Woodbine Mansion Wedding & Bridal Portraits
We are totally awed by this new wedding venue in Round Rock, Texas. The historic Woodbine Mansion was built in 1900 has undergone massive renovations with new owners (while keeping with the beautiful nuances of its original architecture). They did a phenomenal job of preserving as much old history as possible, so the mansion feels like you’re stepping back in time when you cross the threshold of this grand home. An ornate iron gate ushers guests into the estate, and gorgeous white columns stand tall at the front of the mansion. Even with its stately grandeur, the property and home feel welcoming with the bright colors, lighting, and vibrant landscaping. We are thrilled to photograph this Woodbine Mansion wedding and bridal portraits!
What this Means for Your Woodbine Mansion Wedding
The estate sprawls out over 1.5 acres of lush land and has served as a Texas Historic Landmark since 1973. The Woodbine Mansions accommodates both indoor and outdoor events, and their private gardens are breathtaking for celebrating in the open air. For more formal events, they offer two spacious courtyards for outdoor entertaining with an elegant gazebo and garden trellis. Inside, both the first and second floors of the mansion are available to guests, including FIVE private changing rooms! Your vendor will love this venue, too, as they’ve incorporated vendor green rooms – they really have it all!
Annie’s bridal portraits were taken when the purple wisteria was in full bloom under the patio pergola (March, if you are wondering!). Springtime is the most glorious wedding season around the Texas hill country. The heat hasn’t hit, and everything looks so full of life and colorful! The wisteria, paired with her fitted white gown and updo, looked like something from a groom’s dream. Annie is so beautiful inside and out, and we couldn’t be happier for her as she gets ready to tie the knot at her Woodbine Mansion wedding.
Cristine actually got married at a downtown Austin wedding, but wanted something different for her bridal session and chose The Woodbine Mansion as the perfect spot! We started off her bridal session in the black and white tile sunroom. A soft light illuminates the entire room through adjacent walls filled with floor-to-ceiling windows. The black chandelier and tiles add some elegant contrast. Just as the sun was starting to set, we moved to the front steps with the white pillars and giant rhododendron tree as the backdrop. The soft glow of the sun spread out over the veranda, and she looked so lovely in her white ballgown dress. Of course, you gotta show off the Louboutin heels if you have them!
Her mom came along to help out, and I couldn’t help but document some sweet candid moments between the two of them as we moved to each spot during her bridal session. Their relationship is obviously really special. I have a feeling these photos will be treasured just as much as her bridal portraits. It was so much fun getting to document such special photos for special ladies, and this Woodbine Mansion bridal portraits session is perfection!
What an honor to be among the few first photographers to shoot here! After relishing in the beauty of the estate during our time there, we wouldn’t be surprised if this becomes one of the most sought-after venues around North Austin. We wish them much success!
Contact us today to book your bridal portrait or wedding at Woodbine Mansion!
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