Cassie & Sean | DoubleTree Pittsburgh Meadow Lands | Washington Weddings

Cassie and Sean were married on a 60 degree day in February at the DoubleTree Pittsburgh – Meadowlands in Washington PA. There is nothing quite so mood lifting as being in the sun without a jacket on.

Cassie looked like sheer perfection in her beautiful Madison James wedding gown completed with a cathedral veil. While the front of the dress is classic and sleek, the back was breathtaking with buttons running up the long train, an open back with accent crystal bows: it fit her like a glove.

Doing a first look allowed us to take all our pictures (well most of them) out of the way before the reception. Sean’s reaction was amazing, I think he loved Cassie’s dress even more than she did.

We took the majority of our pictures at the DoubleTree. Cassie and Sean were so cooperative and adorable, I couldn’t stop taking pictures. The gazebo, hallways, ceremony room, back yard and elevators were all places we utilized. The off site photos were taken at a restaurant not too far from the hotel.

The doubletree was beautifully decorated for the ceremony and reception. The ceremony chairs had a modern knot in the white satin, white rose petals and candles running the length of the isle. Blue uplighting, silver trees and a white sheer backdrop transformed the junior ballroom into a winter wonderland.

Blue uplighting and pin spotting completed tied the whole room together setting the wintery atmosphere. Everyone was in awe of how absolutely stunning the ballroom looked. The centerpieces, cake stands, guest book and keepsake gift were all hand-made by the bride’s father. The wintery room was not complete until the first dance where Cassie and Sean danced on the cloud. The cloud laid perfectly on the dance floor creating the final finish touch to a perfect winter wedding. Once DJ Chaz opened the dance floor, the party never stopped.

Please enjoy a sample of pictures captured at Cassie and Sean’s wedding.

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