Floral Park Wedding Photographer
We are proud to announce we are Floral Park wedding photographers. We have photographed over 100 weddings in and around Floral Park including MANY weddings at Floral Terrace. Floral Terrace is one of our all time favorite venues not just in Floral Park but in all of Long Island.
If you're tired of searching the internet for professional wedding photographers with an extensive background in creating different and fun wedding images look no farther. We're a team of fun loving professional wedding photographers and videographers. We have tons of experience shooting over 1000 weddings, we have seen it all and are prepared for anything your wedding day can throw at us. Including big bridal parties, crazy families and grooms who hate taking photos, we have you covered.
If you are getting married at Floral Terrace, located at 250 Jericho Turnpike, Floral Park, NY 1100 I highly suggest you can see what we can do, view our wedding photos to see if there is something that peeks your interest.
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 Floral Park, NY according to Wikipedia - The area that is now Floral Park once marked the western edge of the great Hempstead Plains, and by some reports was initially known as Plainfield. Farms and tiny villages dominated the area through the 1870s when the development of the Long Island Rail Road Hempstead Branch and Jericho Turnpike cut through the area. Hinsdale had more than two dozen flower farms after the Civil War. The present-day village of Floral Park was once called East Hinsdale.
In 1874 John Lewis Childs arrived in the area to work for C.L. Allen as a seed seller. After building his own seed and bulb business and starting America's first seed catalog business, Childs bought a great deal of land in the area. To promote his own business and the local horticultural industry, Childs named the local streets after flowers and renamed the area Floral Park. The expansion of the Floral Park Post Office and nearby village businesses are attributed solely to the success of Childs' business. When the local Post Office took the name Floral Park, the Long Island Rail Road followed suit by changing the name of the East Hinsdale station to Floral Park in 1888. Formerly part of Queens, Floral Park became part of the new county of Nassau in 1899, and it was incorporated as a village in 1908. Childs served as its first president starting that year.