September 15, 2009

Chris & Ashley – Pittsburgh

It’s not often that you get such a charming location for a wedding. An old golf club on the outskirts of Pittsburgh set the perfect scene for Chris and Ashley’s wedding. It rained early on in the day, but by the time the ceremony started the sun was shining. Everybody in the wedding party was a great sport and it was good to hang out with all of them. The party later on was highlighted by a great live band… it was one of those nights you didn’t want to end!

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