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Room for your wedding meal

Let’s start at the beginning with wedding table decorations. In our beautiful Barley Barn, sometimes all you need are some pretty blooms to introduce your colour scheme. This delicate arrangement lends hues of pinks and greens, with a spring theme.

Flower table decorations at Curradine Barns

Image courtesy of Albert Palmer Photography

These glass domes work well as an alternative to the more traditional wedding table decorations.

Glass dome decorations for your tables

Image courtesy of Colin Cowie Weddings

Posies can be placed in vases during the reception to add to your wedding table decorations.

Posies in white vases at Curradine Barns

Image courtesy of Amy Taylor Imaging Photography

Simple glass Mason or Kilner jars make great vases at a rustic wedding venue. We love the ‘just picked’ look of this arrangement, adorned with a raffia bow.

Flower arrangment with a raffia bow

Image courtesy of Paul Willetts Photography

Embrace spring with an abundance of colour and varying heights and sizes of vase. This couldn’t be prettier.

Pastel coloured vases at Curradine Barns

Image courtesy of Fiorello Photography

Create your own English country garden with your wedding table decorations! Turquoise is a strong colour for spring. Using plants can be a budget friendly option, and you can give them away as gifts at the end of the day.

Turquoise wedding vases with orange plants

Image courtesy of Something Turquoise

Of course, daffodils remain a spring wedding favourite. These floral arrangements suit a more natural theme.

Colourful daffodils perfect for a spring wedding

Image courtesy of M&S

Go vintage with miniature birdcages, filled with pretty blooms.

Miniature birdcages filled with pretty blooms

Image courtesy of Paul Willetts Photography

For a splash of yellow without using daffodils, consider lining vases with freshly cut lemons. This look is fresh and vibrant.

Daffodils lined with freshly cut lemons

Image courtesy of Kim J Martin Photography

Spring wedding flowers don’t have to offer a rustic style, and can certainly be more manicured. We love these pretty blooms, with interest at high and low level.

Pretty blooms scattered over the table

Image courtesy of Anna and Spencer Photography

Elsewhere in your reception space, individual stems can add interest and colour to each place setting.

Flower nametag ideas for your guests

Image courtesy of Anna Morgan Photography

When it comes to symbols, the egg certainly makes us think of Easter. Here, egg shells act as vases. This is a stunning choice for a more minimalist Spring wedding.

Egg shells as vases at Curradine Barns

Image courtesy of Kayleigh Pope Photography

We love these contemporary shades of nature, and an elegant place card. Quirky and fun, this is all about the exceptional calligraphy.

Egg calligraphy for unique and fun decor ideas

Image courtesy of Ali Harper Photography

Of course, eggs of the chocolate variety make great favours! These jars filled with mini eggs are a popular choice for adults and children, and can be adapted to suit your Spring wedding colour scheme.

Jars filled of mini eggs for your guests

Image courtesy of Happiness is Homemade

For a more traditional look, these chocolate eggs wrapped in gold are beautiful and need only a crisp white linen napkin upon which to sit.

Chocolate eggs wrapped in gold

Image courtesy of Ellis Bridals

Mini eggs also make a great cake decoration!

Mini eggs being used as a great cake decoration

Image courtesy of Natasha Cadman Photography

and the naked cake is perfectly suited to a spring wedding.

Naked cake perfect for a spring wedding

Image courtesy of Paul Willetts Photography

Teapots and teacups suit vintage style. You might even take it a step further and choose a ‘Mad Hatter’s Tea Party’ theme.

Mad Hatters Tea Party wedding themed decor

Image courtesy of Weddings by Nicola and Glen

And finally… don’t forget to take your theme outdoors with a well-planned Easter egg hunt.

Easter egg hunt for your wedding guests

Image courtesy of Brit+Co

Be inspired with a visit to Curradine Barns. Simply call our friendly wedding team on 01905 670039 to arrange a show round. Alternatively, you might like to check the availability of your preferred wedding date on our live calendar.

Everything and more…

Congratulations! It’s time to start planning your big day this wonderful wedding venue in the West Midlands.

Request a brochure, experience the venue and warm welcome at Curradine Barns, pay us a visit, meet the team and set your date. We can’t wait to show you why this Worcestershire wedding venue is everything and much more besides.