Bethpage Wedding Photographer
We are professional wedding photographers that service Bethpage. Of course we have photographed in many venues in Bethpage, but one of our favorites are The Sterling which is located at 345 Hicksville Rd, Bethpage, NY 11714. Bethpage has tons to offer perspective brides and grooms looking to tie the knot. If you are looking for a wedding photographer that is familiar with Bethpage, look no farther.
The Sterling is a great venue to host your wedding reception. What the venue lacks in grounds it makes up for in decor. They have tons of locations indoors that make for incredible wedding photos of our newlyweds and their families. The crew and the food are awesome and their indoor ceremony space makes for a stunning ceremony, that you and your family will remember forever.
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.
Check out our Wedding Photos to see if we are the right fit for each other. We like to photograph in various styles, use interesting lighting and create unique wedding images for your clients and their families to love forever.
Fun Fact about Bethpage according to Wikipedia -The name Bethpage comes from the Quaker Thomas Powell, who named the area after the Biblical town Bethphage, which was between Jericho and Jerusalem in the Holy Land. Present-day Bethpage was part of the 1695 Bethpage Purchase. An early name for the northern section of present-day Bethpage was Bedelltown, a name that appeared on maps at least as late as 1906.
On maps just before the arrival of the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), the name Bethpage appears for a community now included in both the post office district and school district of the adjacent community of Farmingdale. In 1841, train service began to Farmingdale station, near a new settlement less than a mile eastward from what had previously appeared on maps as Bethpage. Schedules at that time do not mention Bethpage as a stop, but have a notation "late Bethpage". On an 1855 map, the location identified as Bethpage has shifted slightly westward to include a nearby area now called Plainedge.