Just one look at the photo above and you can see that Emily and Ryan’s Pittsburgh Children’s Museum wedding was filled with color.
In fact, The Children’s Museum really was the perfect place for Emily and Ryan to express the unique vision they had for their wedding which was both fun and non-traditional. You’ll see this in the photos on this post. I crack up every time I look at Lisa’s photo of Ryan goofing around as he and his friends got ready at their home:
Ryan watches as Emily walks down the aisle in the older section of the museum, which was once the Allegheny City Post Office (Lisa’s photo):
Ryan and Emily exchange vows:
Lisa’s photo below:
Ryan stomped on the glass about 5 times, just to make sure
I love the look on Emily’s face as she and Ryan were introduced as husband and wife:
One of my all-time favorite recessional photos:
The area around the museum is great for portraits, so we took a short walk. The steps to the Carnegie Library were our first stop:
Then we went over to the “Cloud Arbor” sculpture. The fine mist that comes out of the standing pipes was turned off that evening, although it might have felt good on that hot summer evening.
The couple is greeted by an enthusiastic group of friends:
Their first dance was to Guns ‘n Roses’ “Sweet Child of Mine”
Emily’s dad, Lee gave a very funny speech:
Ryan doesn’t often wear a tie, so that got called out in Lee’s speech:
Ryan’s mom was next up with a very lovely and moving speech:
Parent’s dances in the Big Red Room:
The Hora is always a lot of fun!
The dance floor was packed for the rest of the evening:
There was a Skyblast night at PNC Park which provided a fitting backdrop at the end of a wonderful evening: