The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama has announced it will now allow dogs in all external areas

Anthony Hopkins Centre Courtyard Credit: www.kirstenmcternan.co.ukThe Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama is set in the grounds of Cardiff Castle and borders one of the largest and most beautiful parks in the UK, Bute Park. The property has announced it will now allow dogs in all external areas of the venue. The new wedding officer, Aimee Daniel, tells us more: “We know how important it is to have your four-legged bestie at your side on your big day! We are fortunate enough to be nestled amongst Bute Park so couples and their photographers can get some stunning images of themselves with their canine companion in the relaxed park setting before joining the wedding party at the drinks reception in the Anthony Hopkins Centre Courtyard (which used to be the stables for Cardiff Castle) for some champagne and paw-secco.

“I am new to the role and am fortunate to be able to take it on while also still working as a freelance professional opera singer (having studied here at the college), and I’m loving every minute of meeting new couples and joining them on their wedding journey.”

To find out more, visit www.rwcmd.ac.uk or www.instagram.com/rwcmdweddings

Tweet
Share on Facebook
 

Made in Cymru is celebrating one year since its launch

Made in Cymru is celebrating one year since its launch. In that time, the site has grown to...

 

Bryngarw House has transformed some of its overnight guest accommodation

Bryngarw House is located in the heart of more than 100 acres of...

Inspiration from our great team of Editors at County Wedding Magazines!

To help you find inspiration for your big day, take a look at what's caught the eye of our editors.

There are literally hundreds of ideas, products and services from wedding suppliers across the UK along with links to their web sites as pointed out by our ever resourceful team.

Take a look at what our Editors Love!