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Wedding Barns are a classic choice for brides and grooms to celebrate their marriage, as we have so many beautiful and unique wedding barn venues throughout the UK and in and around in Devon . With their gorgeous picturesque feel, stone floors and wooden interiors, barns are perfect for couples who want something relaxed yet romantic. You can make the most of the rustic feel within the countryside and gorgeous beams covered with fairy lights to create some beautiful wedding shots. Most wedding barn venues allow 'dry hire' where you have complete ability to choose your own caterers and suppliers.
Barn venues are ideal if you’ve always dreamed of a countryside wedding, as by their nature they tend to be in beautiful rural areas, with fabulous views of rolling fields. As well as lots of peace and quiet, this means plenty of space for your guests to spread out. As some wedding barns are part of working farms, you may find there are even some animals present on your wedding day!
Whether you're hoping for an intimate family gathering or a huge celebration, barns come in many different sizes so there'll be one that will work for you. You can use our filters to choose what capacity you would like and this will then show you wedding barns that will work for you.
Barn wedding venues are perfect for you if:
- You love everything boho.
- You're a fan of the outdoors.
- You want a free rein when it comes to the reception and ceremony set-up.
- You want something that works for every season.
Wedding Barn Venues in Devon Frequently Asked Questions
How much will a barn wedding venue cost?
Some couples are surprised to find that some high end barns can cost the same as manor house wedding venues. As rustic wedding venues are becoming increasingly popular, barns are very much in demand with UK brides, which means that you may have to be a little flexible with your wedding date to save money. Consider marrying on a weekday, or in an off-peak season. Barn venues look just as beautiful in early Spring and late Autumn as they do in Summer, so you can afford to pick a season with less competition.
What themes work well at a barn wedding venue?
Classic English garden and vintage wedding themes are ideal for a barn, as the natural textures, stones and woods work perfectly together. However, you shouldn’t feel that you can only have a rustic wedding theme! You can easily throw a glamorous black tie wedding in a barn venue in Devon - simply hang chandeliers and add plenty of luxurious floral arrangements and candles to your tables. Festival weddings and more casual, colourful themes are also brilliant in barn venues, as the colours really pop.
Won’t a barn venue be cold?
Definitely not! Most barns these days have been renovated and even if they're still traditional, they'll have heating installed to ensure you're not cold on your big day. As well as central heating, you may also have the option of fire pits or patio heaters for the outdoor spaces. If you’re having a winter barn wedding, then you should be well taken care of, but you may want to provide blankets in case the evening gets chilly!
Can I have fireworks at my barn wedding?
As some barns in Devon are part of farms, they often have restrictions on fireworks to avoid scaring animals. This also applies to sky lanterns and non-natural confetti. If you’re dreaming of fireworks at your barn wedding, we recommend filtering your barn venue search by Fireworks Permitted.
What if my guests want to stay over?
Unlike a hotel or manor house wedding venue, barn wedding venues are less likely to have accommodation on site. Some barns in Devon may have nearby cottages or B&Bs as part of their grounds, but often you’ll have to travel a little further afield for guest accommodation. Consider putting on transport or arranging taxis for your guests, and making a weekend in the country out of it.