Whether you love all things Disney, “Game of Thrones” or “Star Wars,” there are lots of ways to add some personal — and fun — details into your wedding day.
This Pittsburgh couple was brought together by their love of hockey — and what better way to celebrate their New Year’s Eve wedding than with an outdoor game?
Twinkling lights wrapped around tree trunks and draped across windows weren’t the only things glittering during the holidays for these couples.
These couples made the trip that would take them from dating to engaged.
These brides went beyond a color scheme for their wedding day to work in an entire theme.
In a city of eds and meds, it’s to be expected that some couples are going to meet in the medical field. We found some of the best “meet-cutes” from recent Pittsburgh weddings.
She thought she was going on a simple scavenger hunt. She never dreamed it would end with a wedding.
In a theatrical performance set to stun audiences for years to come, this Pittsburgh couple took on two weddings — one featuring a mayor, a movie trailer and a secret marriage.
The classic tune people hum when thinking about weddings says, “Here comes the bride, all dressed in white.” But some brides are marching to a different tune in a different hue.
Some dogs play fetch, some dogs cuddle, and some dogs help their owners get to “I do.”
Another city of bridges provided the perfect backdrop for these romantic engagements.
When Julia Conley and Scott Scheinberg's law school professor predicted two people in the class would end up married to one another, they never imagined it would be them.
The “naked cake” seems to be here to stay.
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.