Classical guitarist Scott Neibauer with Arioso Strings offered lovely renditions of Bach's 'Prelude from Suite 1,' Beethoven's 'Ode to Joy,' and the Beatles' 'Here Comes The Sun' as their processional music.
Will proposed in Pittsburgh at the top on the incline overlooking the city. It was a rainy day and both families were in the covered shelter in the know about why he and Margot were outside alone in the gusting wind, even though the proposal was a surprise to Margot. Will planned it well and it was just right for them. You can see their faces light up when they talk about it.
Jason Dail was their excellent photographer, their florist was Cornelia Vick, the band was White Chocolate from East Coast Entertainment and their videographer was Philip McInnis from Twenty-One Films, LLC. I loved crediting good professionals. They make it all come together smoothly. Special thanks goes to Ashley Whittington with Angus Barn for her fabulous coordination. I've worked with Ashley before and she is gracious, professional and thorough.
They have a Basset Hound named Buddy and a couple of nutty cats. They know how to create a home and a life full of love.
They brought love into my life and I send it right back to them. May their life be blessed. They're the kind of folks who pass it on to others.
When they got back from their honeymoon I got the following pictures that friends had taken and this sweet note:
Their wedding party...
Margot playing the guitar. Will's nickname for her is Big Red.
Margot beaming at the reception. Of couse they were beaming all day.
Margot and her mother.