Curradine Barns in Worcestershire are a fine example of early 19th-century rural architecture. Restoration and continuous improvements have created a contemporary and atmospheric wedding venue with a distinctive and charming character. As an all-in-one wedding venue, couples can celebrate their whole day there.
Our brief was to design a permanently installed seated booth to fit seamlessly into Curradine Barns. They wanted to offer a photo booth as a part of the wedding experience.
The booth needed to match the venues theme, be robust and reliable. Coin or token operated to cover the cost of prints and digital copies to be uploaded after the event. They also required full support and cover.
We designed and manufactured a completely bespoke solution for Curradine Barns. Using cool vintage slotted token the users can use the booth for digital copies completely free or insert a token to get a print copy.
Steel frame covered in Oak to produce an strong but attractive booth. Custom laser cut details and leather seating finished the overall look and feel.
The now installed in-house photo booth, affectionately known as the Currabooth, is stylish and beautifully crafted. The venue offer the photo booth as part of their wedding packages completely free of charge. The booth is positioned near the Wedding Preparation Room to capture all the fun while people get ready and it’s not far from the bar/lounge area too.
The illuminated sign on the top of the booth can be changed and the happy couple choose a photo template. The photos are uploaded to a beautiful branded password protected micro-site for wedding guests to buy the images, prints, canvases and even mugs!