Natalie and Eric were another one of the many couples affected by corona, but against all odds they tied the knot in a lovely, intimate mansion wedding captured by Carthart Photography in romantic shots! Regarded as the most well-known home in Round Rock, The Woodbine Mansion holds so much stately charm that there was hardly a need for over-the-top décor, and the venue even provided the pieces that brought this couple’s fairytale to life. Its original chandeliers steal our hearts and the grand dining room, mirrors and ornate fireplace are just cherries on top. Despite COVID-19 altering their original plans as well as a few hiccups on the day of, both say their favorite part was getting to finally marry each other with their close family members in attendance. Our favorite part is Natalie’s stylish choice of a white Adrianna Papell jumpsuit instead of a traditional bridal gown! In their wedded bliss, the pair sliced into their delicious cakes designed by Sweet Treets Bakery for the perfect end to a perfect intimate mansion wedding day. Newlywed Natalie and Eric went on to celebrate their love locally with a minimoon to Horseshoe Bay Resort for that tropical feel without leaving Texas! Read on for a note from the bride about one of her favorite wedding vendors and what made them so special down below. Cheers to the McMahons!
Photo // Carhart Photography
From the bride: “Our favorite and most helpful wedding vendor was definitely our photographers! David and Cayla, with Carhart Photography, are so amazing and answered all of our questions throughout the craziness that was 2020. Eric typically does not like taking photos, but Cayla and David have some magic powers because we both had so much fun with them. They both continue to be an amazing resource and solid support system as we move forward with planning a bigger celebration later this year and we can’t wait to hang out with them again!”