This post is dedicated to one of the many spectacular weddings we serviced last year. Karen & Travis celebrated their love on September 5th, 2021 at The Pennsylvanian, a high end venue located in downtown Pittsburgh. The couple’s choice to have white, monochromatic flowers for their bouquets and arrangements added a breath of fresh air to every part of their celebration.
A revitalized piece of Pittsburgh’s once bustling Penn station, The Pennsylvanian is a venue known for it’s unmatched elegance and historic charm. Karen and Travis were married outside in The Rotunda, a breathtaking outdoor space with magnificent terra-cotta archways and ornate designs carved into the stone.
Our wedding couple chose to get married in front of a triangular arch, decorated with a sweeping spray of white flowers. The ceremonial space was tied together with two more arrangements at the entrance to the seating area, also bursting with white blooms, as well as simple greens tied to the ends of the isle chairs.
After the ceremony, the couple and their guests made their way into The Pennsylvanian’s Grand Hall, a space that unquestionably lives up to it’s name. We provided luxurious centerpieces set atop our gold Harlow stands, which drew the eye upward, and complemented the aesthetic of the hall. The effect of the white flowers against the white and gold decorations was breathtaking, and made the hall come to life.
More all-white arrangements peppered the indoor reception. We used every prop and flowers that was delivered, including placing the triangular arch behind the newlywed’s sweetheart table!
Karen and Travis, thank you so much for allowing us to be a part of your wedding celebration. We were honored to be able to play a small part in such a breathtaking event!
Photos utilized in this blog post are courtesy of Joey Kennedy Photography.