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Weddings at Penshurst Place

bride and groom at the back of penshurst place

I have photographed 16 wedding at this venue the first was in 1991, It is one the best wedding venues in Kent around for photographs in the spring, summer, autumn and winter the gardens look great all year round. would like to photograph more weddings at Penshurst Place. It has the most picturesque formal gardens you could imagine.

Set in an area of unspoilt natural beauty, Penshurst Place, although medieval in origin, retains the warmth and character of a much-loved family home.
It has been the abode of kings and noblemen throughout history and the ancestral seat of the Sidney family since 1552.
Philip Sidney, Viscount De L’Isle and his family, invite you to share the magnificent surroundings of their home on your wedding day.
Since Penshurst Place was first given approval as premises for civil weddings in 1995, hundreds of weddings have taken place within the walls of the original 14th century defended manor house. You may be assured of a most exclusive and memorable setting in either The Baron’s Hall or The Sunderland Room to capture that special moment of one of the most important days of your life.

There are three banqueting rooms of varying capacities, each with its own history and charm. The unrivalled Baron’s Hall and the elegant Sunderland Room are idyllic venues for wedding receptions. The smaller, intimate Buttery, once the bottle storeroom of the medieval household, may be used in conjunction with the banqueting rooms, or as a venue for an informal reception of up to 30 guests.

The picturesque formal gardens, almost as old as the house, offer stunning photo opportunities for the bride and groom to capture the romance of the day.

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