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Love in the Heart of Pittsburgh

Surrounded by the hustle and bustle of Pittsburgh’s downtown sits a reminder of times come and gone. Build in the style of English Gothic architecture, Trinity Cathedral is located on 6th Ave in the golden triangle of Pittsburgh’s downtown. The Cathedral’s iconic red doors catch the attention of many that walk by. Past the wrought iron fence, and up the stone steps, the Cathedral’s red doors reveal a beautiful interior.

On August 26th, we had the pleasure of providing wedding flowers for the bride and groom that got married at Trinity Cathedral.

Our bride, Beth, carried a classic bouquet of ivory roses with Queen Ann’s lace.bouquets 728.jpg

Beth’s two maids of honor carried bouquets of light coral roses accented by blue delphinium. This color combination makes for an eye catching look.

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Beth’s remaining bridesmaids carried bouquets of matching light coral roses, perfect for their late August wedding day.

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A beautiful day, a grand venue, surrounded by those that love them, what more could a bride and groom need to start out their life together? We were so honored to help this couple make their day special, and at such a landmark church in our wonderful city.

 

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White Flowers are Always “In”

 

This weekend brought us another round of white flowers as our brides endured more HOT August weather. Below you are seeing the bride’s bouquet which included fluffy white hydrangeas, creamy white garden roses, pink sophie roses, and white mini gerbera daisies. It smelled just as good as it looks! Her bridesmaids carried more fluffy white hydrangeas accented with creamy white garden roses as well.

This ceremony took place at Heinz Memorial Chapel on the University of Pittsburgh’s campus. We designed a soft and romantic arrangement that provided a canvas for the unity candle. Also shown below, is the Groom’s boutonniere which was wrapped with gold ribbon for a  polished look.

The reception took place at the Sheraton Pittsburgh Airport Hotel. We used a collection of cylinder vases with floating candles to provide ambiance at the place card table. These were gathered around the bride and groom’s initials with a white hydrangea arrangement in the center.

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The use of white in this wedding gave a classic and elegant feel while still complimenting the personal touches that were added. Congrats to the bride and groom!