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Cardiff Wedding Special Offer

Welsh Wedding Special Offer to celebrate love after lockdown

 

Getting married should be a day to remember. The way we marry has changed over the last few months, and there are temporary restrictions on gatherings in Wales. The great news is, marriages are allowed to go ahead. However, wedding breakfasts and receptions cannot. With this in mind, we've put together a wedding special offer in Cardiff.

 

The picturesque Cardiff Bay

The iconic Cardiff Bay is the perfect location for a wedding. After your legal ceremony, you could have photographs taken by some of the most notable landmarks in the city including the Wales Millennium Centre, The Pierhead Building and The Norwegian Church. Plus, with the water as a backdrop, you may even get a glimpse of Flat Holm island or Western Super Mare.

 

Cardiff Wedding Special Offer 2020

We can offer you the following for your big day:

  • Wedding ceremony room hire
  • Chair covers and bow
  • Dedicated Wedding Co-ordinator to assist with planning
  • Wedding Manager on the big day
  • Complimentary King Suite on the wedding night
  • Free parking for all guests

£250

For weddings in 2020 and 2021


Book your wedding today

You're in safe hands with the wedding team at Future Inns. Find out more about booking your wedding in Cardiff by contacting the wedding team during office hours:

Telephone: 02920 487111

Email: meetings.cardiff@futureinns.co.uk

 

Standard terms and conditions apply.  Subject to availability.  Can be booked Monday to Sunday in 2020 and 2021. For a maximum of 14 guests, this includes the couple, 2 registrars and 2 witnesses. Photographers and suppliers are included in this number too.  A deposit and signed contract is required to secure a date. 


Weddings in Wales - Information you need to know

Getting married should be a day to remember. The way we marry has changed over the last few months, and there are temporary restrictions on gatherings in Wales. The great news is, marriages are allowed to go ahead. However, wedding breakfasts and receptions cannot. 

All reasonable measures are taken to ensure a distance of two metres is maintained, except between two members of the same household. Those from the same or extended home should travel together. Limousines and other hired vehicles should only be used if there is no other option.

Guests should turn up on time. If you are early or late, you will be refused entry. Those attending should not touch, kiss or come into contact with an article that is shared amongst the attendees. Guests are encouraged to practise good hand hygiene and use hand sanitiser when entering and leaving the building. As well as after coughing, sneezing, blowing their nose or being in a public area.

No food or drink should be consumed as part of the event. As a venue, we would also be prohibited from selling food or beverages for consumption on the premises. There will be no service at the bar, and it is not possible to walk-in and pre-book a table in the restaurant.

People should avoid playing music or other background noise at volumes. Activities such as singing, chanting, shouting or playing of instruments that are blown should be avoided.

Cardiff Registry office has set the maximum number that can attend to 14. This includes the couple, the 2 registration officials and your 2 witnesses. A photographer can be counted as one of your guests. If you need an interpreter – foreign language or sign language – they will also need to be counted as a guest. Guests will be seated 2 metres apart in the ceremony room. Officiants and Registrars have the right to suspend a ceremony if the couple or guests do not respect the measures put in place.

The ceremony can be recorded. A static camera can be set up one of the attendees, they cannot move around the room. A professional team can also set up, but they will need to press the record button 30 minutes before the ceremony. They will not be able to re-enter the room until 30 minutes after the room has been cleared. All equipment should be cleaned before and after use.

Guests can only attend if they have been invited, and have a reasonable excuse to travel or have entry to the building (where the ceremony is taking place). This means others that you may want to share your special day with cannot gather outside the venue. They cannot turn up for photographs before or afterwards, or pass on their good wishes to the couple.

After the ceremony, there should be no congregating in confined spaces.


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