Robin and Jim’s late autumn wedding was full of hospitality and cheer! Their warm fall color scheme meshed well with the intimate and welcoming air of the day, encouraging guests to come out of their shells and have a great time. Robin and Jim enlisted the help of City Heat wedding band for the reception, keeping even the most dance-adverse entertained all evening.
Wedding photographer Michael J. Ewing captured all of the beautiful details and unforgettable moments from Robin and Jim’s big day. Take a peek below!
Robin and Jim’s ceremony took place at the University of Pittsburgh’s historic & breathtaking Heinz Chapel. This exclusive venue, reminiscent of Europe’s finest gothic cathedrals, would be the envy of many couples throughout Pittsburgh.
The next stop for the couple and their guests was the beautiful Oglebay Resort in Wheeling West Virginia – less than an hour away and well worth the drive! The venue’s Event Coordinator Lori Horvath and decorator Patty Penich created the perfect reception space, drawing on the couple’s orange, red, and yellow color scheme in the candy buffet and floral table accents. Everything from the 3-tier pearlized wedding cake to the monogrammed dance floor was tastefully done and create a unique atmosphere that will be remembered fondly for years to come!
After the bride and groom shared a heartwarming first dance, the guests took the dance floor by storm! One of Pittsburgh’s hottest wedding bands provided some awesome jams for the night, keeping the couple’s friends and families entertained for the entire evening.
If you’ve been searching for wedding entertainers that will make sure you have a blast at your own reception, then drop everything. You’ve found your entertainment! Contact John Parker Bands for more information about City Heat and other wedding music options.