Having your wedding at St Fagans wedding venue is a good choice if you want to be surrounded by stunning well kept wall gardens, lakes, fountains and rose lined paths. A medieval castle dating from the 13th century. St Fagans Castle became a Grade I listed building in 1977 previously existed on the site, and a new house was built on the site by Nicholas Herbert, who bought the site from Gibbon in 1586. Part of the D-shaped medieval boundary fortifications remain, forming a wall around the current house.
I have photographed a few weddings at St Fagans and each time its been a nice cosy affair with 20-30 guests with both rooms providing stunning window light to shoot the wedding ceremony and guests, and with my camera on silent mode no one hears me snapping away during the service. There are plenty of rooms and walled gardens to provide cover too, if the dreaded rain comes in on the your big day. The bride can make a grand entrance in her wedding car along the tree lined route from the St fagans village end and always provides a great photo for the memories. The Wedding cars always stay behind after the wedding service and we position the bride and groom on the same path with St Fagans wedding venue behind them. The tourist are kept away from the main house area for the wedding so the guests can have private use to relax and enjoy the wedding day.
by Dave Packer