Alicia and David’s Wedding at the Renaissance Hotel Downtown Pittsburgh

When we were working together for their engagement shoot, Alicia and David each told me that they had very expressive and emotional families. They also said that they wanted to have a “First Look” before their wedding ceremony but were still looking forward to seeing each other as Alicia and her dad came down the aisle of the church.

Alicia and her bridesmaids got ready at the Renaissance hotel where Alicia and David would later celebrate with their wedding reception. Alicia and her mom share a happy moment just before Alicia gets into her stunning wedding dress.

Alicia and David have a First Look on the patio just outside of Alicia’s room at the Renaissance.

Then off to St Scholastica’s church in Aspinwall.

Alicia has three brothers but this was her dad’s first time being father of the bride. I think he was a little nervous pacing in this corner of the church.

Alicia and David arrive downtown into the Renaissance Hotel Pittsburgh

And straight into their first dance.

After beautiful toasts and a great dinner, they danced the night away with their great family and friends.

Congratulations, Alicia and David!


Wedding Details:

Catholic wedding ceremony at St Scholastic Church in Aspinwall

Wedding reception at The Renaissance Hotel in Downtown Pittsburgh

Hair and makeup by Cassie from Lewis’ Hair Salon

Cake by Minerva’s Bakery

Flowers by Allison McGeary Florist

Entertainment by Jeremy of Jeremy Ganss Productions

I'm Randi Voss, a professional wedding and portrait photographer based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I specialize in photographing fun, happy weddings working throughout the wedding day as both a photojournalist and a portraiture artist. Have a look around my blog to see what I've been doing lately, both personally, and professionally, and get to know me better. View the Galleries to see some of my favorite photos. Leave a comment to let me know your thoughts. Sincerely, Randi

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