A Fun Wedding Photographer in Connecticut captures all of the moments that make a celebration one to remember. As a Fun Wedding Photographer in Connecticut, I was thrilled to be a part of the wedding celebrations of Stephanie and Casey. Stephanie and Casey began their day on July 7, 2012 with a traditional church ceremony at Sacred Heart Church in Greenwich, Connecticut and they ended the occasion with a reception at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich. In between the ceremony and the reception, Stephanie and Casey stopped at Tod’s Point for portraits. Early in the week, the couple had come together in a marriage of the spirit at this location, and it has been a significant spot for the two throughout the course of their relationship. It seemed fitting for them to take their wedding day photos at Tod’s Point as well. Tod’s Point, also known as Greenwich Point Park, gained its nickname from the most prominent owners of the land, J. Kennedy Tod and Marie Tod. Mr. and Mrs. Tod owned their country estate in Greenwich from the mid-1880s until 1940. Over the course of those years, the Tods made a number of changes and improvements to the Connecticut peninsula. Today, the property is a natural conservancy that carries on the legacy of the Tods. This image of Stephanie and Casey at Tod’s Point shows the newlyweds walking through the grounds, taking in the beauty of their surroundings. It is a moment just for the bride and groom, who walk down the park path with radiant smiles.