Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Is Wales Set To Become The Most Popular Wedding Destination in the UK?
The Western Mail claims that Wales in 2013 will be the wedding destination hot spot of the year. The paper claims the average wedding venue has a 2-3 week longer waiting list that their English or Scottish counterparts. So what can you expect of a Welsh wedding?
Sheep, Leeks & Male Voice Choirs, well, no!
For those wanting the Fairytale wedding experience - Wales has a lot to offer. There are sixty different castles and manor houses which offer wedding venue hire. A great example of the 'fairy-tale' experience is Castell Coch. Castell Coch is a popular wedding hot spot. The castle was built in the nineteenth-century by a wealthy aristocrat. The gothic architecture is reminiscent of the fairy-tale castles of the brother's Grimm fairy-tales The venue has a 5 month waiting list. However, their summer allocation is booked until 2016.
With such a diverse collection of varying venue sites Wales is a prime location for Weddings. The manor houses of South Wales and the many castles and manors of North Wales mean you can find the right venue for your needs. For more information visit CADW regarding the hiring of Welsh castles and palaces.
Agriculture is a big part of the Welsh economy. This is great for people planning a wedding with such an abundance in terms of available foodstuffs. There are a myriad of boutique farmers selling Grouse, Guinea-fowl or wild Boar work alongside traditional farms and growers. So whatever your needs the farmers and growers of Wales will be able to better help you find the right menu ingredients.
With the many different amenities and markets anyone planning a Welsh fairy-tale wedding can do no worse than think of Wales in 2013.