Britnee Campolongo and Chad Stepanik
Brittnee and Chad recited their vows during a Catholic mass at Sacred Heart Parish in Shadyside.
Jamie & Darlyn Campolongo;
Greg & Sandra Stepanik
Brittnee and Chad recited their vows during a Catholic mass at Sacred Heart Parish (310 Shady Ave., Shadyside; 412/661-0187).
Mary Green of The Hutton Group (412/881-8313, thehuttongroup.com) planned the grand event, adding her special touch to just about every detail.
Florist Bill Chisnell (1111 Penn Ave., Strip District; 412/251-5601, billchisnellproductions.com) created rose bouquets as well as centerpieces for the reception.
Goldstein Photography (412/687-8333, goldsteinphotography.com) captured Brittnee and Chad's wedding.
On the Bride:
Brittnee fell in love with the first dress she tried on: a chiffon A-line gown, only available at Kleinfeld in New York (110 W. 20th St., Manhattan; 646/633-4300; kleinfeldbridal.com).
On the Groom:
Chad sported a classic black Ralph Lauren tuxedo with a white shirt and vest (Valotta’s Tuxedo, multiple locations; valottastuxedo.com).
The otherwise blank space at The Pennsylvanian (1100 Liberty Ave., downtown; 412/391-6730) was transformed into an amazing reception site. Rania’s Catering (100 Central Square, Mt. Lebanon; 412/531-2222, rania.com) not only provided a wonderful feast, but also coordinated with other vendors to add special touches with custom linens, plates and silverware. During the cocktail hour, ballerinas danced alongside a strolling violinist while guests recorded video messages for the happy couple in one of FlashBox’s booths (theflashbox.com, 866/996-7700). In lieu of favors, the bride and groom made a donation to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
Rania's Catering (rania.com) created a five-tiered cake with coconut-buttercream filling, which was decorated with fresh flowers.
Guests remember dancing all night long to tracks selected by Cityscape (via Three Rivers Entertainment; 412/429-4000, threeriversentertainment.com).