Long Beach Wedding Photographer
Long Beach is our home away from home. We have been Long Beach wedding photographers since the start of Lotus Weddings. Our team of experienced professional wedding photographers and videographers have seen it all. We can handle anything that your day can throw at us, including big bridal parties to huge family photos, we have you covered. We love what we do and if you take a little time to view our wedding galleries, I think you will like our style, we are a mix of artistic and candid.
When we are in Long Beach, here are some fun things we like to do:
Parks and recreation
- Clark Street Park
- Lindell Park
- Long Beach Ice Arena - home of the New York Applecore and Long Beach High School's club hockey teams and former practice facility for the New York Rangers.
- Long Beach Tennis Center
- Magnolia Playground
- Ocean Beach Park
- Ocean View Avenue
- Recreation Center
- Skate Park
- Veteran's Memorial Park
- West End's Georgia Avenue Splash Park
- Dog Park on the bay
- Barkin House
- Cobble Villa
- Granada Towers
- House at 226 West Penn Street
- Pauline Felix House
- Samuel Vaisberg House
- United States Post Office
- House at 226 West Penn Street (also known as Long Beach Historical & Preservation Society Museum)
- Martin Luther King Community Center
- 9/11 Memorial
- Holocaust Memorial at Kennedy Plaza
- John F. Kennedy Memorial
- Red Brick District
- Shine's Bar on the West End
A little Geography of Long Beach according to Wikipedia -
The city is located on a barrier island off the South Shore of Long Island. It shares the island with Atlantic Beach to the west and Lido Beach and Point Lookout to the east. Within its section of the barrier island, the city takes up the entire north-south span, fronting on both Reynolds Channel to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the south. A drawbridge, the Long Beach Bridge, connects it to Island Park, a small island community between Long Beach and the mainland of Long Island. To the west, another drawbridge, the Atlantic Beach Bridge, connects the island to Lawrence on the mainland of Long Island. The Loop Parkway, located to the east along the Lido Beach and Point Lookout borders, connects the island to nearby Jones Beach and, going in the opposite direction, to the rest of the expansive Long Island state parkway system via the Meadowbrook State Parkway.
- Central District - The area between Magnolia Boulevard and Monroe Boulevard.
- North Park - The area north of Park Avenue, between the LIRR and Long Beach Road.
- The East End - The neighborhood between Monroe Boulevard, and Maple Boulevard or Curley Street.
- The Canals - The area comprising several streets running north - south, with parallel canals originating from Reynolds Channel. The canals begin on Forrester Street and end on Curley Street.
- The President Streets - The area comprising streets named after former U.S. presidents, with the exceptions of Atlantic, Belmont, and Mitchell Avenues, and Pacific Boulevard; the streets noted as exceptions connect directly from Park Avenue to Broadway, a parallel road to the south.
- Kennedy Plaza - An area in the Central District, at the intersection of National Boulevard and West Chester Street.
- The Walks - An area comprising extremely narrow sidewalks between houses. Each walk is named after a month.
- The West End - This area is home to small bungalows and houses located very close to each other, along small narrow streets. These streets, named after U.S. states, run from the beach to the bay, until they meet East Atlantic Beach at Nevada Avenue.
- Westholme - The neighborhood between New York Avenue and Magnolia Boulevard.