Americo + Chloe | Omni William Penn


These two had a fairytale wedding straight out of a storybook…literally. Chloe made the entire ceremony arch out of books and the aisle runner was a scroll of their favorite quotes.

Americo’s father even choreographed their first dance to a ballroom/swing remake of ‘A Dream is A Wish Your Heart Makes.’ So yes, referring to this day as enchanted is not doing it justice. I’ll simply let the film do the talking.

If you’d love more enchantment, you can see some of their wedding photos, courtesy of the talented Michael Will.


Matthew + Brooke | Twelve Oaks Mansion


These two hail from South Carolina and brought all of that southern charm up to Cranberry Township, where Brooke grew up. Despite their genteel personalities, these two threw one rager of a dance party. See above.

Photography: Brett Seay of Blest Studios / Venue: Twelve Oaks Mansion

Kinley + Shane | Pittsburgh Athletic Association

Some days are just magical. This was one of those days. If you can’t get enough of these two beautiful people, check out their photographs captured by the always amazing Joey Kennedy.

Sutherland Shindig * Independence, VA

Megan Sutherland

Deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains, down in a valley at a bend in the river, I married my best friend. I could talk about my wonderful family and friends who worked tirelessly that entire weekend or the fact that I cried through at least 97% of the ceremony. I could talk about our pinata that replaced a wedding cake or our mellow first dance that turned into a choreographed show-stopping dance spectacular. Sure, I could talk about all of those things. But I won’t. I’ll let the video below do all of the talking.

Dresses: Etsy
Photography: Brittany Anderson
VideographyThe McSheldons
Catering & Cupcakes: The Galax Smokehouse

Pictory Productions 2.0

Welcome to the new Pictory Productions! My ideas came to life thanks to the incredibly talented red head, Natasha of paper crowns. I gave her the inspiration board above and she kicked butt! (And I’m pretty sure she also took names.)

Weddings are supposed to be a celebration and I think confetti fits perfectly into the design. It’s always a pet peeve of mine when companies hide behind their website, so I want people to be able to get to know me from the very beginning. When it comes to matrimony, you invest in both the product AND the person.

I hope you love it as much as I do, and I hope you’ll take the time to tour the new pages. If this was a real open house, I’d like to think I’d be serving champagne and fancy mini muffins.