Stevie & Alex – L’Heritage Restaurant, Mosman Wedding

On the shores of Chowder Bay in Mosman, UK ex-pats Stevie and Alex celebrated their wedding day with 20 of their closest friends, and an army of loved ones streaming in from across the globe.

L’Heritage Mosman was the perfect wedding venue for an intimate, cosy affair consisting of a heart-warming exchange of vows followed by a delicious 3-course lunch.

When I look back at Stevie and Alex’s portrait photos, I am drawn to the softness of Stevies gown contrasted with the variety of textures that the backdrop of Mosman and Chowder Bay provided us. The choice of hydrangeas as a wedding bouquet reflects the simplicity of this affair, complimented perfectly by the ease in which Stevie and Alex show their affection for each other.

All around, this is one very happy wedding photographer who is excited to share this remarkable love story with the world. I do hope you enjoy.

Photography: Henry Paul Photography | Cake: Mrs Jones the Baker | Stevie’s Gown: Kyha Studios | Stevie’s Veil: Britten | Wedding venue: L’Heritage Chowder Bay

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