Get to know all things about getting married in CT from Connecticut wedding photographers! There are so many fabulous CT wedding venues, from Thompson Manor to Guilford Yacht Club, Connecticut offers a wide variety of Connecticut wedding venues and wedding vendors. We're big fans of working in CT alongside so many incredible Connecticut wedding vendors like Virginia Gale of Resurge Beauty Bar, and Dewitt Planning.
Getting married in CT is a breeze — you don't need any serious letters after your name, but you do need an officiant and you don't need any witnesses, making it an easy state to elope in if that's your jam. If you're thinking of a CT elopement, some of our favorite spots to elope are in CT.
As CT elopement photographers, we are big fans of just kicking it locally for your dream wedding. Sail away on a private charter for your ceremony at sea, and retreat back to the Whaler's Inn for water views in Mystic CT, or head into Litchfield CT for a perfect forest elopement in the rural countryside. If a more urban feel is your jam, check out the Hartford City Hall, one of our favorite spots for your special day!
When looking at CT wedding vendors, make sure to read some reviews! CT has tons of options for wedding vendors, so feel free to be a little picky if you have a bit of time before your wedding day. As part of your love story, your wedding day should be magical, and everything you've dreamed of.
When choosing CT wedding photographers or CT engagement photographers, you should look for business registration, licensing, insurance, and any organizational wedding photography memberships. This will tell you if a wedding vendor is a tried and true, or maybe someone not taking it all that seriously. All CT wedding venues do require insurance to operate as a professional photographer in CT.
Although we are not a husband and wife team, we are a very close, bonded team of professional wedding photographers, and videographers. All of us often work together, learning each of our own ticks, and ebbs and flows. We all know the standard to which we are to be photographing, supporting, and learning from one another. And while we're definitely a favorite for local weddings, we're also the perfect team for wedding destinations.
Choosing a wedding photographer in Connecticut comes down to a few things. You're going to want someone you can get along well with on your big day, that's certainly priority #1 in my mind. You can find tons of great quality wedding photographers, but can you find someone you can jam with for 12 hours on your wedding day and not want to strangle?
From there, look at the quality of their work: have they photographed weddings similar to yours in style, location (golf course, country club, castle...), and needs? How are their indoor wedding photos? How are their outdoor photos? Ask to see full galleries from a few weddings before making a final decision.