Heather and Sean had a beautiful day with deep blue skies outside of Heinz Chapel and PNC Park, where they held their reception at the Trib Total Media Hall of Fame Club. They are big baseball fans so they really enjoyed having the run of the ball park for a day.
Heather and her friends were a lot of fun to be with, breaking out into dance at any given time throughout the day!
Meanwhile, the groomsmen got their boutonnieres pinned on upstairs.
Proving that they both have excellent taste, both Heather and Sean’s grandmothers were surprised to see that they had purchased the same dress to wear to the wedding!
Heather reads a card from Sean:
Best man Steve shows Sean and his mom Joan that the rings are safe:
Heather comes upstairs from the ready room:
Heather and her dad Tom share a moment together before walking down the aisle:
I love that Heinz Chapel now lets photographers walk down the left side of the church to photograph during the ceremony:
Heinz Memorial Chapel in its gothic revival splendor:
Sean was a happy guy!
Just after the ceremony, Heather and Sean share a kiss at the back of the chapel:
See what I mean about the dancing? Heather celebrates with her matron of honor, Kristin:
The beautiful bride:
A photo in the doorway of Heinz Chapel with the Cathedral of Learning in the background:
Heather rests for a moment on the way to PNC Park for the reception:
The first toast of the day:
Sean next to the Mazeroski statue:
Heather’s nephew is a happy little guy:
The bridal party walks to the Clemente Bridge for some formal shots:
Bustling on the bridge:
PNC Park is renowned as the most beautiful baseball park in America. It was so cool that we got to go down to the field for photos:
Dream on, Babe Ruth, dream on:
The first dance:
Maid of honor and best man speeches:
Heather’s dad put together a retrospective video of Heather and Sean’s lives:
A couple of detail shots:
Heather and her dad shared a dance after dinner:
Sean’s mom gives him a hug at the end of their dance:
Love the Steelers jammies!
Did I tell you she was fun?
Thanks Heather and Sean. It was a wonderful day, we were very happy to be able to be a part of it.
Here’s a slideshow with the above images and more: