The Mary Stegmaier Mansion – Wilkes-Barre, PA
The bride and groom-to-be will experience the singular charm of stepping back in time to the early twentieth century at the Mary Stegmaier Mansion in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Built in 1910 by George and Mary Stegmaier, the beautiful, newly renovated fifteen-thousand-square-foot property sparkles with art nouveau décor, period-style furnishings, and artwork that delights wedding parties and their guests alike. The serenity and romance of a time forgotten resonate in surroundings that accentuate beauty for its own sake.
The property boasts a grand ballroom that seats in excess of one hundred fifty people, and an exquisite stained-glass solarium casts a luminescent glow on the festivities that evokes feelings of intimacy and nostalgia.
The property is open for bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, wedding celebrations, receptions and brunch, and the mansion’s dedicated staff works tirelessly with each couple to personalize their own unique wedding.
Celebrate the best moments of your life at the Mary Stegmaier mansion, where the past and present merge to create magic and memories that endure forever.
The Wedding Planner Magazine
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