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Glen Cove Wedding Photographer

Lotus Weddings has proudly provided our wedding photography services to the residents of Glen Cove for over 6 years.  Being a Glen Cove wedding photographer is awesome for a few reasons. One of those reasons is we get to shoot at venues like The Metropolitan Caterers as well as Glen Cove Mansion.  

If you are hosting your wedding reception at Glen Cove Mansion located at 200 Dosoris Ln, Glen Cove, NY 11542 or The Metropolitan Caterers located at 3 Pratt Blvd, Glen Cove, NY 11542 I would love the the oppurnity to show you what Lotus can do for you. 

We have photographed dozens of weddings at Glen Cove Mansion, check out a recent wedding we had the privilege to photograph here.  They have beautiful grounds that all us as Glen Cove wedding photographers to take creative images that are not only beautiful but meaningful as well. 

We have also photographed tons of weddings at The Metropolitan Caterers.  This beautiful catering hall has a great dance floor that can be photographed from above as well as from ground level.  This makes first dance wedding photos really unique.  Check out a recent wedding gallery from The Metropolitan Caterers for yourself. 

We are also very familiar withe the Houses of worship that Glen Cove offers it's residents such as:

A little history of Glen Cove according to Wikipedia -

Succeeding cultures of indigenous peoples had lived in the area for thousands of years. At the time of European contact, bands of the Lenape nation inhabited western Long Island, the areas of New York and New Jersey around the harbor, and along the coast through present-day Pennsylvania and Delaware, as well as along the Delaware River. They spoke an Algonquian language. By 1600 the band inhabiting this local area was called the Matinecock after their location.

Glen Cove was used as a port by English migrants from New England and named "Moscheto" before 1668. On May 24, 1668 Joseph Carpenter of WarwickRhode Island purchased about 2,000 acres  of land to the northwest of the Town of Oyster Bay from the Matinecock. Later in that year he admitted four residents of Oyster Bay as co-partners in the project: brothers Nathaniel, Daniel, and Robert Coles, and Nicholas Simkins. The five young men named the settlement Musketa Cove Plantation, "musketa" meaning "place of rushes" in the Lenape language.

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.  

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