We were thrilled to have the opportunity to photograph the wedding of such a lovely and warm couple – Keshia and Yuri. The ceremony was held atÂ Mary Immaculate Catholic Church, Waverley followed by the location shoot around Lavender Bay. The reception was held at Curzon Hall in the Agincourt Room.
When we asked Keshia and Yuri to tell us “Their Story”, they said “A Russian and a Malaysian – while they couldn’t look more opposite on the
outside, their personalities couldn’t complement each other more perfectly”. After spending so much time around them on their wedding day, we could so clearly see what a perfectly suited couple Keshia and Yuri are.
Keshia was really relaxed when I arrived at her home to photograph her getting ready. It was so great meeting her close friends who were so warm and welcoming. And of course, I got to meet Keshia’s beautiful puppy (who I had seen some photos of as she was included in the pre-wedding photo shoot that Karl did with Keshia and Yuri). From early on in the day, I could also see how close Keshia was to her grandparents and I felt really privileged to capture some really close and special moments between them and Keshia and Yuri straight after the ceremony.
After some fun with the bridal party on the location shoot at Lavender Bay, it was off to Curzon Hall. We have been doing Curzon HallÂ Wedding Photography for many years and it is a stunning venue (also known as Sydney’s Premier Castle). The sun was just going down and there were some stunning photos in the late afternoon.
Here is the list of wonderful wedding suppliers that Keshia and Yuri used for the day.
Thanks again for having us as part of your day!
Wedding Dress: Abbey Bridal – Maggie Sottero
Jewellery: Fletcher & Grace / Swarovski
Shoes: Tony Bianco
Hair: Gemma Nichols
Make-up: Gemma Nichols
Flowers: Flowers by Helen Brown
Cake: All Things Sweet by Carissa
Stationery: Giant Invitations / The Hungry Zoo
Menswear: The Gentlemen’s Club, Chatswood
MC: The Baker Boys Band – Tom Trelawny
Videographer: Soda Films
Entertainment: The Baker Boys Band