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10 Real Pittsburgh Weddings

Picture-Perfect in every way, these real Pittsburgh wedding couples were chosen from nearly 100 submissions.



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Everlasting: Shane Gring & Skyler Roeshot

Shane Gring and Skyler Roeshot were living in the same neighborhood, just a few blocks away from each other — but never crossed paths until they met online.

Tradition: Dr. George Kontogiannis & Elaine Werksman

George Kontogiannis and Elaine Werksman met while sophomores at Pitt, never expecting their chance encounter would lead to marriage.

A New Chapter: Drs. Nicholas Farber & Stephanie Dreifuss

Nicholas Farber and Stephanie Dreifuss, both of whom attended the University of Pittsburgh for medical school, met at a pivotal moment of their education.

Fate of Eight: Thomas Cameron & Sherie McArthur

Self-proclaimed gym rats Sherie McArthur and Thomas Cameron seemed destined to meet at their local LA Fitness gym in Atlanta.

Intimate Affair: Austin Kuffel & Aubrey Borowitz

When Austin Kuffel and Aubrey Borowitz were attending photography school together eight years ago, they were both in relationships with other people.

Perfect Day: Brody Nasse & Dr. Anna Manukyan

Brody Nasse thought Anna Manukyan might be “the one” after she survived their first date.

Meant to Be: Juli Colotti & Amy Ingram

Amy Ingram signed up for personal training classes and ended up with a wife.

Coast to Coast: Mark Kehoe & Serena Hsieh

After Mark Kehoe popped the question to Serena Hsieh, he delivered an even bigger surprise.

Finally Ready: Nithin Reddy & Carli Coyne

After nearly five years of dating, Carli Coyne and Nithin Reddy had two ceremonies to honor their heritages: Hindu for Nithin and Catholic for Carli.

Pas de Deux: Joseph Parr & Diana Yohe

“Surprise, surprise, we met through the ballet,” says Diana Yohe, a 24-year-old soloist with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.
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10 Real Pittsburgh Weddings

Chosen from more than 100 submissions, these 10 couples created their dream day at local venues. We share all of the details that got them to “I do.”

I'm Engaged, Now What? Expert Advice from 'Burgh Brides

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How to Have a Stress-Free Wedding in Pittsburgh

Pop-up weddings are giving Pittsburgh couples a way to avoid the hassles of planning the big day.

Under a Spell: Walk into a Real-Life Disney Fairytale

This “Beauty and the Beast”-inspired styled shoot at Buhl Mansion in Sharon is whimsical, romantic and timeless. We asked the stylists how it came together — and the best ways to produce a similar aesthetic.

These Pittsburgh Newlyweds are Carried Away in Style

Whether they’re a prop for your photos or your getaway transportation, antique cars add a classic vibe to a wedding.

Aisle Style: A Dream of a Dress

This season, choose from a wide variety sure to fit any bride’s fancy, from classic lace to custom two-pieces to a ball gown with a black overlay — all available at local stores.

How to Look Like an Ethereal Goddess on Your Wedding Day

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Classic Elegance: Rings That We Love

Shine bright this year with these amazing rings from local stores.
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Blog: Beyond the Cookie Table

An Email Spam Filter Delayed their Relationship for Years

Sometimes, the future love of your life is just around the corner, whether you know it or not.

How Many Steps Would You Climb for Unique Wedding Photos?

Pittsburgh has 739 sets of public staircases, and you can get photographs on them that are just as breathtaking as the ones you could get on more iconic spots like Mt. Washington.

A (Wedding) Date That Takes the Cake

Some couples choose a random date for their wedding, but others choose something with a lot of meaning behind it.

Pop Culture Touches Made These Weddings Extra Special

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.

It’s a Hockey Wedding in Pittsburgh

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?