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Hey, everyone! I have a new sister! Last month, my family and I traveled to Minnesota to attend Ryan’s brother’s wedding. Ryan is the second of six children and I consider his siblings and their wonderful spouses to be my sisters and brothers too. I’ve recently welcomed Lisa to our “Outsiders” club for spouses of the Voss children. She’s great and I’m so happy to have her as my sister.

Lisa and Kevin were married at The Van Dusen Mansion. This comfortable and unique venue has separate spaces for ceremony, cocktails, dinner, cake, and dancing. Though we have many great spaces in our city, I wish this venue were here in Pittsburgh too. The staff was so efficient in moving the guests between the events and it felt new and interesting to visit each portion of the venue.

Kevin and Lisa’s wedding ceremony was performed by Kevin’s brother, Chris. I couldn’t have imagined a more personal and thoughtful ceremony. Did I mention that I have a new sister?!? I’m so excited. Oh, and Nicki was the photographer for this event so I could celebrate and enjoy.

Congratulations, Lisa and Kevin!

 

Liz and Jake were married last December in a very private wedding ceremony. But, last weekend I joined them for their wedding celebration day at Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe. While it was a wedding with no wedding, it was a full day of family, friends, and celebration!

Many thanks to Nicki for her excellent photos and company.

Congratulations, Liz and Jake!

  • Lisa E MeitzlerAugust 3, 2017 - 06:18

    You did a great job!As mom of the groom would love to have some of the photos

    Lisa M

  • AnneMarieAugust 31, 2017 - 14:38

    Love the pictures. You did a great job. Can’t wait to see the rest!

Katrina and Killian had a destination wedding right here in Pittsburgh. They live in Texas, where they met at their workplace. With both of their families and all of their friends living all over the country, they decided to have their wedding at Katrina’s alma mater, the University of Pittsburgh.

Katrina and Killian were married in the early ceremony at Heinz Chapel. Having a long break before their reception meant plenty of time for hanging out and socializing with friends at Katrina’s college hangout, Hemingways Cafe. I do love when the newlyweds get to spend as much time as possible together on their wedding day. Later, they rejoined their guests at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall for their wedding reception.

Many thanks to Pamela for her beautiful photographs and wonderful company on this wedding day.

Congratulations, Katrina and Killian!

  • Annette BowersJuly 3, 2017 - 15:26

    I am so Happy for you both I wish you a long life of happiness.

  • Judy CunninghamJuly 3, 2017 - 15:29

    Love forever! ❤️👌🏾

It’s remarkable for people to have a lasting relationship when they meet at a bar (even more remarkable when your sibling met their spouse in the same way). Imagine if it was your birthday and someone wearing formal wear showed up with a friend. That’s what happened on Kelly’s birthday when Tim came to her party wearing a tuxedo. The story is so remarkable, in fact, that it was recounted on the wedding day at least four times! What a lovely story to share,

Following their wedding ceremony at St. John and Paul Catholic Church, Kelly and Tim enjoyed their wedding reception at Kelly’s alma mater, Duquesne University Power Center. Guests got to hear the story of Kelly and Tim’s meeting once more in a lovely introduction by Jonny Hartwell from Kelli Burns Entertainment.

I was honored to have Nicki’s help once more for this beautiful wedding day.

Congratulations, Kelly and Tim!

  • Hugh MCELROYMay 16, 2017 - 20:53

    As the father of the groom,the pictures are the best I have ever seen. You have captured

    the joy, the fun, the love. The famous line” a picture is worth a thousand words” how true!

    You and your staff are a credit to your chosen profession. Well done.

    Your willingness to take not only your photos, but to take our cameras and take photos for us. how generous you were. THANK YOU. Sincerely Hugh McElroy (your biggest fan)

Taresa and Nick were friends before they started their romantic relationship. It’s so great to marry your best friend! They’re planning their wedding for this October at the Pittsburgh Field Club. Earlier this month, we set out into Pittsburgh’s Strip District and North Shore for a beautiful afternoon of photography. What a sunset!!!

Congratulations, Taresa and Nick!

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