Being a Massapequa wedding photographer certainly has it’s benefits. Our team of talented professional wedding photographers have photographed in and around this awesome Long Island town for years.
If you are a bride or groom and you are hosting your wedding reception at The Riviera at Massapequa located at 200 E Shore Dr, Massapequa, NY, 11758 and are in need of a great wedding photographer, I would love to chat with you. We love what we do, and if you take a little time and view some of our wedding galleries, I think you will find something that you will love. Or if you would like to see a recent wedding gallery from The Riveria at Massapequa you can do that also.
Some fun facts about Massapequa, NY
A 19th-century writer identified Massapequa as one of the “13 tribes of Long Island,” but additional research has shown that they were a band of Lenape, the Algonquian-speaking people who occupied the western part of the island at the time of European encounter. The bands were identified by names of the geographic areas they occupied.
The Native Americans to the east spoke a different Algonquian language and were related to the Pequot people of Connecticut and southern New England, another in the large Algonquian languages family of tribes in coastal areas along the Atlantic Ocean. Major bands of Pequot in eastern Long Island were the Montaukett and Shinnecock. Today the Shinnecock Indian Nation has gained federal recognition and has a reservation on the South Shore of Long Island.
Massapequa has Six Elementray Schools – Birch Lane, East Lake, Fairfield, Lockhart, Unqua, McKenna. One Middle School – Berner Middle School and one High School, Ames.