Like all of my amazing wedding clients, Lauren and Chris said that photography was one of their top priorities for their wedding day. They planned to have a whole hour for portrait photography in between their wedding ceremony and reception. On the day of the wedding, they had to improvise in order to avoid the people (and their cars) out and about in Pittsburgh concerts, events and following construction detours. Lauren and Chris agreed that we should change our plans to shoot at their Alma mater, Duquesne University, opting instead for a stop at Setter’s Cabin Park along the route to their wedding reception. While I am always nervous to change the couple’s plan, having more time to take photos was the best choice. At the end of the session, Lauren exclaimed “I’m so happy that we came here for photos! This is great!” It is nice to see that Lauren and Chris are already making the right decisions as a couple.
Lauren and Chris were married earlier this month in a ceremony at Zion Lutheran Church in the South Hills are of Pittsburgh. After greeting their guests, they traveled to Settler’s Cabin Park for some portraits before heading to their reception at Pittsburgh Airport Marriott. I was beyond excited to work with the talented DJ Andy Booth (after a three year hiatus) and he kept the dance floor full all night long.
Many thanks to Nicki for her excellent photographs, help, and support all day.
Congratulations, Lauren and Chris!