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Heather + Joey: Turquoise & Orange Springtime Pennsylvania Wedding by Kristen Wynn Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photo: Kristen Wynn Photography; Venue: The Atrium; Bride’s Gown: Demetrios from Macy’s; Shoes: Pour La Victoire; Groom’s Attire: Calvin Klein from Men’s Wearhouse; Bridesmaid Dresses: Jim Hjelm from Bridal Beginning; Hair: Chele Opitz of Amy’s Hair Styling; Floral Design by T&J Floral; Invitations: MagnetStreet; Ceremony Music: Red Hot Chameleon Entertainment;  Catering: Fairground Market; Popcorn: Pittsburgh Popcorn Company; Cake: Autumn’s Cakes; Bride’s Veil: Frills Ltd.; Makeup: Megan Yudin; Officiant: John Antoline

Heather and Joey were married at The Atrium in Prospect, PA on May 24. “The Atrium was the perfect fit,” Heather said. “It was bright white, which we knew would make our colors pop, and the all glass atrium that was part of the building really brought in the outdoor feel.” The bride donned a strapless mermaid gown with a ruffled skirt and colored snakeskin peep toe pumps. She opted for a curly up-do and carried a bouquet with baby’s breath, garden and spray roses, carnations, and pin cushion proteas. The groom and his men looked dashing in gray three-piece suits. The groom wore an orange vest and necktie, while his men were outfitted in white. The bridesmaids stood out in bright turquoise one-shoulder floor-length chiffon gowns. “We built everything around our favorite colors – blue and orange,” Heather said. “The blue evolved into turquoise when we decided to go for a ‘tropical’ feel but without the sand and shells. We LOVE the Caribbean, so it was only fitting to incorporate that color scheme into our day.” After the reception, guests dined in an all-glass Atrium, allowing a lot of natural light to flow in. They outfitted the gazebo with blue and orange paper decor and had a photo booth with props for guests to document their night. Guests enjoyed a three-tiered cake decorated with blue and orange flowers, and munched on popcorn as well! The most special part of the big day? “My grandma wasn’t able to attend due to her health, so we actually FaceTimed the wedding so she could be a part of the big day,” Heather said. ” It was a great moment, and we’re so blessed that technology allowed her to be there.” How adorable? See the full board here.

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