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Getting married in the Valley

17 January 2020

Wedding trends come and go (big bows, puff sleeves and strict seating plans anyone?) but the classics are here to stay. Here are a couple of ceremony and reception options, as well as exhibitors, you can expect to see at the Swan Valley Twilight Wedding Expo on January 30.

The great outdoors

An outdoor wedding ceremony and reception, especially in a place like the Swan Valley, is always in style. Think lush greenery, gorgeous sunsets and cool and breezy evenings. Many venues, such as Sittella, have options allowing you to take the party indoor or outdoors, depending on the weather. For plant lovers, Chapel Farm has landscaped gardens with hundreds of native plants and rose bushes. Caversham House has a number of different areas for wedding ceremonies and you can even make your grand entrance on a boat.

Back to nature

Natural elements are stunning, sustainable and a key part of the Swan Valley environment. Barret Lane has a function centre featuring timber from a 70 year old vintage grape-drying rack and Belvoir Homestead is rustic with a charming historic vibe. Enjoy cocktails under the 120 year old vines at Sandalford Wines or get married on the banks of the Swan River at Mulberry Estate.

You can make choosing a wedding venue a little easier by visiting the Swan Valley Twilight Wedding Expo, featuring venues from all across the Swan Valley. For a full listing, and further details, go to: https://www.swanvalley.com.au/Events/Swan-Valley-Twilight-Wedding-Expo.