Your wedding is one of the highlights of your life. So it is only right that you plan it with utmost care and love. Every detail of your big day in South Wales, from the wedding caterers to the flower decorations in the reception venue, must be on point.
But if there is something you ought to zero in, it is this—your wedding venue. Why? Simply put, your wedding venue will be the house of your wedding memories, and you do not want to look back regretting the setting you chose.
If you are planning a South Wales wedding, here are four locations you must consider:
Built in the 17th century and just four miles away from the historic Monmouth town, Treowen is an ideal wedding location for couples who like it grand. Treowen has 12 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, magnificent gardens, majestic staircases and breathtaking views.
St. Tewdrics House
Found in a 10-acre countryside in Welsh, St. Tewdrics House is an Italianate Villa built in the 19th century. This location welcomes guests in a tree-lined driveway and has awe-inspiring views of the Seven Estuary.
The Bodnant Garden is a world-class, horticultural wonder tucked in the most pristine part of South Wales. If you picture yourself surrounded by daffodils and camellia during your wedding, this location should be on top of your choices.
The Kymin has two historic Georgian buildings within its vicinity. It also offers calming woodlands and magnificent views.
When choosing a wedding location, it all boils down to you making a kindred and instantaneous connection with a place. As soon as you visit a venue, this connection should hit you right then and there. Remember the first time you looked at your partner and decided he or she is the person you wish to spend the rest of your life with? You should feel something akin to it toward your chosen wedding location.