As a wedding venue owner, we’re probably not supposed to have favourite times of the year. While I truly do believe that Penton Park is a space for all seasons – and we’ve seen stunning weddings this year in the flush of spring, heat of summer and colours of autumn – there’s something a little bit magical about the house at Christmas time.
This year, we were lucky enough to have a visit from wonderful photographer Ami Robertson of The Woman and The Wolf, who leant a helping hand as we got Penton Park ready for the festive season. She took a selection of shots that really encapsulate the warmth and twinkle of the place at this time of year, and I’m thrilled to be sharing these with you today.
Penton Park is a firmly established family estate on the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. That keeps us rooted in our environment, and our landscape. Because we live here as well as working here, we don’t just watch the seasons pass us by, we really feel them. There’s a definite connection to the earth from our grounds, and I’d like to take a moment to share with you, how we keep that connection flourishing.
We’ve been making some pretty substantial efforts to make Penton Park as sustainable and eco-friendly as possible, from the milk you sip in your tea to tackling the ever-present, global issue of waste.
Thank you to the photographers whose photos have been featured, we love their work! Emma Moore Photography, Gyan Gurung Photography, Graham Warrellow, Helen Power Photography, Joanna Cleeve Photography, Julia Conway Photography, Kate Gary Photography, LaHu Studios, Lemontree Photography, Lydia Stamps Photography, Mia Photography, Peter Dyer Photography Ltd, Tansley Photography, Teresa C Photography, The Springles, This and That Photography.