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Baldwin Wedding Photographer

As Baldwin wedding photographers, we have photographed hundreds of weddings in Baldwin, NY.  It is a beautiful town that is a hidden gem to wedding photographers and videographers in Long Island.  It is an adorable town that has a lot to offer prospective bride & grooms.  One of our favorite catering halls to photograph beautiful weddings is Coral House, located at 70 Milburn Ave, Baldwin NY.  One of the features of Coral House that you might be interested in is that they are right on a lake.  The lake makes for beautiful and different photos of our bride and grooms that our newlyweds love! 

Baldwin NY has a lot to offer, whenever I am there, I usually stop at the Silver Lake Park, located at 2400 Lakeside Drive, or Coes Neck Park located at 1240 Coes Neck Road.  We have also photographed a few weddings at Parish of St. Christopher located at 11 Gale Ave. 

If you have any questions or would like to check our availability for your wedding please do not hesitate to reach out to us anytime, we are always here for you.  

View some of our Wedding Photos.  We are always trying new and unique photography techniques and pushing ourselves and our team members to create different and fun images.  We like to photograph in various styles, using unique lighting and casual poses.

A little history of Baldwin, NY according to Wikipedia -  Original inhabitants of the area between Parsonage Creek near Oceanside and Milburn Creek near Freeport were Native Americans known as Merokes, or Merrick, an Algonquian tribe indigenous to most of the South Shore of Long Island, who lived in two villages along Milburn Creek. In 1643, the land became known as Hick's Neck after two of Hempstead's early settlers, John Spragg from England and John Hicks from Flushing, who extended Hempstead village south to the salt meadows. The grist mill built by John Pine in 1686 on Milburn Creek attracted more settlers who engaged in fishing, farming, marshing, raising longwood, and breeding and raising sheep. Between the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, growing Hick's Neck came to be called the village of Milburn. The first churches were built in 1810 and 1872, and the first school was built in 1833.[2][3]

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