Westbury Wedding Photographer
We LOVE being Westbury wedding photographers. Westbury has been like a home away from home for us. At one point, we were professionally photographing at Westbury Manor at least once a weekend. Which means in one year alone, we photographed over 50 weddings there.
Westbury has a ton to offer any couples looking to plan their wedding day. Being located right off the North State Parkway, it is in the heart of Long Island, just a stones throw away from Eisenhower park.
If you are hosting your wedding reception at Westbury Manor, located at 1100 Jericho Turnpike, Westbury, NY 11590 I would really love to be considered to be the wedding photographer of your big day. If you like, you can view a recent wedding we photographed at Westbury Manor to see if our unique photojournalistic / modern style fits what you envisioned your wedding album to look like.
You can also view our wedding galleries to see more styles of image we like.
A little history of Westbury, NY according to Wikipedia -
Westbury's Jericho Turnpike, which provides connection to Mineola and Syosset as well as to the Long Island Expressway (or LIE), was once a trail used by the Massapequa Indians. As far back as the 17th century, it served as a divider between the early homesteads north of the Turnpike and the great plains to its south. Today, it serves as a state highway complex.
In 1657, Captain John Seaman purchased 12,000 acres from the Algonquian Tribe of the Massapequa Indians. In 1658, Richard Stites and his family built their homestead in this area. Theirs was the only family farm until an English Quaker, Edmond Titus, and his son Samuel, joined them and settled in an area of Hempstead Plains known to us today as the Village of Westbury. In 1675 Henry Willis, also an English Quaker, named the area "Westbury", after Westbury, Wiltshire, his hometown in England.Other Quaker families who were also seeking a place to freely express their religious beliefs joined the Tituses and Willises. The first Society of Friends meeting house was built in 1700. The early history of Westbury and that of the Friends are so interconnected that they are essentially the same.