This Pittsburgh Opera wedding proves that the roaring 20s are back and in more ways than one. With an opulent color palette of black, white, gold, and emerald as a backdrop, the Art Deco style was brought to life with a vengeance at Dina and Andrew’s stunning celebration. With a little logistical help from Day Of Pittsburgh, the bride used her background in interior and event design to completely transform the otherwise industrial Pittsburgh wedding venue into a show-stopping space that rivals any party Gatsby ever threw. Gilded gold tables, lush velvet lounge furniture, chairs in the richest shade of green, and a custom black and white geometric dance floor were just a few of the many incredible pieces All Occasions Party Rental and Marbella Event Furniture and Decor Rental provided. Centerpieces of glass candelabras and entwined fresh florals oozed romance while a cake bearing the couple’s initials looked like it was straight out of the 1920s era. Be prepared for literal wedding magic, friends. Thank goodness Wiley Wedding Films and Steven Dray Photography were there to capture all of the amazingness because it was out of this world. We’re dead.
About the Couple
Growing up in bordering towns, it took a chance encounter in the summer of 2017 for Dina and Andrew to meet (on Bumble!). The first date, at Eighth & Hays in Pittsburgh’s Homestead neighborhood, marked the beginning of their relationship. One year after meeting, upon coming home from work, Dina found a birthday surprise, complete with a note from Andrew, instructing her to meet him at the place of their first date. Dina arrived at the local wine bar to find Andrew anxiously waiting with the ring in hand! The newly engaged couple spent the rest of the weekend celebrating Dina’s birthday (and their big announcement!) with family and friends.
About the Wedding
It was a chic, modern twist on the Art Deco style of the 1920’s with black, white, and metallics. Dina used her background in interior and event design to make her dream wedding a reality.
Andrew seeing Dina for the first time as she processed down the aisle, the couple’s private first look at their reception venue (as designed by Dina herself!), and every second spent on the dance floor with family and friends.