Wedding Photography celebrating the Independence of the Adventurous, Cosmopolitan Bride serving New York, Connecticut and the Hamptons - based in Rye, NY
Their first photo together dates several years prior to the start of their relationship… Mike and Brittany met by chance at a college party at Fairfield University when she was a freshman, he was a sophomore. But their paths didn’t cross again for several years when their mutual friends threw a joint birthday party together. Unbeknownst to Brittany, Mike had his eyes on her all along and after spending most of the night chatting away, they’ve been inseparable ever since.
I met this adorable pair on Friday morning in Old Greenwich for a sunrise session near their Riverside home. We wandered through Main Street and into the weeping willow trees of Binney Park as the sun rose that morning and finished where the two got engaged, on the beaches of Tod’s Point after a picnic proposal this spring. Mike and Brittany, I had so much fun wandering Old Greenwich with the two of you and only wish the wedding would get here sooner! I can’t wait to celebrate your American Yacht Club wedding together next fall!
I mean, so stunning Brittany!!
The park is a little oasis in Connecticut… I love the shots we grabbed here!
You guys are adorable!
We left the park and made our way to Tod’s Point. We had to do a little creative finagling with the gatekeeper to let us onto the beaches but I’m so thrilled that it worked out … I love this set of images we captures as the sun rose over the Long Island Sound.
I knew immediately that Brittany has a ballet background during this photograph…
aaah… love it!
Congrats you two!! I hope you enjoyed these highlights of your engagement session.
If you enjoyed this session, you might like Kristin & CY’s East Hampton Engagement Session at home or Christine and Joe’s New Jersey Botanical Garden Engagement Session.
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