It’s been a few years since we’ve really been on the blogging train, but the time has returned for ramblings to return from Penton Park – specifically triggered by our gorgeous new website on which you are now reading this blog post!
Life has been busy beyond what we ever thought was possible, here’s a few highlights to get you up to speed…
11/10/2017 0 Comments
Published on The English Wedding Blog
Many years ago the Country House was a private family home, a grand space created for the owner to host, entertain and generally enjoy the wealth the family had accumulated – fast forward to the 21st Century and we are a mixed bag of private residences, wedding venues, hotels and even some totally carved up into flats.
Like many others we opened our doors to weddings and events. Our pretty large homes were designed to host these grand events and you can almost hear the ghosts of parties past reminiscing in the wings as the house comes back to life. As my husband, Guy, often says, “the house was made for this” and we absolutely love being a part of such a special day… When I’ve misplaced Guy, which happens frequently, he’s usually pouring guests a pint of his home brewed Ale, or discussing the history of the house with an interested guest.
But what should you, the bride, be considering when viewing these beautiful properties for your own potential wedding day, what questions should you have in mind to make sure you have exactly the day you dream of in your perfect venue?!
Well having hosted more weddings than we can count, here’s my top 10 tips for when considering your chosen country house homes:
Thank you to the photographers whose photos have been featured, we love their work! Gyan Gurung Photography, Graham Warrellow, Helen Power Photography, Joanna Cleeve Photography, Julia Conway Photography, Lemontree Photography, Lydia Stamps Photography, Mia Photography, Peter Dyer Photography Ltd, Stylish Wedding Photography, Teresa C Photography, The Springles.