Come and experience one of the most idyllic wedding settings Western Australia has to offer on Sunday, July 8, at the Swan Valley Wedding Open Day, with various venues throughout the region throwing open their doors for the event.
The Swan Valley has something to suit a huge range of wedding styles; you can make a grand entrance by boat or horse drawn carriage, hold your ceremony at a historic chapel or choose a magical garden setting. Romantic moments are easily created among the vines in the Swan Valley.
City of Swan Mayor, Charlie Zannino, said the Valley has a venue to cater for any size, style or taste of ceremony and reception. "The Swan Valley is well known as the Valley of Taste and a wedding is the perfect time to indulge in the delights available," he said.
Spectacular river views and beautiful rural landscapes just 25 minutes from the Perth CBD make the Swan Valley the ideal place to get married. Choose from intimate wineries, warm inviting restaurants and stunning function centres where you can dish up delectable food accompanied by award-winning local wine and beer.
"Venues will be open from 10am to 4pm on Sunday, July 8, so why not get a group of the girls (or boys) together and come and experience what the Swan Valley has to offer." Said Charlie Zannino. All of the venues will have staff on hand to provide specific information relating to the venue and menus as well as other service providers such as transport, cakes, decorators, celebrants and more.
By coming along to the Swan Valley Wedding Open Day you can go into the draw to win a $3,000 travel voucher to spend on your Honeymoon at Escape Travel.
Mayor Zannino said the Valley was so popular it also attracted some high profile weddings. "Megan and Andy from My Kitchen Rules (MKR) chose the Swan Valley as the location for their wedding earlier this year," he said. "The Valley is beautiful all year round, come out and see what's available for yourself."
Photo: Megan and Andy from My Kitchen Rules were married in the Swan Valley earlier this year. Photograph courtesy New Idea.