Posts Tagged ‘Cultural District’

So I was more than super excited that my bride, Jessica, had a Rock the Dress session planned in my very favorite city of Pittsburgh after her wedding.  The fashion magazine modeling look that I love is what I set out to bring to this and I can’t even say how natural it was for Jess.  She was awesome!  We had an amazing time just strolling through the city listening to the “congratulations” and the cat calls (lol) as people noticed how gorgeous she was in her gown.  We truly had the best time.  You can see how it came out for yourself below.  My wish is that more and more of my brides sign up for these.  They’re just so much fun!  You’re relaxed, natural and you get to rock your beautiful dress, again, which is so worth it.  How many people get to wear theirs twice and get a totally different look to go with their wedding images?!

Thanks for having faith in my vision, Jessica!  You totally rocked it!  🙂

The view from the yellow bridge <3

The view from the yellow bridge <3

Making our way through the cultural district!

Making our way through the cultural district!

Jess even glams up the parking lot! :)

Jess even glams up the parking lot! 🙂

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My poor blog has been sooo neglected.  I blame it on battery recharge…my own (not my computer’s).  🙂  But no more excuses…Spring seems to finally be springing and with that – wedding season is about to begin!  Kelly & Chris’ wedding will be my first of 2012 and I’m excited!  They’re a very sweet couple and they chose a gorgeous venue to wed at.  Succop Conservancy has amazing grounds and an over 100-year-old mansion.  It has definitely been one of my favorite spots in the past.

We met up on a very rainy day in Pittsburgh to shoot their engagement and as we wandered along the north shore and through the theater district, I got to see just how sweet they are with each other.  Here are some of my favorites!  See you two, again, soon!  🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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