Who says pink and blue is only for a baby shower? The combo has never looked better than in this hip and modern rooftop wedding at Hotel Monaco! Inspired by an image she found online, Alex worked hard to make the color palette sophisticated with edgy details. Lush, voluminous bouquets from The Farmer’s Daughter in varying shades of white, pink, periwinkle, and purple gave a brilliant pop of color against the bridesmaids’ soft blue gowns from Bridal Beginning. A variety of arrangements set in gold rimmed terrariums or mercury glass containers matched the ivory and gold chairs at the cocktail style reception. But the highlight was certainly the boxwood wall with an ombre effect courtesy of red, pink, and white carnations. Planned in just five months with the help of Pittsburgh wedding planner bumble burgh Events & Co. and beautifully captured by Rachel Rowland Photography and Dorosh Documentaries, this wedding is proof that pink and blue is a winning combination for any occasion.
About the Couple
We met a few years ago when I was integrated into Scott’s group of friends. After a few months of seeing each other at friend events, we exchanged numbers, talked about The Bachelor, and ended up going out together. Fast forward a few years (and many Bachelor/ette seasons later) and we were engaged!
About the Wedding
Graphic, classic, and colorful. I fell in love with an image of a ocean-like blue icing on a cake with different colored pink flowers all over. I immediately became obsessed with the color palette but knew that it would be difficult to overcome it looking like a baby shower. With the flower wall elements, gold details, and the muted range of pink and blue hues, it turned out perfectly.
Both Scott and I were able to spend so much time with our bridesmaids and groomsmen because our planners and vendors were so on top of it all. There wasn’t a moment we were worried about details or timing or anything; it was all facilitated for us. We got to live in the moment, spend time with our friends and family, and remember every bit of magic that was that day.