Erin Michelle Stoller and Benjamin Michael Roth

The Jewish ceremony was held at the Longue Vue Club, where Erin walked down the aisle to "At Last" by Etta James.



Family:
Janet and Steven Stoller;
Barry and Mayda Roth

Ceremony:
The Jewish ceremony was held at the Longue Vue Club (400 Longue Vue Drive, Verona; 412/793-2232, longuevue.org), where Erin walked down the aisle to "At Last" by Etta James. Benjamin’s childhood rabbi, James Gibson, officiated.

Flowers:
Fleur Couture (412/401-6300, fleurcoutureeventsgb.com) used super green roses, cymbidium orchids, hypericum berries, ti leaves and millet, seeded eucalyptus, and peacock features to create the bridal bouquet, centerpieces and bridesmaid bouquets.

Photographer:
Milla C. Photography (412/206-9728, millacphotography.com) photographed all the candid and heartfelt moments.

On the Bride:
Erin sported a floor-length veil and mermaid-style Jovani gown with a sweetheart neckline from Anne Gregory for the Bride (2975 W. Liberty Ave., Dormont; 412/531-3160, annegregorybrides.com). During the reception, she traded her veil for a peacock-feather headband with Swarovski crystals (etsy.com/shop/KirahleyKreations).

On the Groom:
Benjamin wore a custom one-button tuxedo with a notch lapel from Joe’s Tailor Shop & Formal Wear (Norwin Town Square, North Huntingdon; 724/863-7062) along with a black bowtie and a custom white shirt with a spread collar and covered plackets.

Reception:
Following the ceremony, loved ones helped themselves to butler-passed hors d’oeuvres, like spanakopita, tempura shrimp and buffalo-chicken crostini. During the sit-down dinner, guests had the option of eating grilled salmon, vegetable Napoleon or petite filet mignon at their tables that were covered with striped navy-blue cloths from Lendable Linens (lendablelinens.com).

The couple shared their first dance to "Sunday Morning" by Maroon 5. Later, Erin, Benjamin and their parents were lifted in chairs during the horah, a traditional Jewish dance. As guests exited, they were handed Smiley cookies from Eat ‘n Park (multiple locations; eatnpark.com) with the note: “Thanks for celebrating with us and leaving with a smile.”

Cake:
Four tiers of funfetti cake were lined with navy ribbons and decorated with buttercream roses by Fenoglietto’s (2955 Leechburg Road, Lower Burrell; 724/335-5359, ultimateweddingcakes.com).

Music:
Pianist Chris Pangikas accompanied the ceremony, and guitarist Randy Eugene played during the cocktail hour. Finesse, a band the couple hired through Big Day Entertainment (2549 Penn Ave., Strip District; 412/566-2900; bigdayentertainment.com), kept guests dancing during the reception and extended the party by an hour.
 

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