On 2nd October I travelled just over the English border to the county of Worcestershire. I had made the journey to photograph the wedding of Katherine and James at Curradine Barns. This West Midlands wedding venue is set in the heart of the countryside and includes a perfect example of restored early 19th century red brick rural architecture. I meet up with the bride and her entourage during their preparations for the big day, in the venues purpose built bridal dressing room. The groom, best-man, and usher, were also getting dressed on site, temporally making use of the honeymoon suite, situated in a little cottage amongst the gardens of Curradine. The marriage ceremony took place in the rustic granary barn, followed by drinks served in the picturesque courtyard, making the most of the warm autumnal day. The old barley barn provided the space for the formal wedding breakfast, boasting a light and airy colour scheme, bathed in natural light thanks to the wall of picture windows overlooking the courtyard.
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