Who ever said that Pittsburghers have no fashion sense? With these Pittsburgh wedding dresses, we beg to differ! Throughout 2019, we featured some gorgeous frocks and today we’re taking a look back on the most memorable ones. From pretty ballgowns to bohemian flair to lace and beading galore, these Pittsburgh brides sure knew how to make their walk down the aisle not only breathtaking but also stylish!
Mia in Vera Wang
Hello flawless! As if this gold and white Fox Chapel Golf Club wedding wasn’t luxurious enough, Mia kicked things up a notch with her Vera Wang wedding dress from Nordstrom. The mermaid style silhouette fit her like a glove, while the skirt’s ruffles contrasted beautifully against the rouched bodice. A simple ribbon tied to the side completed the sweet but chic look!
Photos by Michael Will Photographers
Mackenzie in Truvelle
Dainty and delicate are two of the most perfect words to describe Mackenzie’s wedding dress. The soft Truvelle ballgown from Blanc de Blanc Bridal featured feminine lace and beading at the top, an airy skirt just made for twirling, and a ribbon waistband to separate the two. The back was finished off with a sweet bow. It was a dreamy fit for her soft and neutral wedding at The Pennsylvanian!
Photos by Levana Melamed Photography
Kelly in Anne Barge
Talk about a real life princess! At her soft and chic Hotel Monaco wedding, Kelly resembled something out of a Disney movie in her Anne Barge wedding dress purchased at Anne Gregory Couture. The voluminous gown featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and rouching at the bodice, and was incredibly gorgeous even without a single bead, sequin, or speck of lace. It was the epitome of effortless sophistication and simple beauty all rolled into one!
Photos by Jeannine Bonadio Photography
Julie in Daughters of Simone
For a casual outdoor wedding in the backyard you grew up in, there is no better vibe than boho princess! And that’s exactly what Julie looked like when she chose a Daughters of Simone sheath wedding dress from Luna Boutique. The intricate yet simple lace at the train and the bust was the only detailing needed to make this look beautifully cool. The bride added a Southwest-inspired turquoise necklace at the reception for a bright pop of color and a look that screamed modern!
Photos by Mandy Fierens Photography
Megan in Romona Keveza
Raise your hands if you’re a fan of “Say Yes to the Dress”! To find THE dress for her Butler Country Club wedding, Megan headed to NYC’s infamous Klenfeld Bridal. There she found her stunning Romona Keveza bridal gown that featured illusion lace, floral applique accents, and the softest of fabrics on the skirt. It was the perfect mix of romantic, contemporary, and classic styles. Megan completed her look with a cathedral length veil for an amazing finishing touch!
Photos by Jenna Hidinger Photography
Sarah in Yaki Ravid
When you’re having a mixed metallics wedding at the Omni William Penn Hotel, you pull out all.the.stops., even when it comes to your wedding dress. This gorgeous bride chose an ornate, all-beaded Yaki Ravid gown from Dimitra’s Bridal that featured long sleeves and a detachable skirt. She glistened almost as much as the reception details so we hope you have your shades handy. This look is for bold brides only and we consider ourselves SUPER fans!
Photos by Mandy Fierens Photography
Jillian in Sottero & Midgley
For this ballerina bride, nothing was better than a Sottero & Midgley ballgown from Bridal Beginning. The beaded straps and bodice were offset beautifully by a voluptuous skirt of soft, wispy layers. It’s almost as if this wedding dress was made for twirling and that’s exactly what Jillian did before her wedding at The Pennsylvanian. The rest of the day was just as dreamy as her entire bridal look!
Photos by Lauren Renee Photography
Adriana in Stephen Yearick
With a heart-shaped cut out in the back, Adriana’s Stephen Yearick wedding dress is sure to break a few! Featuring a fully encrusted bodice, back, AND train, this dream dress was purchased at Anne Gregory Couture. Despite all of the beauty from every single angle, absolutely nothing beat the view from behind. Detailing and satin-covered buttons came together to form the most perfect image for any happy day, especially this Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel wedding!
Photos by Jane+Dave Photography
Kelly in Rosa Clara
An elegant ballroom wedding at the Omni William Penn calls for something just as beautiful and striking as the venue itself. That might explain why this bride chose a Rosa Clara wedding dress from Anne Gregory Couture that is sure to stop you dead in your tracks. While the shoulders, waist, and back were encrusted with rhinestones and beads, the rest of the dress was rather simple, making it all the more breathtaking. While we do love us some all out glam, nothing beats understated chicness!
Photos by Dawn Derbyshire Photography
Erica in Anne Barge
An Anne Gregory Couture bride strikes again. Erica opted for this ballgown from the always talented Anne Barge, but the classic silhouette was given a modern twist. The wide waistband flaunted Erica’s figure beautifully while a similar the hem drew the eye from head to toe. Contemporary lace and pleating detail kept this dress current while channeling timeless romantic vibes. A gorgeous choice!
Photos by Wild Native Photography