Cameron Cora Dick & Edmond Miles Watters

September 2, 2006

PARENTS’ NAMES

Douglas P. and Deborah G. Dick; Edmond C. and Comly C. Watters

CEREMONY

The ceremony was held at the father of the bride’s home in Ligonier and was officiated by the Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes, senior pastor of Shadyside Presbyterian Church. The ceremonial accompaniment of bagpipes and a string quartet was directed by J. Christopher Pardini, also of Shadyside Presbyterian Church

FLOWERS

Tim Condron Designs (5505 Centre Ave., Shadyside; 412/687-9027, timcondron.com) designed elegant centerpieces of candles and glass cylindrical vases filled with fresh herbs, orchids, hydrangeas and lisianthus.

PHOTOGRAPHER

Lynne and Michael Goldstein (Goldstein Photography; 412/687-8333, goldsteinphotography.com)

ON THE BRIDE 

Cameron wore a white, strapless gown of cotton voile by Carolina Herrera (954 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y.; 212/249-6552, carolinaherrera.com), which featured a shirred bodice appliquéd with white daisies and crystals. Cameron wore a cathedral-length veil also accented with white daisies.

ON THE GROOM

Eddie wore a traditional black Ralph Lauren tuxedo from Top Hat Tuxedo (933 Freeport Road, Fox Chapel; 412/782-2450, tophattuxedo.net), with a white pique bow tie.

 

RECEPTION

The reception was held at the prestigious Rolling Rock Club near Ligonier. Cocktails were served in an outdoor tent, with dinner in the ballroom.

 

CAKE

The newlyweds cut a tiered cake of white-almond chiffon layered with white-chocolate mousse and sugared almonds baked by Candace A. Uricchio (412/968-0253). The cake was topped with a fondant buttercream glaze and fresh green hydrangeas, stephanotis blossoms and cymbidium orchids. Guests enjoyed Prantl’s Bakery’s (5525 Walnut St., Shadyside; 412/621-2092, prantlsbakery.com) famous burnt-almond torte garnished with a chocolate glaze and raspberries.

 

MUSIC

As they were sipping cocktails, guests enjoyed the sounds of the Max Leake Trio (max@maxleake.com). The Basset Big Band, Sputzy & the Soul Providers and the Four Tops (produced by E.E.I.; 412/779-3111) entertained throughout the remainder of the evening.
 

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