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Joe & Jack - August '22

Months of meticulous planning went into Jack and Joe’s big day and the result was definitely worth it! 

Since first visiting the idyllic rural setting of the barn, Joe and Jack had their hearts set on being married in the open air. There are several ceremony locations to choose from within the grounds of Curds Hall Barn and Joe and Jack decided that the perfect spot for them was on the rear lawn. Our handsome couple stood with the freshly harvested wheat fields as a beautiful backdrop - the perfect nod to Jack’s family’s farming heritage. 

Our Grooms arrived at their ceremony together in their Land Rover, which had been dressed with a giant hessian (and rainbow!) bow, and walked down the aisle hand in hand to spontaneous applause from their nearest and dearest. A fabulous deconstructed arch of dried flowers and foliage framed the couple and beautifully complemented the wheat field views. Antique style glass lanterns and green glass vases were placed alternately alongside rustic wooden benches to line the aisle. 

Joe and Jack opted for a celebrant led ceremony allowing them a personalised celebration of their love and their lives together so far. Beautiful anecdotes of their relationship were shared and heartfelt vows were exchanged before the newlyweds made their way back up the aisle as brightly coloured confetti rained down on them.  

Guests followed the newly married couple into the cool of the barn to enjoy a cold glass of fizz and tasty canapes. The Main Barn was adorned with drapes and festoon lights and guests enjoyed looking at pallets displaying photos of Joe and Jack before they met, and of the two of them on their adventures together. 

There were carnival games under the Cartshed to entertain guests in the beautiful weather and as Joe and Jack mingled, a surprise arrived from across the fields…

When we first met Jack and Joe, they were excited that the barn is situated on a working farm as there may be the prospect of farming machinery being around, in the distance, on the day. While our farming team usually try not to tend the fields surrounding the barn on a wedding day, on this occasion as we knew it would mean so much to Jack if they paid a little visit. So during the drink reception, Venue owners James and Lucy drove a combine harvester and tractor with trailer onto the neighbouring field for Joe and Jack to have their photo taken with. We’re not sure who was more excited, the children, Joe or Jack! 

After dining at long banqueting tables in the Woodshed, named after special places that Joe and Jack had visited, there were beautiful speeches that earned a standing ovation on more than one occasion. 

A big focus of this couple’s day was the stunning wedding cake which they had created themselves. J and J make a great team and worked really hard to perfect this beautiful three tiered cake and its gorgeous hand crafted wooden cake stand - a very talented pair! 

Gents, you have become like part of the (glamorous) furniture at Curds Hall Barn over the last two years of planning and we have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the two of you and spending time together - your enthusiasm is always such a pleasure and we hope you continue to make each other this happy forevermore! 

Caterer - B&R Dining

Cake - DIY

Photographer - Sharron Gibson

Florist - Floral Sistas

Lighting & Drapes - Quirk  Events

Styling & prop hire - Array Wedding and Event Hire

Tailor - Leaden Hall

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