The Woodward Theater is located in the heart of Cincinnati, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods: Over-the-Rhine. The theater has a very historic style, first opening in 1913 as a silent-movie house and reopening in 2014 as the Westwood theater.
Mt. Echo Pavilion is one of the finest venues of the Cincinnati Park System. Buckeye and Sycamore trees encompass an Italianate-style pavilion with a diverse arrangement of flowers and a stylish, open design, providing a magnificent view of the Cincinnati Skyline.
We were excited when the newlyweds, Matt and Laura, invited us to celebrate with them at Paul Brown Stadium (PBS), home of the Cincinnati Bengals. (Who Dey!) Sports fanatic or not, Paul Brown Stadium is a beautiful place to hold a wedding. The captivating 62’ glass wall of windows allows for a majestic view of the Cincinnati skyline. From start to finish, the PBS event manager, Rachael, and her staff were very efficient and well-organized. They went above and beyond to make sure that set-up would be easy and seamless. From meeting us at the front gate, to guiding us through the East lounge, the PBS staff made every aspect of our setup a piece of cake.
Thanks to the help of Rachael and PBS staff, the night went on without a hitch; and our photo booth had a non-stop line of guests having the time of their lives. The full memory album, given to Matt and Laura, was the Picture Perfect proof of the great times everyone had. Thanks to Paul Brown Stadium, their wonderful staff, and the newlyweds for choosing Picture Perfect to help capture their wedding day memories!