When you book your special day at Curradine Barns, you might find yourself invited to one of our Tasting Events. This means you’ll get an amazing opportunity to come and sample the incredible wedding food and drink that Galloping Gourmet produce, while enjoying plenty more too. Take a look at some of the benefits that attending our Tasting Events can bring and how you can make the most of your visit.
Give it a Try
The main purpose of the Tasting Event is in the name itself – it’s your opportunity to sample various dishes from the Galloping Gourmet menus, from exquisite canapés to indulgent puddings. You’ll also be able to try wine and other drinks, giving you the chance to see how your entire menu will work together. While you might be able to imagine how things will taste by reading a menu, there’s nothing quite like tasting it for yourself.
At our Tasting Events, we dress Curradine Barns for a wedding. This is your chance to see the venue set for an occasion, hopefully offering you a little inspiration. While we know you’ll have been for your venue showround, this gives many couples new ideas on how they will decorate the venue and structure their day.
Meet the Team
Of course, our Events Team are on hand at every Tasting Event and very much look forward to chatting to you about your big day and answering any questions you might have.
Chat to other Couples
Other couples getting married at Curradine Barns will attend the same Tasting Event, so it’s a great opportunity to meet other brides getting married at the same venue and share ideas.
Connect with Suppliers
We invite some of our favourite suppliers to come along and meet you, from talented florists and musicians to cake designers and close-up magicians. Hopefully, as well as choosing the perfect menu for your wedding day, you might find some great suppliers. Happy planning!
Now you’ve got a taste for our beautiful venue, take a look at 5 Ways To Have An Unforgettable Intimate Wedding At Curradine Barns at start seeing how you could plan your perfect day!
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