Bettina & Dean’s Sydney Wedding at The Mint Sydney and Dockside Cockle Bay Wharf Reception

The team at Transtudios started in the morning at around 10am, branching off at different houses at Bettina and Dean’s for the morning wedding preparations.
Fortunately enough, the weather in Sydney was beautiful and there was a slight chance of showers to be had further into the day.

Dean and his boys had matching suits from Zenetti Suits and they all looked dapper!
They all shared a quick glass of whiskey before heading off for the wedding ceremony at The Mint at 10 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000.

Bettina on the other hand, was getting ready at her parent’s place along with her bridesmaids.

Makeup was sorted and hair preparations. She had a beautiful dress along with the bridesmaids dresses and flower girls and last but not least the beautiful wedding rings and jewellery accessories.

The wedding ceremony took an unexpected turn as it was due to be set outdoors, but the rain started pouring and so the staff had to move all the chairs and decorations indoors.

Fortunately the ceremony went on without a problem and they exchanged vows, kissed and signed their certificates at the register.

We then went inside and around the Mint’s beautiful historic building areas for a photoshoot and location shoot. The rain stood still for us luckily, so that was a wonderful gesture from mother nature herself!

Celebrations were then held at reception at Dockside Cockle Bay Wharf at 201 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000, with a dazzling entry from the bride and groom as fireworks shot up from the floor. They also had fireworks and dry ice for the first dance and it was a magical sight for all guests and staff alike on the night.

Below a wedding cinematic highlights video of their beautiful day for everyone to enjoy:

beautiful bride and groom wedding fireworks dry ice first dance darling harbour sydney

bride and groom kissing at the mint sydney wedding

Until the next blog, stay safe!

– The Transtudios Photography and Video team

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