There isn’t much better than a summer wedding at St Fagans. Nestled on the edge of Cardiff in the lush green belt, St Fagans National Museum of History is a one of a kind wedding venue. Opened in 1948, the open air museum is home to over 40 historical buildings which have been carefully dismantled and rebuilt in the 100 acres of parkland. Within the parkland, there are 3 options for ceremonies; Grade I listed St Fagans Castle, the Oakdale Workmens Club or the Italian Gardens.

Leanne & Phil exchanged vows in the high-walled Italian Gardens within the grounds of St Fagans Castle. Afterwards they celebrated with friends and family with cocktails before enjoying an informal picnic in the garden. In the evening guests meandered through the gardens and past the historic buildings to the Oakdale Workmens Club for an evening reception.

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