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Amber & Kane - April '23




Wedding Wednesday’s are back! And the first of the season was celebrated in style by lovebirds Amber and Kane as they FINALLY had their big day, after what felt like years of planning and delays due to the pandemic. 


Amber has been in full planning mode since 2020 and needless to say, every single detail was thought of. They fell in love with the natural beauty of the barn when they booked so decided to keep it pared back and simply add some personal touches to enhance the spaces. There were however, the cute and quirky additions of the Mr and Mrs Llamas on top table and Amber’s favourite pink glug jug for good measure!


As the sun shone over the parkland, the stigma of April Showers were forgotten as Kane and his Best Man arrived suited and booted to welcome guests to Curds Hall Barn. 


Amber looked picture perfect in a classic, elegant satin gown teamed with a statement pearl embellished headband. Her Bride Tribe were beautifully coordinated in sage green to continue the colour scheme running through the venue whilst Page Boy, Arlo, rocked a tweed two piece, bow tie and skateboard! 


Announced as the new Mr and Mrs Rae-Fisher, guests feasted over a luxurious afternoon tea with Prosecco flowing in the afternoon sunshine. 


With our new in-house bar at the helm of evening celebrations, His (Old Fashioned) and Hers (Aperol Spritz) cocktails were soon the tipple of choice for many a guest fuelling a night on the dance floor.


Congratulations to a truly special couple, who also took the title of fastest setup and breakdown times in CHB history - one to definitely be celebrated! Although Ernie the dog didn’t join in on the big day, we do hope it gives you both the excuse to pop in whilst taking him for a stroll down our country lanes. 


Photographer - Emma Shaw 

Hire Equipment - Banqueting Hire Service

Bouquets & Buttonholes - Romeo & Succulent 

Photo Booth - Capture Lounge


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