Laura Cox and Sean Ruzicka
Laura and Sean said “I do” in a ceremony co-officiated by Rev. Paul Merkovsky and Pastor James Molstre at St. Benedict the Abbot church.
Bobbie & Tom Cox;
Janet & John Ruzicka
Laura and Sean said “I do” in a ceremony co-officiated by Rev. Paul Merkovsky and Pastor James Molstre at St. Benedict the Abbot church (120 Abington Drive, Peters Twp.; 724/941-9406, stbenedicttheabbot.org)
Malone's Flower Shop (17 West Pike St., Canonsburg; 724/745-2850, malonesflowers.com) worked with the wedding’s color palette of coral, gold and creamy white by using vibrant roses, hydrangea, coral stock, calla lilies and ribbon that coordinated with the cake.
Aaron Varga Photography (aaronvargaphotography.com, 412/979-0556)
Post Script Productions (724/986-3455, postscriptproductions.com)
On the Bride:
The bride went for a sleek look with a satin gown purchased from The White Orchid (4907 Clairton Blvd., Baldwin; 412/885-4411, thewhiteorchid.com), accessorized with the same earrings she wore to prom when she went with her future husband.
On the Groom:
The groom rented a classic tux from Tuxedo Junction (multiple locations; 800/724-1800, tuxedojunction.com).
Guests convened in the grand ballroom at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh-Meadow Lands (340 Racetrack Road, Washington; 724/222-6200, doubletree.hilton.com) decked out in the weddings colors using chair covers (Satin Chair Covers by Robin; 724/745-7091, satinchaircoversbyrobin.com). They commemorated the occasion with a thumbprint tree guestbook, created by a professional fine artist and her artist husband (etsy.com/shop/bleudetoi) who draw trees on which guests “leaf” their thumbprints and signatures.
The couple’s traditional wedding cake was half chocolate, half vanilla and decorated with ribbon and fresh flowers by Krency's Bakery (990 Jefferson Ave., Washington; 724-222-6690).
DJ Eric Schiemer (412/436-3445, schiemerentertainment.com) lit the floor with the couple’s monogram, then filled it with guests dancing to his music.