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Planning a wedding starts with one simple thing: a proposal. From that point, things get just a little bit more complicated. Intimate gathering or large celebration, it’s true that your wedding day will have to involve a few of the basics. Which is why, for your wedding in Connecticut, we’re pulling together a few of our favorite venues, photographers, and bridal boutiques to get help you get the ball rolling. So sit back, relax, and take a look at some of the area’s best.

Connecticut Wedding Venues  

Connecticut’s history runs deep – and it is evident by the amount of beautiful estates and historic homes, plus a vineyard or two, that make up the state’s wedding venues. Winvian is just such an estate, and its 113 acres are located in western Connecticut. Private, elegant, and unique, the estate’s buildings and cottages are beautifully accented by the property’s patios, green landscapes, and natural streams. Ceremony and reception sites alike are exquisite, and make for a perfect backdrop for any style of wedding.

Connecticut Wedding Photography

Located in New Hampshire, but also serving Connecticut, Vermont, and beyond, Rodeo & Co. Photography is hands down one of our favorite Northeast photographers. Owner Meg takes the utmost pride in creating images and documenting authentic moments from your wedding day that you will be able to treasure forever. Her photos – timeless, clean, and absolutely stunning – have been featured in countless bridal magazines and wedding websites and are proof of her knack for making her clients look and feel their best in front of the lens.

Connecticut Wedding Dresses

Finding the dress of your dreams can be a complicated process. From different fabrics to dress shapes and alterations, this process takes time and thought. The Wedding Embassy, in Oakville, Connecticut, wants to help you sort through that task in a completely stress-free setting, and their beautiful and relaxing boutique is a perfect place to do just that.

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Credit: Rodeo & Co. Photography