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adrianne + nick: the ceremony | pittsburgh, pa photography | weddings

By October 4, 2010 2 Comments

I’ll be honest, their ceremony was at one of the most unique churches I have seen. It was held at St Mary’s Catholic Church in Cecil, Pa. Usually prior to arriving I try to check out the website to get an idea of what the church looks (unless it’s close enough to take a casual drive). Well, I tried to find photos on the website but unless I wasn’t looking hard enough I just couldn’t find anything. I thought, “well, I’ve shot in all kinds of churches: bright, too bright, dark, too dark and everything in between so I was good to go. When I showed up, the outside of the building is so unique including the ceilings inside. The lighting inside the church cast triangular patterns all over the ceilings and down the walls. It was the most unique church I have seen in a while so it made for some beautiful shots during the ceremony.  Just to give you an idea of what the exterior of the church looked like, here is a photo courtesy of Mr. Gregory Bish himself that he snapped while guests were arriving. 🙂

So besides the awesome ceilings and shadows……look how STUNNING she was (Nick wasn’t too bad either)!!!

I CAN”T WAIT to share the portrait photos…..

2 Comments

  • Leeann says:

    Yay! Cecil! That’s where I live. It IS a cool church, huh? I’ve shot in there before and luckily none of the triangular ceiling gave me issues with lighting at the altar.. just a cool look to everything.

  • jen mcken says:

    I knew you were from the Pittsburg area but I didn’t know you lived there! 🙂 We totally could have met up for some coffee pre-wedding!

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