Oh, how we love Woodbine Mansion! It fulfills all of our “run through a castle in your best dress” dreams and is oh so much fun! It has this old-world feeling with a whole lot of elegance, romance, and class. By nature, this location tells so many beautiful stories on its own, but we had the opportunity to add a romantic and modern touch to it for this super fun styled shoot wedding at Woodbine Mansion!
Isn’t it funny how sometimes things that come together at the last minute turn out to be your favorite? Well, that happened to be the case with this shoot! We were in the middle of a very busy wedding season when this shoot opportunity fell into our laps, we just knew we HAD to be a part of it. In fact, it turned out to be just what we needed to give us that extra little jolt to get through the wedding season! Spending the day being creative and making new connections with vendors in the industry is always a wonderful way to spend a day!
Now let’s talk about the setup, luxurious tea party, anyone!?
Rich velvet linens, vibrant peaches and pinks, and those CAKES!? I mean, wow. Everything seemed to fall perfectly into place for this shoot. One of our favorite locations was the fireplace, we’re still thinking about it and how much we wish it was in our very own living room! We had so much fun building the floral installation there and just adored the way the dried floral elegantly draped down the side of the mantel. It’s the perfect statement piece idea for your wedding at Woodbine Mansion. Also… can we take a moment for those lush fluffy flowers!? They seemed to be plucked right out of my dream garden! We scored the best floral ingredients. Dried and bleached hanging amaranthus, fluffy pampas, roses, and more! It was all so so good!
Inside the mansion was a table that seemed to have been pulled straight out of a fairytale.
Rich in color and texture, it was a dream location for us to create floral for. We pulled the whole look together with modern details! A velvet tablecloth matched the romantic vibe of Woodbine Mansion and the pink color tied in so well with the modern look we were going for! Hot pink taper candles placed inside ceramic candlesticks were grouped together alongside some peach-cut crystal votives. These worked SO well with the artistic deconstructed style centerpieces we made. Sooo dreamy! To really pull together the final details of this table we had modern flatware, plates, and seating cards that were paired with a luxurious napkin and cut crystal water glasses. Can we take a seat at this table every night!?
Each and every detail was immaculate.
There was this beautiful vintage bar cart that we built a fun little champagne tower out of, and of course, filled it with nothing other than some rosé! We loved being able to dream up fun little floral installs for all of these details.
In addition to that romantic fireplace and guest table, we love the little sweetheart table we created out in the garden terrace!
On this stunning terrace, the sun seemed to drip through the ceiling highlighting the beauty this sweetheart table offered. On our romantic table for two we draped another velvet linen down the center so it looked like a runner. This provided so much movement! But the real show stopper? The floral installation we created on the front left leg really draws your eye immediately! We designed an installation that felt like a rosebush growing up the leg of the table. It was overflowing with roses and had touches of pampas grass to soften and pull together the overall feel. We just LOVE how it turned out!
To complement our installation here, we made a petite version to sit upon the sweetheart table itself. This little beauty really completed the table and it was almost as if we created a beautiful floral frame for two lovers to sit in during their wedding at Woodbine Mansion!
Wow, we could go on for ages about this styled wedding at Woodbine Mansion. It was so much fun to be a part of and we are so lucky to have worked with such incredible vendors!
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Photo: Jessie Shultz Photography
Venue: Woodbine Mansion
Dress: Liv and Love Bridal
Cakes: Jane Dough
Rentals: Premiere Events Austin
Stationary: East Rose Studio
Muah: Lola Beauty
Planner: Morgan Dianne Events