Rebekah and Matt originally considered scheduling their engagement session in February – but I have to say, I think waiting until the beginning of May was a great idea. Is there anything prettier than spring flowering trees? There are so many in full bloom right now, and they made stunning backdrops for Rebekah and Matt as we walked around Downtown Pittsburgh. Here are a few of my favorite photos from their session, which included Gateway Center, Fort Duquesne Boulevard and the Clemente Bridge, Mellon Green and finally the Mellon Institute in Oakland.
It’s a little time-consuming to walk from the Allegheny River over to Mellon Green. But one of many wonderful reasons to love Downtown Pittsburgh: it’s a short ride on the T. And it’s free!
Rebekah and Matt… just a few months until your wedding. Can’t wait!
Christina Montemurro Photography specializes in photographing Pittsburgh weddings and bar mitzvahs. Using a photojournalistic approach, Christina provides extraordinary attention to detail and customer service. Christina loves to work with happy couples who want to look their best in their wedding photos, but still look like themselves, not models in a styled shoot for a magazine.
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