This winter wedding inspiration was inspired by the colors of winter—burgundy, mistletoe green, silver and gold. Snow had just fallen in Pennsylvania for the first time in two months. The brides’ rings were a single princess cut band (symbolizing the tradition of marriage) and a rough crystal (symbolizing the uniqueness in each marriage). The venue was Linwood Estate in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

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Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration two brides long white dresses up do snow

Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration two brides long white dresses up do kiss

Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration flowers floral cake burgundy

Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration two brides long white dresses up do

Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration two brides long white dresses up do

Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration two brides long white dresses up do

Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration two brides long white dresses up do kiss

Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration two brides long white dresses up do kiss

Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration two brides long white dresses up do snow

Historic mansion winter wedding inspiration burgundy mistletoe silver gold

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Concept & Styling: Maura Pierce

Main Photographer: Maura Pierce

Models: Sarah Shellhorn & Emily Boyd

Venue: Linwood Estate 

Florals: Rhapsody in Bloom

Gown: Tiffany’s Bridal Boutique

Stationery: Ian Kraus

Cake: Farmhouse Cakes

Tulle Skirt: Mr. Pretty Skirt

Makeup: Ashley Miller (MASHuplook)

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