“RUN AWAY WITH ME”
Louis Spanos and Colten Gill first met their senior year of high school, ended up attending Point Park University together, and now spend their time living and working in Pittsburgh.
Their senior year of college, the two took a Spring Break trip to New York City, where, after four years together, Colten proposed on the top of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, overlooking Central Park.
Ready to wed, Louis entered the pair in a Facebook contest one afternoon. The prize? Celebrating their wedding in one of their favorite Pittsburgh locations - the Carnegie - with all of the city at Third Thursday: We Do. With the support of their incredible family and friends, Louis and Colten got the wedding of their dreams and cannot wait to celebrate with you.
Save the Date
THURSDAY, FEB 21, 2019
While it’s a little unusual (hello, it’s a public event where anyone + everyone is invited), it’s perfectly Louis + Colten.
8:00 - 11:00 PM
Carnegie Museum of Art
Enjoy tours of the museum’s collection, a photo booth, DIY crafts, a dance party, and wedding cake for all.
The “I Do’s”
Inside the Hall of Architecture
Seating will be limited - show up early to make sure you get a seat for the ceremony.
Share your pictures with us! Use #louisandcolten on social media.
Due to the nature of the event, dinner will not be served. While snacks will be available to purchase and wedding cake will be available for all, we recommend eating before hand. View a list of Louis and Colten’s favorite ‘burgh bites below.
Cash bars will be available throughout the venue.
Anyone and everyone is welcome to attend! This is a public event, although you must be 18 years or older. Invite your group of friends, enjoy the museum’s activities after-hours, and eat some cake. We’re looking forward to celebrating with yinz.
While we greatly appreciate them, as this is a public event, please refrain from bringing gifts to the ceremony, as there simply isn’t a proper place to receive/store them. Cards may be dropped off at the ticketing tables when you arrive.
This is a ticketed event. Tickets will be available at the door, but are available for $10 (instead of $15) here.
After purchasing your tickets, be sure to let us know you’re coming (along with leaving your address so we can thank you).
The Carnegie Museum of Art is one of Louis and Colten’s favorite places in Pittsburgh. As part of the event, you’ll get to tour the museum’s collection, which includes the 2018 Carnegie International.
4400 Forbes Avenue,
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Parking for the Carnegie Museum of Art is most easily accomplished through the attached lot. View information on parking here.
We have registries at the following stores:
YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A DONATION IN OUR NAME TO
HUMANE ANIMAL RESCUE!
We rescued Jax, a 6-year-old pit bull terrier, in May of this year, and we love the work that Humane Animal Rescue does to support animals across the Pittsburgh region. We would be thrilled to have a gift from you be a donation to support their work in our names.
where to eat
Although wedding cake will be provided (and snacks will be available to purchase at the bars during the event), we recommend eating prior to attending. Below, find some of Louis and Colten’s favorite eats around the ‘burgh.
Gourmet burgers and handmade shakes, BRGR is one of Louis and Colten’s favorite date spots. $$
East Liberty, Downtown, Cranberry, and Mt. Lebanon
With two locations in Oakland (including one right across the street from the museum), this place is quick, easy, and has really tasty sushi. $
One of Louis and Colten’s first dates took place at this Tuscan Italian restaurant that’s BYOB, features both great pizza and handmade pasta dishes, and was voted one of the best Italian spots in the city. $$$
Meat & Potatoes
Another one of Louis and Colten’s first “grown-up” dates took place here, where you can get everything from burgers to steaks to flatbreads and more. $$$
Bae Bae’s Kitchen
A favorite for lunch during the week for the couple, Bae Bae’s serves Korean-inspired organic cuisine. Pro-tip: go for the Korean Fried Chicken and glass noodles. $$