A royal invitation…

With just under a week to go until the wedding of the year, we’re delighted to unveil our big plans to celebrate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s big day.

If you're planning your own wedding, it's unlikely that you'll have Meghan and Harry’s rumoured wedding budget, but there’s no reason why you can’t emulate the effortless elegance of their wedding celebrations.

To celebrate Meghan and Harry’s upcoming nuptials, we’re extending a royal invitation to all happy couples who are planning their own special day. So come and be inspired by ‘the people’s wedding’ at the Welsh wedding venue that's fit for royalty…

A Gower garden party

Forget the Britannia inspired decor and novelty props, we’ll be hosting a truly regal royal wedding celebration. From 12pm-5pm next Saturday and Sunday, future brides and grooms can join us for an extra special open day. With free-flowing Pimms and afternoon tea inspired treats, it’ll be a quintessentially British experience which would undoubtedly get the royal seal of approval from the prince and his new bride. What's more we will even be showing the royal wedding proceedings on a giant screen in our grand lounge from 12pm on the Saturday. The event is free to attend and all happy couples searching for the perfect Welsh wedding venue are encouraged to attend. 

A drink fit for a queen

A Gwyr Gin bottle surrounded by glasses and glass bottles containing lemon slices and orange wedges.

Inspired by Queen Elizabeth’s favourite tipple, we’ll also have a GWYR gin station for you to create your favourite gin-based cocktails. Whilst her majesty is rumoured to be partial to gin and Dubbonet, our gin experts will be on hand to create something that satisfies your exact tastes. We hear her garnish of choice is a simple slice of seedless lemon.

Live on the lawn

An image of an afternoon tea picnic flanked by a wicker hamper and glasses of champagne.

1,200 people were invited to Windsor Castle gardens to celebrate Meghan and Harry’s big day, but we can’t help but feel that they’d rather relax in our 24-acres of garden listening to some live music from some of Wales’ finest musical talent. Simply pitch up a picnic blanket and enjoy the day; we promise to treat all of our guests like royalty. Plus, whilst Meghan and Harry’s 1,200 guests are expected to bring their own picnics, we promise to treat our guests to some quintessentially British canape.

Find your own fairytale

An image of a bride and groom holding hands and walking through the woods near wedding venue Fairyhill.

Whilst you might not be marrying into royalty, there’s no reason why you can’t have a wedding day that’s befitting of the title. Fairyhill is where traditional grandeur meets modern luxury, and we believe that it’s a venue that would tick all of the boxes for any would-be royals. With the recent addition of our state-of-the-art extension; the K Room, the weekend’s festivities are the perfect opportunity to explore our exclusive wedding venue in a relaxed and informal setting. 

Our royal wedding celebrations will be taking place on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th May from 12pm-5pm. What's more our sister venue Oldwalls Gower will be open from 12pm - 5pm Sunday too (so you can visit two venues in one afternoon!) 

If you’re searching for the perfect wedding venue, seek inspiration from the royal wedding and visit Fairyhill. To guarantee a slot book an appointment for a private tour on Saturday and Sunday via our website. However walk-in's are also welcome and feel free to bring friends and family to enjoy the celebrations and experience Fairyhill for yourselves.

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