Courtney Renee Levato and Frank Anthony Zatta
These high school sweethearts made it official after almost a decade during a ceremony officiated by Pastor Steve Dunlap at First Baptist Church.
Samuel Levato, Joseph and Charlotte Meyer;
Frank and Dorothy Zatta
Ceremony and Reception
These high school sweethearts made it official after almost a decade during a ceremony officiated by Pastor Steve Dunlap at First Baptist Church (101 South College St., Washington; mysite.verizon.net/firstbchurch, 724/222-4780). Almost 250 guests happily celebrated the new Mr. and Mrs. Zatta during a reception at the Holiday Inn Meadow Lands (340 Racetrack Road, Washington; 724/222-6200, grandeoccasioncatering.com). The room was decked out in white satin covers with pink organza bows (Satin Chair Covers by Robin; 724/745-7091, satinchaircoversbyrobin.com) and guests took home Sarris chocolates (511 Adams Ave., Canonsburg; 724/745-4042, sarriscandies.com).
The ceremony flowers, boutonnieres and bridal bouquets featured a mix of garden flowers in pink with white and green accents from Washington Square Flower Shop (200 N. College St., Washington; 724/225-4533, washingtonsquareflowershop.com). The matching flowers for the reception came as part of the hotel’s package from Malone Flower Shop (17 West Pike St., Canonsburg; 724/745-2850, malonesflowers.com), which also provided custom lighting in the reception hall.
Brad Allen (Redford Photography, 100 Southpointe Square Lane, Canonsburg; 724/743-5700, redfordphotography.com)
On the Bride
Courtney wore a strapless satin ball gown with an embroidered bodice and pick-up skirt from David’s Bridal (Multiple locations; 877/923-2743, davidsbridal.com).
On the Groom
Frank got his classic Calvin Klein black tux from Men’s Wearhouse (Multiple locations; 800/776-7848, menswearhouse.com).
Krency’s Bakery (990 Jefferson Ave., Washington; 724/222-6690) created a cake that alternated layers of white and chocolate cake with raspberry filling that was decorated with ribbon, fresh flowers and scroll-work.
DJ John Harding stayed an extra hour because the party just wasn’t ready to end (Disc Jockeys Unlimited, Washington location: 724/587-3772, discjockeysunlimitedofpa.com).