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Friday 27th February 2015  




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Gwent Wedding Venues

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  1. Abbey Hotel - Wedding Venue Chepstow - Abbey Hotel - Gwent
  2. Bridges Community Centre - Wedding Venue Monmouth - Bridges Community Centre - Gwent
  3. Burleigh Academy - Wedding Venue - Burleigh Academy - Gwent
  4. Caldicot Castle Banquets - Wedding Venue - Caldicot Castle Banquets - Gwent
  5. Hilton Newport Hotel - Wedding Venue Langstone - Hilton Newport Hotel - Gwent
  6. Holiday Inn Newport - - Holiday Inn Newport - Gwent
  7. Hotel Commodore - Wedding Venue - Hotel Commodore - Gwent
  8. Maes Manor Country Hotel - Wedding Venue - Maes Manor Country Hotel - Gwent
  9. Monnington Lodge - Hotel - Monnington Lodge - Gwent
  10. Newport Masonic Hall Ltd - Wedding Venue - Newport Masonic Hall Ltd - Gwent
  11. Pen y Pound - - Wedding Venue - Pen y Pound - - Gwent
  12. St Pierre Park - Chepstow Wedding Venue - St Pierre Park - Gwent
  13. The Celtic Manor Resort - Wedding Venue - The Celtic Manor Resort - Gwent
  14. The Park Hotel - Ebbw Vale Hotel - The Park Hotel - Gwent
  15. The Prince of Wales Inn - Hotel - The Prince of Wales Inn - Gwent
  16. The Register Office - Weddings - The Register Office - Gwent
  17. The Register Office - Weddings - The Register Office - Gwent
  18. The Register Office - Weddings - The Register Office - Gwent
  19. The Royal Arms Hotel - Hotel - The Royal Arms Hotel - Gwent
  20. Tredegar House - Wedding Venue - Tredegar House - Gwent
  21. Tredegar House & Park - Wedding Venue - Tredegar House & Park - Gwent
  22. University of Wales Newport - Wedding Venue - University of Wales Newport - Gwent


Wedding Trivia:
WHITE WEDDING DRESS AS TRADITION
The tradition for the bride to wear white began in the 16th century and is still commonly followed today. This is a symbol of the bride's purity and her worthiness of her groom. The tradition became solidified during the time of Queen Victoria who rebelled against the royal tradition for Royal brides to wear silver. Instead, the queen preferred the symbolism, which is expressed by wearing white. The brides of the time quickly emulated the queen, and the tradition has continued in full force to this day.

 

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