Tiffany and Tell are the most adorable couple!
When you see all of the beautiful details that went into their wedding you’re going to be AMAZED. From a breathtaking bridal gown to the most lush table settings — this is one wedding you’ll want to save all over Pinterest for your own inspiration. Held in March, Tiffany and Tell’s wedding took place at the Heinz Memorial Chapel and had plenty of options for outdoor photography — thankfully the weather was spectacular for the springtime and created the perfect lighting for these two.
The colors used throughout the wedding were just gorgeous. Deep, rich tones of brown and red and blue — just look at how textured and beautiful the bouquet is! The wedding stationery and guest cards were equally as lovely — they created such an anticipation for the beautiful wedding to come.
Tiffany’s dress was GORGEOUS. It perfectly suited her in every way and showed that brides don’t have to always stick to a traditional gown — this was a statement piece for sure and looked splendid in all the locations in the photography shoots.
How breathtaking does she look? This dress was light, airy and oh-so-gorgeous.
Heinz Memorial Chapel is a favorite for residents and visitors alike and for good reason. There’s no end to the spectacular shots here and around the city!
The daytime wedding was perfect with the lighting just right — it really added MORE glow to the already stunning couple.
After a beautiful ceremony, Tiffany and Tell took their guests to the tropical garden at Phipps Conservatory — a lovely venue for the reception. The floral and woodsy theme was incorporated wonderfully — hanging vines and lanterns from the ceiling — there are just no words to describe how romantic and intimate it made the space feel.
When your loved ones aren’t present, it’s so important to feel like you can include them in one of the most important days of your life — adding a vintage photograph to your decor adds beauty and sentiment in all the right ways. Love!
Textured vines, candles and the most beautiful blooms — what else would look this gorgeous on the sweetheart table?