Married at First Sight
Double trouble! Blonde identical twins tie the knot together on Married At First Sight at Caversham House. Perth-based twins, Michelle and Sharon, tied the knot in Caversham House’s famous Hidden Gardens. Married in front of the 4-meter waterfall after gracefully descending the grand renaissance stairs with their father linking arms.
Married by celebrant Luke Firth, with wedding stylist Matthew Landers decorating the gorgeous backdrop that was the waterfall, with a spectacular cascading flower arrangement. Michelle, 31, wed retailer, Jesse, from SA, and Sharon married Carpenter, Nick. For Sharon, it was love at first sight – she said she felt instantly ‘relaxed’. With Nick however, for Michelle, she said the chemistry with Jesse wasn’t initially there. Keep watching the season to find out more!
Jack Darling & Courtney Braham’s Wedding
October 29-30th, 2016 Romance is in the air for the West Coast Eagles today as two of their star forwards get married to their darlings. Jack Darling will tie the knot with Courtney Braham at Caversham House and dual Coleman medallist Josh Kennedy and Lauren Atkinson will say ‘I do’ in the South West.
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October 31st, 2016 Jack Darling’s wedding was not about the game that shapes his life — but AFL was certainly a theme. The West Coast Eagles star forward married Courtney Braham at Caversham House on Saturday. Team chaplain Paul Morrison was the celebrant and Eagles players Andrew Gaff and Scott Lycett were groomsmen. To see the full article click here
‘Graceful surroundings, a “celeb chef” producing modern, beautifully constructed, well-thought-out food, a cracker of a wine list, and great staff make this a first-class restaurant’.
The West Australian review of Caversham House by Don Stott. To see the full article click here
Caversham House review
‘The meat was absolutely magnificently flavoured, tasty and succulent. Although elegant the portion was quite large and certainly satisfying’.
The Swan Magazine Review by Douglas Sutherland-Bruce. To see the full article click here
Caversham House review
Caversham House is a great place to visit, to sample some of WA’s finest handmade cheeses.
The venue uses as much local produce as possible to ensure there is ongoing support of our local businesses and farmers. Caversham House also grows all their own micro herbs and prepares everything fresh onsite. To see the full article click here