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A Colorful Wedding at the Children's Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Connie Chiueh, 39, a materials developer at Reebok, and Dan Mazzocco, 30, a product test engineer at Reebok, met at a work event clearing dead branche

Connie Chiueh, 39, a materials developer at Reebok, and Dan Mazzocco, 30, a product test engineer at Reebok, met at a work event clearing dead branches and brush in the woods of the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston, Massachusetts. Since meeting Dan, Connie tried to mail as many work packages as she could on his floor so they could bump into each other again. They eventually started to date and four years later, Dan proposed with a custom ring that he designed for Connie and a poem that described the ring and their relationship. Although the couple lived in Boston, Massachusetts, they decided to have the wedding in Pittsburgh where Dan grew up and where his family lived. Admitting to being big kids themselves, Connie and Dan decided to have their wedding ceremony and reception at the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh. "We really loved the spirited and artistic atmosphere of the entire museum," says Connie "The building itself is really unique and beautiful, with its combination of old and modern architecture, and every room is infused with character and artistic flair." The couple had their reception in the Studio Room, with bright fuchsia and orange streamers hanging above the ceremony space, and the reception in the Big Red Room with large white circular lights. The Children's Museum space served as a colorful backdrop throughout Connie and Dan's entire wedding day.

Connie designed the wedding invitations with green, red and neutral hues, and inserted a graphic of two hummingbirds that was symbolic of being lighthearted.
Connie's wedding ring had a white gold band and Dan's wedding ring had a wide silver band, both engraved with "You are loved." The rings were made by the Etsy online shop Aide-memoire Jewelry, and placed on top of reindeer moss.
The bride wore a pair of silver strapped shoes with a low heel by Nina and was purchased at DSW.
Smiling Bride with White Backdrop
The bride designed her own bouquet, which was made of white hydrangeas, green roses and maidenhair fern.
Connie picked a draped back beaded piece as her wedding dress from the Badgley Mischka evening gown collection.
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh Wedding Venue
Coral Rose With Red Hypericum Berry Boutonniere
The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh had a colorful mix of fuchsia and orange streamers hanging from the ceiling, right above where the couple had their wedding ceremony.
Father Walking Bride Down the Aisle
Vow Reading at the Wedding Ceremony
After their parents lit their individual unity candles, the bride and groom lit their final unity candle together during their ceremony.
Happily Married Couple Outside Museum
Bride and Groom Shot at Bike Rack
Wedding Party on Andy Warhol Bridge
Red Reception Space With White Circular Lights
Escort cards were hung on a board for guests to find their table number, designed in red, green and neutral hues with a bright red pin.
Escort Card Board With Quote
A red guest book was placed on a table decorated with family photos and an instant camera.
Vintage Aqua Ice Bucket Camera Case
Red Flowers and Old Family Photographs
Palm Plant, Gold Painted Rocks and Picture
Neanthe bella palm plants, mambo spray roses and red hypericum berries with leather leaf fern and groupings of reindeer moss with gold painted rocks were each nestled in a ceramic measuring cup. White table numbers had the evening's menu printed on the other side.
Close-up of Reception Dinner Menu
Smiling Married Couple at the Reception
Miniature Bride and Groom Cake Topper
Married Couple First Dance at Reception