Ocean blues, gold details, and peach accents played up the modern aesthetic of Meghan and Spencer’s Hotel Monaco wedding. Their timeless yet trendy wedding style is where the worlds of fine art and soft whimsy collide, making it the perfect match for the creatives behind Exhale Events, the Pittsburgh wedding planners who helped execute the couple’s big day. After a first look session on the hotel’s infamous rooftop, Meghan exchanged vows with her better half wearing a simple and chic Atelier Pronovias dress from Bridal Beginning. Afterwards, the ballroom was dressed in ethereal table runners of the softest shade of blue while floral arrangements from Karrie Hlista Designs combined peach roses and fresh greenery with delicate touches of a living something blue. Floating and taper candles in navy gave a dramatic pop, while each place setting was adorned with a sophisticated menu cards from K. Flowers Designs. With all of these details wrapped up into such an awe-inspiring day and Palermo Photo behind the lens, it’s a given that you’re in for a real treat with this stunner!
About the Couple
Meghan and Spencer met in their first year of medical school at the University of Pittsburgh. After dating for three years, they got engaged at their apartment.
About the Wedding
Meghan and Spencer’s day was a fusion of classic meets modern and we couldn’t think of a better location than Hotel Monaco. The classic architecture and contemporary finishes set the backdrop to their muted color palette.
Meghan’s classic look and elegant dress made her a clean image of Grace Kelly with modern pops of color through her accessories. Her long veil was perfect in the breeze as she greeted Spencer for their first look on the rooftop of Hotel Monaco.
Their ceremony space was framed with large columns of white flowers and Italian ruscus from Karrie Hlista Designs.
Inside the ballroom, mixed metals complimented the muted color tones of peach, blue, and white. Each guest’s place setting had a lavender sprig as a nod to Spencer and Meghan. Blue silk runners from Tono + co softly framed tables, while tall cascading florals complimented the beautiful tall ceilings.
Our favorite moment of the day was their first look when they met each other on the rooftop around their family and friends, and then again when we finally revealed the ballroom – with all their mixed metals and muted neutral floral tones.