At Curradine Barns, we promise an unforgettable civil ceremony in our charming West Midlands wedding venue. And if you’re looking for Midlands wedding venues in close proximity to beautiful churches for a religious ceremony, you’ll find just what you’re after right here.
Your civil ceremony is one of the most important parts of your special day, so you shouldn’t settle for anything less than perfection when it comes to your wedding venue. Granary Barn, our beautiful wedding barn licensed for up to 110 guests, is just that – utter perfection. It’s infused with a truly magical atmosphere making it the ideal place to say those meaningful words and exchange your vows.
The high vaulted room boasts exposed brickwork, oak beams, stunning chandelier and pretty minstrels’ gallery decorated with twinkling lights, setting the scene for a romantic wedding day. Whether you’re looking for intimate and small wedding venues in the Midlands or somewhere that’s a little larger, we can help. If your guest numbers are more than 110, we are licensed for ceremonies with up to 150 guests in our adjoining barn.
If you’re planning to have a civil ceremony at Curradine Barns, you should contact Worcester Register Office to book a registrar for your wedding ceremony. Please call the Office on 01905 768181 for more details.
For a religious ceremony, St Mary’s Church is adjacent to Curradine Barns. With bells to welcome you and your guests, high box pews and a simply decorated interior to complement any colour scheme, the church is charming, traditional and full of character. After your ceremony, you’ll be just a short walk away from Curradine Barns, where your wedding celebrations, drinks and canapés will await.
For more information on holding your wedding ceremony or blessing at St Mary’s, please telephone Louise Hutton on 01299 896126.
If you’re looking for outdoor ceremony wedding venues in the Midlands, you can tie the knot under the beautifully ornate Garden Gazebo. With the stunning Worcestershire countryside all around you, this space sets the scene for a real English country garden romance.