Drinks Reception

Your Day, Your Choice of Drinks

Your drinks reception begins immediately after your wedding ceremony; you can relax and enjoy a drink in the company of your friends and loved ones, who will want to congratulate you and offer their heartfelt wishes for your future. It’s a wonderful and treasured part of your wedding day.

Whether you get married at Pendrell Hall or arrive with us shortly after your local church wedding, our skilled staff will be ready and waiting, to serve your choice of reception drinks.

As Pendrell Hall is a no corkage wedding venue you have the freedom to serve what you’d like at your drinks reception; perhaps some classic Pimms, bottled beers or some bubbly, to help celebrate your marriage.

Oak Panelled Entrance Hall

Your guests are welcome to enjoy your drinks reception within Pendrell Hall’s incredible Oak Panelled Entrance Hall; an elegant room with a number of stunning Arts & Crafts features including an intricately carved three arch colonnade and a stunning fireplace.

It’s the perfect setting for drinks and canapés.

The Drawing Room for Drinks

The Drawing Room is also made available to guests during the Drinks Reception; light and airy with magnificent polished wood floors and beautiful bay windows, it has great ambience and is a fantastic space to enjoy a drink and mingle.

Reception Drinks Outside

It is such a pleasure to enjoy a drink outside on a fine day. Pendrell Hall boasts six acres of stunning gardens to explore; with outdoor seating offering views across glorious Staffordshire parkland your guests are sure to enjoy every moment of your drinks reception.

You’re very welcome to arrange a few garden games for guests to enjoy during your drinks reception. Croquet on the lawn perhaps or a bit of fun with some Giant Jenga!

The Confetti Shot

Your drinks reception presents the ideal opportunity for your wedding photographer to capture those all-important group shots and the more intimate shots of the Bride and Groom.

There is also the opportunity to capture that glorious confetti shot just outside the imposing sandstone doorway of Pendrell Hall.