Best Sand Castle Wedding Photographer
As a Sand Castle wedding photographer, we know all of the great locations to take all of the best and most creative wedding photos. Sand Castle is located at 505 Franklin Square, NY 11010. The Sand Castle has a ton of really unique features that make for great wedding photographs. One of my favorite locations to use are the outside garden area. I love stacking the bridal party on the stairs to create fun and silly bridal party photos. They also have a beautiful gazebo that when paired with the right lighting can make for some of the best Sand Castle wedding photos you have ever seen!
On this wedding day, we used all of these great locations and more to make timeless wedding photos that I know our bride and groom will cherish forever.
One of the reasons we are considered the best Sand Castle Wedding Photographers is because we truly love what we do. We strive to give our couples a variety of styles, from light and airy wedding photographs to artistic and creative images.
We started this day at the brides hotel room, we photographed all of her details, such as her bridal bouquet, wedding rings, engagement ring and of course her bridal make up application. After this, we did some really fun photos of the bride jumping up and down on her bed and finished the getting ready section of the day with some cute photos of her and her bridesmaids. Right before we left the hotel we did a first look with the father of the bride, which allowed us to capture some candid images.
We made our way to the Sand Castle to do the first look with the groom. When speaking with the bride she said she wanted to do a private first look as the groom as a little shy, so we had the family and bridal party wait close by. After the first look was completed, we then moved on to some traditional family photos and fun bridal party photos. We utilized as much of the Sand Castles grounds as possible, for these photos. Trying to give as many looks as we can is something I take pride in. I want you to look back at your images years later and see a variety of poses, styles and backgrounds.
Once the bridal party photos and family photos were completed, we then had some time with the newlyweds. We know before the wedding that the bride and groom wanted a mix of candid, romantic and silly photos for the couples portraits. So we did just that. I utilized the gazebo, fountain, bridge and outdoor ceremony space for our couples portraits. I also used a variety of shooting techniques, I used natural light, flash and LED lighting to give me the looks that the bride and groom were looking for.