There is no formula for finding love, but for these couples, there is one common factor: sports.
These Pittsburgh brides found their perfect final touch to their bridal looks in the form of a headpiece — all at the same shop.
After establishing himself among the Pittsburgh swing dance scene, Brian Fox found fellow swing lover Nicole Lewis, and they wowed at their wedding.
These couples took the classic cookie table and made it their own with beautiful — and delicious — displays.
Combining the old and the new, these couples used their vintage details to create a modern-yet-elegant wedding day.
Picture-Perfect in every way, these real Pittsburgh wedding couples were chosen from nearly 100 submissions.
These proposal faux pas serve as a reminder that sometimes things have to go wrong to end up right.
When looking for a location for their weddings, these couples decided to keep it in the family and get married where parents, siblings, aunts, uncles and cousins had before them.
Partying all night can take a lot out of people. To keep the energy high and give guests a boost, these couples brought in — or went out for — some late-night pick-me-ups on their wedding day.
Return to your roots before your relationship blooms into a beautiful marriage.
A five-course meal doesn’t fit with every wedding. These laid-back couples opted for casual — and delicious — cuisine perfect for their outdoor and barn receptions.
Anthrocon returns this weekend for its 22nd annual convention. Here’s the story of one local couple who took advantage of the fact their wedding coincided with the annual gathering.
The matriarch of the family is the perfect place to look for a meaningful “something old.”