It was a privilege to be invited to be Kamrun and Gurpreet’s Curradine Barns wedding photographer. This amazing 19th-century wedding venue, nestled in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside, is very special. Located in Shrawley near Ombersley, midway between Worcester and Kidderminster, this wedding had everything.
Relaxed Wedding Photos at Curradine Barns
It is an absolute joy to be a wedding photographer at Curradine Barns. Many of it's 19th-century features have been retained. The Original exposed brickwork, beams and an exquisite chandelier make The Granary Barn so romantic for a rustic wedding venue. Sometimes I just cannot believe I get to be part of these special wedding days. My wife and I also got married in a barn setting, and I love how romantic the lighting is for photography.
If you are looking for a wedding photographer at Curradine Barns, then I could be the person for you. I offer natural and relaxed wedding photography, allowing you to enjoy your day with your family and friends. I capture everything in camera as it happens.
Here are just a few of Kamrun and Gurpreet’s images that I took at their wedding earlier this year. The relaxed and chilled vibe of the day made capturing these natural images an absolute joy. So take 5, have a look through the gallery and get in touch.
A Curradine Barns Wedding Photographer – FOR RELAXED AND AWESOME FOLK
Curradine Barns’s amazing architecture
Curradine Barns offers a brilliant mix of Old and New. Along with the impressive retention of the Barn's 19th century features, there have also been updates that are in keeping with the rustic aesthetic. The Barley Barn has had an impressive glass extension this year. This lets in a lot of stunning light into the dining area. The updated Courtyard, secret garden and a brand-new entrance make a striking impression right from the start, Curradine Barns is now more magical than ever.
Wedding Photography at this unique venue
The village is situated on the western bank of the River Severn. Close by within Shrawley Woods are the remains of Oliver Mount, a former castle. The village itself can be traced back to the Norman conquest of 1066. Late March sun is always gorgeous for photography, and Kamrun & Gurpreet’s wedding was bright all day. This created amazing opportunities for their wedding photographs all around the grounds at Curradine Barns.
A big thank you to Neil Priestly for filming the day alongside me!
Natural & Relaxed photos at Curradine Barns
Curradine Barns has it all. The Granary Barn for romantic wedding ceremonies and evening parties. The Barley Barn, where the newly married couple had their meal, and their family and friends gave incredible speeches and toasts. Aay from the barns are the guest houses and accommodation with stunning gardends, it was perfect for a change of scenery from the main building and made the photos much better.
Amazing evening food
Curradine Barns is famed for it's Curradine Cantina, and outdoor kitchen that serves with vibrant street food, This made the backdrop for the awesome sparkler photographs in the evening. We then went on to enjoy their incredible wood-fired pizza.
This is one of those wedding venues that you need to see, Curradine Barns casters for all. If you are looking for that special place to have a wedding, then you must check it out. I offer natural and relaxed wedding photography for couples who love relaxed photography, that's fuss-free and not staged. Please get in touch to see if I am free on your wedding date, and would love to be your Curradine Barns wedding photographer.
For awesome folk who love photography, that's chilled and fuss-free
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