Styled Shoots

Winter Elegance at the Parkside Mansion

This winter wedding styled shoot featured a 1940’s theme including a 1940’s Rolls Royce antique car with a gorgeous floral swag. The styled shoot team included a red, white and green color theme with pearl accents and gold to go with the venue decor and provide a touch of elegance for the holidays. The ladies wore beautiful bridal gowns with lace and a fur jacket for the cold weather. The groom wore a black tux to the “wedding”.

The Parkside Mansion just finished complete renovations and is a beautiful, classic venue. The venue just had snow the day before so a nice dusting of snow covered the ground. Candlelight Ambiance provided a golden candlestick centerpiece which was also filled with matching florals, and the table setting provided by Event Rents. Trenda Blatner designed two different table settings – one with a red tablecloth and gold leaf accents and the other was a cream tablecloth with a gold place setting, both with crystal goblets – very elegant!  The floral centerpieces were beautiful with bright colors and small pearl accents.

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Photographer: Linda Murri Photography // Venue: Parkside Mansion // Event Planner: Unique Moments Event Planning // Cake Designer: Kelley Kakes // Event Rentals: Event Rents // Makeup Artist: Bronze and Beautiful // Design & Decor: Candlelight Ambiance // Floral Designer: Enchanted Floral Design // Invitation Designer: Sweet Zion Paperie // Transportation: Excursions Limousine Service // Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Men’s Warehouse // Dress Store: Compleat Couture

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2 comments
  1. Linda Murri Photography

    December 12th, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    Thank you for the beautiful feature! I love how it turned out! Good luck to all of the winter brides!

  2. jbearp

    December 29th, 2017 at 10:36 pm

    Really love your site

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