With a natural and rustic setting for their wedding in mind, Sophie and Adam decided to pay Curradine Barns a visit. When they reached this idyllic barn wedding venue in Worcestershire, they were glad they did.
“We loved all the different spaces and how they were connected as well as the immediate ‘wow factor’ of the ceremony room,” says Sophie. “The Granary Barn was just so beautiful.”
The happy couple didn’t stick too rigidly to any theme or colour scheme, and were keen to let the natural beauty of the venue do the talking.
“We did find that we were drawn towards a rustic and woodland feel to our day,” says Sophie. “This really seemed to suit the rural setting of Curradine Barns.”
A myriad of pastel-coloured flowers took centre stage throughout the venue, while homemade bunting, tree trunk centerpieces and milk churns carried out the country theme wonderfully. The result was a relaxed and intimate feel to their day, which meant the couple and their guests could just enjoy themselves in the picturesque surroundings.
After tying the knot, the newlyweds took the charming Courtyard to make the most of the sun and enjoy canapés and drinks al fresco. With smoked duck blinis, arancini and goat’s cheese and beetroot tarts complimenting the elderflower and blackberry sparklers, it’s safe to say the reception went down a treat.
Sophie and Adam were then welcomed into the Barley Barn by their loved to enjoy their wedding breakfast. They had chosen a menu of smoked bacon Scotch egg to start, lamp rump and dauphinoise potatoes for the main course and delicious trio of desserts to finish. The chocolate torte, bread and butter pudding and lemon posset meant that every sweet tooth was satisfied!
“We decided on the menu to offer plenty of seasonal dishes, but also because we knew we would love them,” says Sophie. “The desserts were a lovely addition and the smoked bacon Scotch egg was widely revered!”
In the evening, the couple treated their guests to an incredible selection of cheeses, accompanied by fruits pickles and artisan breads. And, as a special thank you to the groomsmen, Adam also organised a beer drum with the catering team.
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Whether it’s the talented chefs in the kitchen or the dedicated Events Managers, The Galloping Gourmet team at Curradine Barns are committed to helping couples create their perfect wedding day. Sophie and Adam found out for themselves from the moment they first visited the venue.
“The Events Team were always there to reassure and help us with any issues we had. However these issues were rare as we never felt there was anything we couldn’t do or ask for if we needed.”
From saying their vows in front of their loved ones, to the last dance in the Granary Barn at the end of the night, everything about Sophie and Adam’s special was perfect. They shared some incredible moments with their friends and family, not to mention amazing wedding food and drink throughout the day too.
If you would like to find out more about this charming Worcestershire wedding venue, visit the Curradine Barns page.
Images courtesy of Cat Beardsley Photography