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Weddings in … a Cave?

By admin on October 3rd, 2006 1 comment

CavesAs far as unsual venues go, this one is by far one of the most interesting I’ve come across. It will definitely be remembered if you hold your wedding here even if you are known forever more as ‘those people who got married in a cave.’

Dan-yr-Ogof, the Welsh Showcaves, contains two waterfalls and thousands of translucent stalactites. The civil ceremony takes place in a cave known as ‘Dome of St Pauls’ where the waterfalls drop into the underground lake. The £500 fee includes candles, silk flowers and wedding personnel to help out. You can bring your own music on CD too. Prospective bookers should note guests are limited to 34 people and the cave remains open to visitors during the ceremony but hopefully they’ll politely mind their own business. Take a look at the site to see more stunning pictures of the caves.

  • Amanda

    You can also do this at “Bridal Cave” at the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. Traditionally, Native Americans held weddings there in front of the “altar.” I visited this summer, but didn’t get married there.

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