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Emily and Colin – Fox Chapel Golf Club

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Fox Chapel Golf Club Pittsburgh Hotel Monaco Modern Wedding Reception

Emily and Colin’s wedding was a glamorous event: all white, gold and lots of flowers. The pair married at the chic boutique Hotel Monaco and then hosted their reception at the always stunning Fox Chapel Golf Club.

Fox Chapel Golf Club Pittsburgh Newlywed Portrait with Pastel Bouquet

 

Did we mention all the flowers? From the alter at the ceremony to Emily’s bouquet to the cake and, naturally, the table floral arrangements, Mt. Lebanon Floral helped transform every aspect of the wedding into something truly magical. The lush greenery mixed with the lovely pastel flowers is such a pretty contrast!

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The reception tables were particularly gorgeous. The gold chairs really set off the crisp white linens and the mix of scale between the short and tall arrangements helped create depth in the glamorous space. The trailing greenery on the table’s candelabras was a fresh, modern detail that helped set the decor apart.

Fox Chapel Golf Club Pittsburgh Whimsical Gold Chevron Wedding Cake

Fox Chapel Golf Club Pittsburgh Glam Dessert Table

As for sweet treats…why just have a cake when you can have a cake and a dessert table? Emily and Colin employed the help of the talented folks at Bella Christine’s to create a whole host of sugary goodies for the wedding’s guests. For the cake, the couple went whimsical; the gold chevron pattern mixed with the fresh flowers is simple and cute. The dessert table is a mecca of all things cake: cupcakes, cake pops….and the classic sugar cookie. Dessert tables are a fun way for guests to participate in the festivities, letting them customize their last course!

Fox Chapel Golf Club Pittsburgh Live Wedding Band Guests Dancing

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And what better way to burn off that sugar buzz than with a lot of dancing? The John Parker Band kept the fun going well into the night with their signature blend of high energy and a personalized setlist. We think it’s pretty obvious from all these smiling faces that Emily and Colin’s guests absolutely loved dancing the night away with The John Parker Band!

Fox Chapel Golf Club Pittsburgh Bride and Band Singing at Reception

Fox Chapel Golf Club Wedding Guests Dancing and Singing to Live Music

Fox Chapel Golf Club Pittsburgh Wedding Guests Singing with Live Band at Reception

Fox Chapel Golf Club Pittsburgh Wedding Guests Dancing to Live Band

If Colin and Emily’s wedding looks like your idea of an amazing wedding, please don’t hesitate to contact any of their vendors! And if these happy faces dancing the night away makes you want to break out your own dancing shoes, be sure to drop John Parker Band a line to chat about them playing at your own big day!

Special thanks to photographer Joey Kennedy for so graciously allowing us to use his gorgeous photographs in this post. He really knows how to capture the mood of an event, doesn’t he? Be sure to check out his website and Instagram page to see more of his absolutely beautiful work!

-Wedding Playlist-

First Dance- Future Days, Pearl Jam

Bride/Father Dance- My Little Girl, Tim McGraw

Groom/Mother Dance- Forever Young, Rod Stewart

Last Dance- The Gambler, Kenny Rogers

-All the Vendors-

Ceremony Location- Hotel Monaco

Reception Location- Fox Chapel Golf Club

Florist- Mt. Lebanon Floral

Cake- Bella Christie’s

Photographer- Joey Kennedy

Videographer- Shofilms

Band- John Parker Band

Comments: 1

  1. Posted by Barbara Frank 04 Feb 2016 at 12:06 am

    amazing!

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