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Oheka Castle Wedding Photos

What can I say about Oheka Castle that you do not already know. It is fabulous! Being the best Long Island Wedding Photographer, we have photographed many weddings at this beautiful Long Island Catering Hall. We actually photographed the Growing up Gotti star, John Agnello's wedding here.

Oheka Castle has beautiful green lush gardens which allow us to creative beautiful and creative wedding photographs that our brides and grooms will love forever.

We love dramatic and artistic wedding photos as much as the next Long Island wedding photography studio, but we truly believe candid wedding photos are the heart and soul of any wedding album. Oheka Castle has enormous gardens that allow us to create beautiful wedding photos with a light airy natural feel.

In this summer wedding at Oheka Castle, we started in the bridal suite with the bride. We always like to start photographing every wedding with the brides details photographs. Such as the wedding gown, wedding dress, engagement ring, wedding bands, invitation, save the date etc. These small details help tell the big story of our newlyweds wedding day.

A Dream come true at Oheka Castle
On the Gold Coast of Long Island between New York City & The Hamptons OHEKA has been celebrating the art of entertaining since 1919, when OHEKA's first bride, Maude Kahn, hosted her wedding in the Grand Ballroom. Today, OHEKA celebrates in 21st century style and enjoys the reputation as one of the most coveted wedding venues in the world, voted #1 Most Unforgettable Wedding Venue by WE TV.

Imagine the possibilities of hosting the most important day of your life in America's grandest castle. You and your guests will savor award-winning cuisine and dance the night away as celebrities, dignitaries, and heads of state once did during the golden age of the Roaring Twenties. And because we host only one wedding a day, OHEKA truly is a castle to call your own.

For more info go to, http://www.oheka.com/weddings.htm