Lisa and Kanat held a one-of-a-kind vintage style wedding with an international flair that guests won’t soon forget! For their reception, the bride and groom selected Pennsylvania’s City Heat band to crank up the excitement level and keep up the momentum!
The couple also sought out the services of the gifted Christina Montemurro, who took the gorgeous wedding photos you’ll find below!
After a loving 7-year relationship, Lisa and Kanat were finally wed in the intimate Library & Archives room on the 6th floor of the Heinz History Center before just under 100 friends and family members.
The reception took place in the History Center’s Grand Hall. Cara Bull-Trombold, the venue’s outstanding Events Coordinator, made everything looking absolutely perfect! The international element was showcased in the reception’s decor, with each table being assigned a country and decorated appropriately. The vintage theme could still be seen as well. Surrounded by antique vehicles of all kinds, guests enjoyed delectable food from The Common Plea.
First Dance: “I’m Yours” by Jason Mraz
Songs of Note: “The Way I Am” by Ingrid Michaelson
Special Dances: The Chicken Dance
Guests couldn’t get their feet to stop tapping and moving to the irresistible music of Pittsburgh’s hottest wedding band! Though it was sad that the night had to end, the bride and groom would go on to enjoy a second wedding in Kazakhstan.
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Entertainment City Heat | Photos Christina Montemurro
Reception & Ceremony Heinz History Center | Flowers The Botanical Emporium
Cake Bethel Bakery | Catering The Common Plea | Hair & Makeup Moriah Moore