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Monday, May 09, 2005

Location, location, location

So...we looked around a little at some wedding websites and we bought a wedding book (Bridal Bargains). Now what?

It seems we have to pick a date and location (research said we're supposed to do this 12+ months before the actual date! Yikes!). We're looking to have a summer wedding (next summer) and in Pittsburgh, but as for location, we're still shopping around. Any suggestions?


beej said...

here are my top 56 pittsburgh wedding location choices (i meant 5, but i typed 56 and thought i would leave it as a HIlarious surprise). in no particular order:

* The dining area above the O, the ceremony of course being performed by an Elvis impersonator
* My apartment (I'll move the bed)
* UC 318 (I'll move the tables). This one does have the downside that in the summer of 2006, Zobie will still be in his office throughout the ceremony
* Falling water (on the water)
* David Shumway's house (I'll move the life-sized cardboard cutout of Hitchcock)
* and number 5, Donner "Big Blue" House

This post has no purpose.

6:37 PM  
yincrash said...

On my lawn. nah.

In Schenley Park.

12:41 AM  
Imagine42 said...

Yeah, Schenley Park!!


7:27 AM  
Courtk said...

Ooo! A summer wedding! Some pretty Pgh places - Phipps Conservatory (you can have the service and/or the reception there), Heinz Hall (they have a restaurant there and it's really pretty, apparently), Falling Water isn't such a bad idea - they have a place to do it across from the actual house.

Aw, yay, weddings!!! As we know, if my degree from CMU doesn't work out, I am becoming a wedding planner. Seriously. So I am totally obsessed with all weddings. :D

8:41 AM  
Clarence said...

Schenley does have a nice pavilion/gazebo thing (I don't know what those things are called in Pittsburgh). But make sure you hire Tristan (call him Mister) as the wedding planner (no offense to CourtK, who would probably make an excellent wedding planner--but I expect she'll earn her degree).

1:14 PM  

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