Best Mount Sinai Wedding Photographer
Are you a bride or groom that live in Mount Sinai and are in need of a professional wedding photographer? If so, look no further! Our team of trained and talented photographers know exactly what it takes to create beautiful photos that will not only take your breath away but will last the test of time, and will not only look great now, but in 40 years as well. Mount Sinai is our home away from home. We have photographed dozens of wedding for the residents of this great town.
We love what we do and if you take a little time to view our wedding gallery you will too!
If you are looking for a studio that can not only create artistic wedding photographs as well as heartwarming candid images, look no further. Chances are you have searched every wedding website you could find, and have looked at dozens of photographers websites too. What makes Lotus Weddings stand out is not only our style, but who we are. We truly love being East Setauket wedding photographers. We care about your photography and videography more then you care about them, and you care A LOT! We want you to not only get the best product, but we want you to have the best experience too.
A little history of Mount Sinai according to Wikipedia -
Mount Sinai is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) located within the Town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 12,118 at the 2010 census. The hamlet is located on the North Shore of Long Island, and is served by the Mount Sinai School District and the Mount Sinai Fire Department, founded on October 25, 1930. The Mount Sinai Fire District covers approximately 5.5 square miles including the Mount Sinai Harbor and parts of the Long Island Sound. Mount Sinai's ZIP code is 11766.
Mount Sinai was first settled in the 1660s and was known by the name of Old Mans until a name change in the 1840s. Initially an agricultural hamlet, it transitioned into a popular resort town in the late-19th century and developed into a suburb of New York City in the mid-20th century. While primarily a residential community, the hamlet contains Mount Sinai Harbor and its popular public beach, Cedar Beach.