7 Pinterest-Worthy Ideas from Real Pittsburgh Weddings

From dressing up the reception to sweetening the walk down the aisle, these ideas are sure to wow your guests.

Every bride and even some grooms looks to Pinterest for wedding inspiration. Some people start a Pinterest board for wedding planning long before they become engaged — or enter into a serious relationship. Looking through photos from some Pittsburgh weddings is like taking a dive into the best of the best Pinterest boards. From dressing up the reception to sweetening the walk down the aisle, these seven ideas, created and used by Pittsburgh couples, are ones you will definitely want to pin and replicate yourself.

Personalized Champagne Glasses

Couple: Amy Simon and Ryan Capcara; Photographer: Heather Krah Photography

Dressed-up glasses are the perfect way for a couple to sip celebratory champagne during the reception. Engrave your names engraved on them to make them even more special.

Baby Photo Table Markers

Couple: Laura Bernard and John DeSimone; Photographer: Alisa Milnthorp, Weddings by Alisa

Take your guests on a journey through your childhood with creative table markers. Decorate each table with your favorite photos of you and your partner from newborn to early adulthood.

Personalized ring boxes

Couple: Lacey Archibeque and Brian Mucha; Photographer: Leeann Marie Photography

Keep the rings safe before they land on your finger with a rustic wooden box.

Engraved Spoons

Couple: Lauren Shuty and Jason Smathers; Photographer: Mary Slagenhoup, Dave and Mary Photography

The sweet reminders that you and yours are now wed can show up in unexpected places — like this set of spoons.

Updated Cake Topper

Couple: Julianna Becker and Bob Morgan; Photographer: Ann Louise Photography

A classic twist off the original figurines placed on top of the cake, this item is sure to guarantee lots of grins.

Bottle Vases

Couple: April Kurek and Matthew Claney; Photographer: Melanie Grady Photography

Put old bottles to use with this DIY table display. The dark, clear bottle serves as a creative substitution to a vase to hold your favorite flowers. Decorate each bottle with twine or burlap to add to the rustic theme.

Here-comes-the-bride flag

Couple: Jorden Puskar and Brittany Darby; Photographer: Leeann Marie Collective

Announce the bride in style. Pair this adorable flag with two adorable children, two beautiful rings and some scattered rose petals, and you’ve got a perfect descent down the aisle.


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