Rochelle and Adam – 07 JAN 2016
The Mint in Sydney
Such an amazing wedding. Rochelle and Adam were married at The Mint Museum in Sydney. The Mint Museum is a an award winning redevelopment of Sydney’s oldest public building. Beautiful sandstone, striking architecture and located within the heart of Sydney CBD. Rochelle’s and Adam’s guests enjoyed the spectacular service, fine wine and canapes during the location photography. The reception was held at the Le Montage in Lillyfield which needs no introduction. One of the most popular wedding reception venues in Sydney, overlooking Iron Cove Bay and hosting over 500 weddings every year. Boasting five magnificent rooms and a beautiful roof top terrace, The Le Montage is truly a sophisticated and elegant wedding reception venue.
Every last detail was completed to perfection. From Rochelle’s amazing wedding dress, makeup, bridesmaids dresses to the wonderful location of the ceremony and reception. It was an overcast day which was perfect for photos and we managed to get a fantastic sunset for the location photos at Observatory Hill. A popular spot with wedding photographers in Sydney, Observatory Hill boasts one of the best views in the world (in my humble opinion). It offers sweeping panoramic views of Sydney Harbour and is located just a few moments walk from The Rocks in Sydney.
The beautiful old oak trees to the cute little gazebo to the old sandstone blocks, Observatory Hill has to be one of my favourite locations to photograph weddings in Sydney. Rochelle and Adam’s wedding was one that you look back on and think how lucky you are to be a wedding photographer in Sydney.