Tony and Megan first met at Curtain Call theater in Stamford. The performance of the night was Beauty and The Beast, but it was Tony’s smooth moves that stole the show. While waiting in the lobby, he noticed Megan (the costume coordinator) chatting with patrons. Having also worked at the theater in the past, he asked his friends in the concession booth for her number. He called her from across the room and asked her out for a drink—surprised and impressed, she said yes.
Two-and-a-half years later, the engagement took place at the home of her parents during their annual New Year’s Eve party. Just before midnight Tony called the crowd’s attention and then got down on one knee and proposed. The beautiful ring was designed around her grandmother’s diamond.
Fr. Nicholas Pavia officiated at the ceremony at St. Catherine of Siena Church in Riverside. Megan walked down the candlelit aisle to a sixteen-piece orchestra. A reception followed at Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle. After being announced, the couple drove into the ballroom in a classic restoration of the car from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in honor of the groom’s favorite Broadway show. Their first dance was choreographed by Annie Heinemann, Megan’s matron of honor and dance teacher at Greenwich Academy.
The bride, daughter of Donna Cingari Ormond and Tom Ormand of Stamford, graduated from Stamford High School and Philadelphia University. Megan is the costume coordinator at Greenwich Academy.
The groom, son of Karen Falcone Morello of Stamford and Paul Morello of Greenwich, graduated from Greenwich High School and Union College. Tony is the head football coach at Greenwich High School.
The newlyweds honeymooned in France, Belgium and Amsterdam before returning home to Greenwich.
Photographs: Brigham & Co.