Aimee & Bert Part Two: A Toast!

I once read this advice from a bride, “Take time to escape, just the two of you, and really soak up your wedding day.” In that vein, Aimee & Bert said their vows, posed to be immortalized on tin, and then they went to the top of the world to take advantage of their gorgeous, fall, wedding day.

Aimee & Bert Wedding Toast styled by Quelcy // www.Quelcy.com

Known locally [I think?] as “French Fry Park” because of its fried-spud-like sculpture, this roadside park offers one of the best views of the city. On this particular day, the gingko trees had swathed the grass in a vibrant blanket of yellow. It was the perfect place for Aimee and Bert to spend a quiet moment together and toast to their marriage.

Aimee & Bert Wedding Toast styled by Quelcy // www.Quelcy.com

Being that Aimee owns a juice shop and wellness studio, it was only appropriate that their toast to health and be a healthy drink.

Aimee & Bert Wedding Toast styled by Quelcy // www.Quelcy.com

In the spirit of something old, I sourced these vintage glasses for their special, hilltop toast.

Aimee & Bert Wedding Toast styled by Quelcy // www.Quelcy.com

Here’s to many years!

Aimee & Bert Wedding Toast styled by Quelcy // www.Quelcy.com

Aimee & Bert Wedding Toast styled by Quelcy // www.Quelcy.com

Postscript:

Photography by Joey Kennedy.
Styled by Quelcy.
Aimee’s flowers by Roxanne’s Dried Flowers.
Location: Polish Hill, Pittsburgh

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