Hello and welcome to the blog! We are Cheyenne and Geoff Schultz and are wedding photographers in Charlotte, North Carolina. If you'd like to contact us about our photography, please e-mail me at cheyenne@lovetheschultzes.com with a subject line "The Schultzes". You can also check out our website at http://www.lovetheschultzes.com

Monday, July 7, 2008

Joy and Matt: Married!

Joy and Matt were married on June 8th up in Pittsburgh, PA. Since it has taken me much longer than usual to get this blog post up, I've tried to make up for it with a massive amount of images!


Love this.

Geoff and I were super excited when we arrived to the church and began scouting for good spaces to shoot. We saw this dumpster and knew we had to incorporate it. Hot! So hot, in fact, that it made the homepage slideshow on my WEBSITE!

Joy allowed for plenty of time in between the ceremony and reception to get pictures - we were grateful. It is SO much better when we're not incredibly strapped for time and can spend some time getting some good shots!

Joy, Matt, and their bridal party had a cocktails and appetizers in the bar area before they were announced. As soon as I saw the bar and chandelier, I knew I had to at least ask. Lucky for me, Matt and Joy never hesitated when I suggested she hop up on top of the bar. LOVE this. Really.....love this. :)

I was loving the big light coming from the videographer - made for these great dancing shots!

Congrats you two! Love ya!


Heather Houston said...

These are great! I really like the shot of the guys w/ the sky!!

Lisette Price Photography said...

Oh you did amazing on this wedding! I love the dumpster shots and the first skyline shot.....wow!

Jesse Fender said...

Love them! Love them! Love them! You did an awesome job!

Christy Bear Photography said...

love, love, love these! Absolutely beautiful.

Jill Higgins said...

ohhh...great job. I love the groomsmen agains the blue sky - and the couple with the skyline in the background. Awesome!

kristin said...

Love the shots of the skyline!