East Meadow Wedding Photographer
We are proud to announce we have proudly provided our wedding photography and videography services to the residents of East Meadow. I have personally photographed over 50 weddings at Chateau Briand Caterers which is just down the road from East Meadow, New York. Our creative and fun team of professional wedding photographers and cinematographers have photographed more then 80 weddings here as well. Take some time and view our Chateau Briand wedding gallery, I am sure there are some images that will tickle your fancy.
We are quite fimilar with the various hose of worship that East Meadow provided it's residents. Such as, Christ Alive Church located at 493 East Meadow Ave, East Meadow Jewish Center located at 1400 Prospect Ave, East Meadow united Methodist Church located at 470 East Meadow Ave, Holy Trinity Orthodox Church located at 369 Green Ave, Long Island Muslim Society, located at 475 East Meadow Ave, Timple Emanu - El of East Meadow located at 123 Merrick Ave and finally St. Raphael Parish located at 600 Newbridge Road.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions, we are always here to help.
View some of our Wedding Photos. We are continually trying to improve our style and keep up with the latest wedding trends.
A little history of East Meadow, NY according to Wikipedia - in 1655, two surveyors for Hempstead Town reported that the "east meadow" would be suitable for grazing. The area quickly became a grazing area for cattle and later, in the 18th century, for sheep. The sheep of the East Meadow, NY area provided the country with more than 50% of the United States' wool needs during that time.
During the American Revolutionary War, East Meadow was occupied by British forces when they discovered the vast amounts of livestock herded there, and remained under their control until the end of the war. Two large farms existed in what is now East Meadow: the Barnum farm (Barnum Woods), and the Carman farm. It is rumored that President George Washington spent a night on the Barnum estate during a trip across Long Island in 1790. A toll booth was operated near the Carman homestead on the Hempstead Turnpike.
Another early settlement was located near what is now the intersection of East Meadow Avenue (formerly called Newbridge Avenue; not to be confused with nearby Newbridge Road) and Prospect Avenue.
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