September 18, 2010 Steve Gerrard

Amanda & Steph – Wedding at Curradine Barns, Worcestershire

Not all weddings are created equal.

Amanda & Steph were married at The Curradine Barns In Worcestershire last month and they raised the bar when it comes to putting your own personal stamp on your wedding day.

There was a bit of a Lewis Carroll/Jabberwocky theme as you’ll see.

We LOVE weddings like this. If you’re getting married and your wedding is gonna be this cool…. count us in!

Ian Stuart dress – Cool!

Stunning bridesmaids outfits – Cool!

Amanda looked A-Mazing!

Order of Service and table plan designed by the groom – Cool!

And probably the best designs we’ve ever seen by the way…

Married! – Cool!

Oh yeah… Steph designed these too.

We loved their details…

No ushers. Just a Best Woman – Cool!

A “wear whatever you like but maybe wear a hat” dress code – Cool!

Best Woman also the singer in the band? – Cool!

We took 5 mins to get a band shot. After all, that’s kinda what I do, right? 🙂

And then we escaped to get some portraits of Steph n’ Rand…

Groom gets up to sing “Paradise City” with the band – Cool!

My favourite light shot so far, using a kids toy 🙂

Totally our kind of couple and our kind of wedding. I just want to congratulate Steph & Rand (that’s Amanda to you!) and say thanks for having us there to witness such a great day.

BIG thanks to the lovely Katherine Ashdown who was there to second-shoot with me on the day.

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Comments (10)

  1. Kathy

    Thanks for the mention Steve! It was truly an AMAZING wedding! I loved all the details and the bride and her outfit were stunning! A pleasure to shoot! xx

  2. Danielle

    Wow & wow again. The most beatiful wedding pics I have ever seen!! If I ever get married you would be the 1st person I would be asking. Just AMAZING!!

    • steve

      Thanks 🙂
      The wood photos (and some of the other couple portraits) were taken opposite the venue where there is a public footpath.

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