Fall Wedding at the Pittsburgh Golf Club
Mandy and Matt’s fall wedding at the Pittsburgh Golf Club.
Mandy and Matt were married the Tuesday before Thanksgiving. It was a lovely, intimate ceremony and reception that was chock full of emotion. Their story is so beautiful: They had only met a few months prior to their wedding, but they knew immediately that they were meant to be together. When you know, you know. You know?
Mandy got ready at a hotel at the Waterfront.
While Matt and Mandy’s son J.D. got ready at Matt’s parent’s house in Squirrel Hill (next two photos by Lisa)
It was a beautiful late fall day so we were able to go outside and do a couple of portraits beneath the giant Gantry Crane that is left over from US Steel’s Homestead Works.
For such an intimate ceremony they picked a huge church! East Liberty Presbyterian Church is a Pittsburgh landmark.
Matt looked handsome in the sunlight coming through the window in the room where he waited for the ceremony.
Mandy and her dad walk down the aisle.
The altar is pretty huge at East Liberty Presbyterian Church, big enough for everyone to be seated there instead of in the pews. It was nice to have everyone up close.
J.D. looks on as his mom and Matt exchange rings.
We went up to The Meadow area off of Overlook Drive in Schenley Park to catch the last few rays of sunshine.
Then it was a short trip over to the Pittsburgh Golf Club.
The cocktail hour had a bunch of games and activities for the kids.
Dinner was in the Grill Room. It was a simple and elegant family-style dinner.
The couple’s dads gave toasts.
As did other family members.
It was very heartfelt.
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