For our Wedding, my wife and I really struggled to find a venue that could accommodate the number of people we wanted to invite and also allow a more unique (non-package) experience. On a whim of a recommendation from a friend (Jack from Pig and Rhubarb) we ventured over to The Out Barn. The space was so unique and loved the modern barn look. They also have great setting for pictures, with a view of the Ribble Valley as well as a cute little bridge at the back!
We met Ruth and Henry there who were confident that they could build the wedding for us at their gorgeous venue and true to their word - all our little personal, Vietnamese and Jewish touches were done with no problems what so ever. We were able to decorate as we pleased, have our own suppliers and bands. We had selfie mirrors, sweet table, Vietnamese accustomed coffee station and wedding bouncy castle. (Which was our personal favorite!) But you literally can do so much with the space!
The only thing they request is that you use caterers from their selected suppliers, due to quality and familiarization with their kitchen, although for special diets they said they could accommodate different caterers, as long as they had certain quality standards. With Emma working with us on the day, I cannot say how professional, kind and caring the team were; we felt so looked after during the process of the wedding planning and the wedding day. Nothing was too much trouble for them. The staff on the day were so lovely and looked after us and our guests. Special thanks to Emma as she helped to keep the day running smoothly, was by our side all day and kept my (the brides) nerves at bay. On our way back to London, I forgot that I had left my veil and they kindly sent it to our address which was just lovely.
We had so many people who commented on how wonderful the venue looked and they were absolutely right, we didn't need to do much for it to look amazing. We can't wait to share the photos with you!
Thank you guys for allowing us to create an incredible day and some incredible memories! Even a flying bride!