together for the sole purpose of celebrating love and wishing two special people happiness on their new lives together.  Alyssa and Neil...

Jessica and Jeffrey (Lenape Heights Golf Resort Reception)

When wedding guests head to work on Monday morning, they’ll be faced with one question… “How was the wedding?”.   Jessica and Jeffrey knew they wanted the answers to be “FUN!”, “AMAZING!” and “A TOTAL BLAST!”.   They included so many wonderful details in their reception, that they guaranteed that all of their friends and...

Kaylyn and Greg (Fox Chapel Golf Club Reception)

With so many details to choose for a wedding day, it’s easy to forget to consider how the night will end.  While no one wants to focus on the day being completed, you’ll always remember the way you spent the last moments of your celebration.  Kaylyn and Greg came up with the most original and sweet...

Claire and Andrew (Renaissance Pittsburgh Wedding Reception)

Couples have told me that they’ve had bad dreams before their wedding day, that no one at the reception will dance.  No matter how much fun your family and friends are, I think it’s easy to worry that for one reason or another, they won’t have a good time when it’s time to celebrate.  My...

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