Wales’ newest wedding venue Sosban in Llanelli is hosting a Wedding Showcase on the 12th of April. Featuring leading suppliers including our very own Maria Farrelly and an incredible on-the-day competition, it’s an event you won’t want to miss.
Here are all the details.
Sosban has decided to open it’s door’s to Weddings, with a reputation built as one of Wales’ finest eateries, within beautiful surroundings, it’s sure to be a foodies haven for Weddings.
Situated in a grade II listed building and located on Llanelli’s North Dock, the redeveloped Pump House once provided hydraulic power for the operation of the docks after completion in 1900.
The building has been beautifully restored, with large oak beams running from wall to wall and beautiful handmade chandeliers made from copper pipes, setting off the interior with bright oranges and autumn colours.
In order to let everyone know that we’re open for Weddings, we have decided to hold a Wedding Showcase.
The Showcase will be displaying some of Wales’ best suppliers of Wedding must have’s, and will be open to the public with no entry charge. On arrival you will have a glass of complimentary fizz courtesy of Fine Wines Direct Cardiff, and there will be some great Wedding giveaways on the day.
So come along to Sosban, on Llanelli’s North Dock between 12-4pm, on April 12th to meet Wales’ newest Wedding team.
One of South Wales’s leading wedding destinations is to hold a wedding showcase on the most romantic day of the Welsh calendar – Sunday 25th January, also known as St Dwynwen’s Day. Whether you’ve recently got engaged over the Christmas holidays or you’re in the early stages of planning a wedding, all are welcome to come and view the historic site as a potential wedding venue.
Selected suppliers including Cwtch The Bride, To Have and To Hire, Byjo Stationery, Forget me not cakes, Prices car hire, Simply bows and chair covers, Alec Garfield Photography, Amanda French flowers, Eluned the Harpist will be on hand to advise and offer inspiration to couples planning their weddings. As well as having access to wedding suppliers, brides and grooms will be able to try some wedding menu samples from specialist heritage caterers, Elior.
The Museum, which caters for wedding ceremonies within two of its historic buildings has a marquee on its castle grounds that can accommodate up to 140-seated guests and provides couples with ample capacity to have a larger wedding within the romantic setting.
“St Dwynwen’s Day traditionally celebrates the Welsh patron saint of lovers so what better time to visit St Fagans to discuss wedding requirements and visualise what your big day could look like here. St Fagans is a wonderful wedding venue and caters for so many different tastes and styles so I hope as many couples as possible visit us on Sunday. We hope to inspire lots of people and provide them with useful contacts and ideas while they plan their big day.”
St Fagans has become a popular wedding destination in recent years, due to its elegant formal gardens, historic buildings and outstanding catering. Licensed for civil ceremonies and wedding receptions, the showcase offers a great opportunity to view the venue and see what’s available either for a future wedding or for a vintage hen party with a difference. Image by: Maria Farrelly Photography
Taking place between 11.30am – 4pm in The Oakdale Institute on Sunday 25th January, the St Fagans wedding showcase is a definite date for the diary.