A CT wedding photographer, let’s review some of our favorite CT wedding photos and CT engagement photos from over the years. Connecticut is a small but mighty state, with lots of picturesque locations for engagement, elopement, and wedding photographer. Let’s review some of our all time favorite CT wedding venues and CT engagement photos.
There’s plenty of places to head to for engagement photos in Connecticut. You don’t need to rely on only going to the same park as everyone else. From New Canaan to Thompson CT and everywhere in between there are plenty of really beautiful locations for your engagement photos.
We ended up going to a park about five minutes from my childhood home for these engagement photos. The park is a beautifully manicured and preserved location with plenty of unique spaces to take photos.
It’s so easy to find picturesque locations in Stonington CT just walking around the old village and exploring the town. The couple were married in Newport RI in 2019 after their engagement session in the CT town they fell in love in.
The two were supposed to be married at the Lighthouse Park in CT, but instead, thanks to COVID, climbed Mount Rainier for their wedding day. The two met up in their hometown to explore some of the beautiful parks, and beaches in Madison CT. We snuck into a favorite bookstore while we were there.
There are so many beautiful CT wedding venues in Mystic CT but Latitude 41 really takes the cake with the dock in their backyard. The dock overlooks the water in Mystic CT, and is one of the most picturesque locations in town. Closeby to many of the larger hotels in Mystic, it makes for a great destination wedding location as it’s accessible to major airports and large hotels.
Elizabeth Park is one of the most photographed locations in CT and rightfully so. You can have your big wedding or small elopement here, with endless gardens and gorgeous views. The flower gardens are impeccably kept, and absolutely stunning year round.
The Inn at Longshore has one of the most beautiful views in Greenwich CT overlooking the water. Even on a stormy, rainy fall day, this couple lucked out to have gorgeous views from this hotel. The indoor reception space overlooks the water, just as the outdoor space, and the hotel rooms are stunning!
This couple ditched their big wedding plans for a smaller COVID wedding, getting married at a venue close to them in Mystic CT. The couple looked stunning, and are hopelessly in love. The work the bride put in to details of her wedding day were hard to miss!
This estate in Thompson CT is a hidden gem — a stunning English garden that brings you back to a foreign land. The garden is visible from the many hotel rooms, and is a beautiful location for couples portraits and family portraits. The perfect spot for a unique wedding in Connecticut.
Guilford Yacht Club is hands down one of my favorite CT wedding venues. Overlooking the ocean, the Yacht Club offers so much diversity in wedding photos. You can climb down to the docks, or head out over the water, and by the beach. The indoor space is just as beautiful as the outdoor space too!
These two elected to get married on their family farm in Mystic CT. The stunning Christmas tree farm had so many unique touches — the sunflowers were an ode to the bride’s family. The two had a stunning backyard wedding that also had a really relaxed, and comfortable feel.
These two got married quite literally on a whim — in just four days. The two said their vows in their backyard, joining with friends and family for their reception at the home. The two looked beautiful and couldn’t be happier together.
This wedding will always have a place in our hearts — the client is very near and dear to us! The two married in the Greenwich Delamar Hotel with just a month to plan their I do’s with the help of a wonderful team of vendors.
This CT wedding had the most gorgeous veil I’ve ever seen — embroidered with flowers and animals. The two were married in a stunning outdoor venue, with lots of friends and family (and lots of pizza!).
Ah these two will always be a favorite. This stunning CT wedding venue offered a unique vantage point for their first dance. That photo will always be a favorite in our portfolio! The two were married with close friends and family, with lots of laughs and a little snow on a warm April day.
The beach was the perfect location for this CT couple. The two married at Pensfield Pavillion in Fairfield CT in their outdoor/indoor CT venue overlooking the water. The location was a perfect spot for the couple, who aren’t the most formal of couples. The two originally eloped just the two of them in the mountains of the Adirondacks.
If you loved learning about our favorite CT wedding photos check out this article on CT wedding venues.
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