With a spring wedding date, beautiful pastel tones, pretty flowers and romantic, rustic style, the wedding of Sophie and Adam was a true delight.
The Venue Vibe
Sophie and Adam fell in love with the natural, rustic style of Curradine Barns and its simple aesthetic.
“We loved the spaces and the way they connected as well as the immediate ‘wow’ factor of the Granary Barn for our ceremony.”
Themes and Styling
Working with the rustic style, the happy couple complemented the venue with a rural, woodland theme. With a lean towards pastel shades and neutral hues, they introduced homemade bunting, milk churns filled with flowers and tree trunk table top pieces.
“We wanted to create a relaxed, intimate feel. The venue really lent itself to this with its excellent spaces that never felt too crowded or impersonal.”
All About the Dress
The beautiful bride wore a stunning dress from Phase Eight, accessorising with vintage diamond earrings.
“After purchasing several other dresses with a vintage, beaded style. I knew this dress was the right one!”
Adam looked the part in a navy blue three-piece suit from Ted Maker, brown brogues and burgundy tie. Meanwhile, Sophie’s four bridesmaids wore dusky pink dresses from ASOS.
Celebrating at Curradine Barns
Following their romantic ceremony, drinks and canapés were served before guests went in to dine. With a starter of scotch egg, the main course was lamb rump with dauphinoise potatoes and, for pudding, a delicious trio of desserts.
“All were prepared and served by the catering team to an exceptionally high standard. The trio of desserts was a lovely addition.”
As the sun went down, a vast selection of cheeses with fruits, pickles and artisan breads looked stunning in front of the flower wall. The newlyweds danced their first dance to ‘You Make My Dreams Come True’ by Hall & Oates and live band ‘The Spitfires’ filled the dance floor.
“The evening party with our family and friends!”
Final Thoughts from Sophie and Adam…
“When planning your special day, follow what you want and don’t get bogged down with little details. They won’t matter on the day. Adam wished he had done his speech before food so he could have relaxed during the wedding breakfast.”
Sophie and Afam