Kristina and Rhyan’s sophisticated late spring wedding was plucked straight out of the finest wedding magazine! From the bride’s luxurious a-line gown with lace straps to the ivory bouquet of roses and peonies, every little detail emanated a timeless sense of romance. Defined by an entire color palette of white complemented by feminine pink accents, this wedding was practically made to impress! Of course, there was more to this party than looks alone. The John Parker Band busted out their best music picks to keep the dance floor vibrant until the lights went down!
You can get a little taste of the day’s beauty thanks to these stellar photographs provided by gifted photographer Jorge Santiago and the spectacular video supplied by Mary Schwarzwaelder of Post Script Productions!
The lovely couples was wed in St. Paul Cathedral, an epically beautiful Roman Catholic church nestled in Pittsburgh’s beloved Oakland neighborhood. The bride and groom exchanged their most sacred vows beneath the meticulously carved altarpiece, fine stained glass, and ceilings that soar to the heavens.
Guests made their way to the Duquesne University Ballroom to celebrate Kristina and Rhyan’s sacred union. The elegant decor truly showed that simplicity can still be jaw-dropping. The round tables were covered in luminous white linens and adorned in tall, slender glass vases containing flourishing white flower arrangements, along with cute LED candles that the guests could take home as a token of the couple’s appreciation. Event coordinator Karen White ensured that the space looked exactly as the couple had envisioned!
The newlyweds and their guests danced the night away to everything from classic Sinatra to new hits like “Blurred Lines,” all expertly performed by Pittsburgh’s premiere wedding band!
First Dance: “L.O.V.E.” by Nat King Cole
Bride/Father Dance: “I Hope You Dance” by Ronan Keating
Groom/Mother Dance: “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts
Last Dance: “Piano Man” by Billy Joel
You and your band brought so much light and excitement to the party.
You did a fantastic job in making their wedding special
and guests are still raving about how good the band was.”
~ Father of the Groom ~
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Entertainment John Parker Band | Photographer Jorge Santiago
Videographer Post Script Productions | Ceremony St. Paul Cathedral
Reception Duquesne University Ballroom | Florist Blue Daisy | Cake Prantl’s Bakery