Monday, January 13, 2014

Planning Your Wedding at Holiday Homes in Snowdonia

There’s something about the coastal regions of Wales which really evoke romanticism in people when they stay at holiday homes in Snowdonia and if you’ve caught the love-bug when staying in the idyllic areas of North Wales, there could be the event just for you coming up.

A walk along the beach, a stroll through historic paths, a venture through old-age architecture – these are just a few of the aspects of the north which really bring out the passion in travellers and is why so many people tie the knot here, year on year. If you’re thinking of holding your special day in this gorgeous area, then a trip to the Wedding Fayre in Caernarfon is the place to be.

As overwhelming as a wedding can infamously be, the exhibitors at this occasion in March will be on hand to help ease any fears you may have. Fretting about the cake? Or maybe you just don’t know what kind of meals to offer? Then the experts will be available to answer any questions to make it a smoother, more relaxed day for you and your loved ones.

Without doubt, the most stressful part of a wedding day for any couple is to have the perfect bridal dress. You have to consider the size, how it fits into the aesthetics and if it’s within your price range or not. However, a simple browse around the Celtic Royal’s fayre floor will no doubt end up with you finding the perfect gown for the bride to be.

The Celtic Royal Hotel is just a short drive away from your lodgings in North Wales and is the perfect location for some preparations to put the icing on the cake (maybe literally) to your wedding way. Also, if you have worries about where to book your venue then the Celtic Royal can offer you a discount of 10% on breakfast when you choose this classic style establishment as the place to tie the knot.

On the 9th of March, make sure you turn up between 11am and 4pm at the Celtic Royal to apply the finishing touches to your nuptials.

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