Bryngarw House
Bryngarw Country Park
Brynmenyn
Near Bridgend
South Wales
CF32 8UU

Tel: 01656 729009
Fax: 01656 729007
info@bryngarwhouse.co.uk

Bryngarw House in daylight

Bryngarw House during night time

The wedding ceremony

   

Let’s start planning the biggest day of your life!

 

We are proud to have a license to hold wedding ceremonies and civil partnerships and have a variety of function rooms for you to choose from.

All arrangements and fees in connection with the Registrar will need to be made by the bridal couple. For the Registrar in Bridgend, please contact:

Registration Services on 01656 642391 or email:
registrar@bridgend.gov.uk

 

Bride & groom in Bryngarw House

Signing of wedding documents - Bryngarw House

 

Pictures supplied by Colin Hedges

 
 

The receiving line

 

The receiving line is both courteous and practical and a great way to ensure you see everyone. Time between the welcome drinks, reception and the wedding breakfast itself should be allowed for this purpose.

Normally when the bride’s parents have sent out the invitations, they can be regarded as the hosts and should be first in line to receive the guests. Next in line can be the groom’s parents followed by the groom, bride, chief bridesmaid and best man.

The receiving line can be arranged to suit the bridal party as required, particularly when circumstances dictate otherwise.

Bryngarw House and Country Park is part of the 'One Historic Garden' project linking heritage, gardens and opportunities across South Wales, and part-funded by the EU's Convergence European Regional Development Fund through Visit Wales and the Welsh Government.
The Valleys Bridgend County Borough Council European Regional Development Fund