Why Choose Ashe Photography Studio for Your Special Day

As a Long Island wedding photographer, I've had the privilege of capturing countless love stories across this stunning island. From the picturesque beaches to the lush gardens and historic mansions, Long Island offers a diverse range of backdrops for your special day.

At Ashe Photography Studio, we understand the importance of preserving your wedding memories in a way that's both timeless and personal. Our expertise and passion for photography ensure that every moment, from the preparations to the last dance, is captured in stunning detail.

Photo of a couple at lands end
Couple at the heritage club
Couple standing in front of bourne mansion
Couple at the beach in Stony Brook

What Sets Us Apart as a Long Island Wedding Photographer

  • Personalized Approach: We take the time to get to know you and your partner, understanding your unique style and preferences to tailor our photography services to your needs.
  • Attention to Detail: From the smallest details to the grandest gestures, we capture every moment with precision and creativity.
  • Expertise: With years of experience in wedding photography, we know how to work with light, composition, and timing to create breathtaking images.

Some of the recent Venues to Work At

Bourne Mansion

The Bourne Mansion is a stunning estate with a rich history, perfect for a fairytale wedding. This 25-room mansion boasts elegant gardens, a grand ballroom, and opulent decor, making it an ideal setting for a luxurious and sophisticated wedding. With its picturesque backdrop and ample space for guests, the Bourne Mansion is a popular choice for couples looking for a classic and unforgettable wedding experience.

Three Village Inn

The Three Village Inn is a charming and intimate setting with rustic charm and beautiful grounds. This historic inn offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, perfect for a cozy and relaxed wedding celebration. With its picturesque gardens, cozy fireplaces, and delicious cuisine, the Three Village Inn is an ideal choice for couples looking for a romantic and laid-back wedding experience.

Stonebridge Country Club

Stonebridge Country Club is a picturesque golf course with lush greenery and a sophisticated atmosphere. This beautiful venue offers stunning views of the golf course, a elegant ballroom, and exceptional service, making it an ideal setting for a classic and elegant wedding. With its serene surroundings and ample space for guests, Stonebridge Country Club is a popular choice for couples looking for a refined and memorable wedding experience.

The Mansion at Oyster Bay

The Mansion at Oyster Bay is a luxurious and historic mansion with opulent decor and stunning views of the Long Island Sound. This magnificent estate offers a grand ballroom, elegant gardens, and exceptional service, making it an ideal setting for a luxurious and unforgettable wedding. With its picturesque backdrop and ample space for guests, The Mansion at Oyster Bay is a popular choice for couples looking for a sophisticated and glamorous wedding experience.

The Heritage Club

The Heritage Club is a beautiful and serene setting with lush gardens and a warm, inviting atmosphere. This picturesque venue offers a elegant ballroom, exceptional cuisine, and stunning views of the surrounding gardens, making it an ideal setting for a romantic and intimate wedding celebration. With its peaceful surroundings and personalized service, The Heritage Club is a popular choice for couples looking for a relaxed and memorable wedding experience.

Contact us

If you're looking for a Long Island wedding photographer who will not only capture your special day but also tell a story that will be cherished for generations, look no further than Ashe Photography Studio. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and let's start planning your dream wedding photography experience!

Walking toward the camera at the heritage club at bethpage

Little info about the island

Long Island, a picturesque island located just east of New York City, has a rich history dating back to the 17th century. Originally inhabited by the Secatogue and Unkechaug Native American tribes, Long Island was later settled by European colonists in the 1600s. The island's strategic location made it an important hub for trade and commerce, and its beautiful landscapes and fertile soil attracted many farmers and settlers.

Over time, Long Island developed into a popular destination for tourists and vacationers, drawn by its stunning beaches, charming towns, and historic landmarks. Today, Long Island is home to a diverse range of communities, from the bustling cities of Nassau and Suffolk to the quaint villages and hamlets that dot the island's landscape.

A few facts
  • Long Island played a pivotal role in the American Revolution, with historic sites like the Old Bethpage Village Restoration and the Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium offering a glimpse into its storied past.
  • The iconic Montauk Point Lighthouse, commissioned by George Washington himself, stands tall as a symbol of the island's rich maritime history.
  • The North Fork region is renowned for its lush vineyards and wineries, perfect for a wine-tasting tour or a relaxing getaway.
  • The Hamptons, a collection of upscale villages and towns on the eastern end of Long Island, offers stunning beaches, chic boutiques, and world-class dining.
  • The Long Island Sound, home to over 1,200 species of marine life, is a haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.
  • The Long Island Rail Road, established in 1834, is one of the oldest railroads in the United States.
  • The iconic Long Island Expressway (I-495) is one of the busiest highways in the country.
  • The Gold Coast, once the epicenter of the Gilded Age, is now a hub for art, culture, and entertainment.
  • Jones Beach State Park, is one of the most popular beaches in the world.
  • Long Island is the biggest and longest island in the contiguous United States.
  • Long Island is home to 120 miles of stunning coastline and beautiful beaches.
  • One of the first computer games was created at the Brookhaven National Laboratory.