AHHHHHHHHH. LOVED this wedding. 🙂
Erin and Dan were married early November in Rock Hill, South Carolina….get this…in the old courtroom located in the Gettys Art Center of downtown Rock Hill. How cool is that?! The whole building was originally built in the 1930s as Rock Hill’s Post Office and Courthouse. We were even able to do their first look in front of the post office boxes. Really loved this.
Erin and Dan both have such gentle, sweet spirits – being around them is just easy. Photographing their wedding truly was a joy-filled experience. A couple of my favorite things from their day:
+ Taking Erin’s picture. I could have taken her picture all. day. long.
+ The black, the white and the gold. It was a lovely spin on a fall wedding. And, both the ceremony and reception sites complemented their feel and colors of their day perfectly. Gorgeous – just gorgeous.
+ Erin wore the same earrings that her mother wore on her own wedding day….AND lace from her mom’s veil was used to wrap Erin’s bouquet. 🙂
+ Watching Dan dance to “Apache” (Jump On it) by the Sugarhill Gang. I mean….hilarious. Ridiculously hilarious (see picture below).
Bridesmaid shoes – purchased from DSW
Cake/cupcakes – Cake Lady Jill
Invitation Suite, programs, signage – designed by bride
ahhh so gorgeous! love how you can feel their sweetness and gentle personalities thru this images. wonderfully captured, Schutlzes!!
simply stunning. The way they are looking at each other during the ceremony makes my heart melt. 🙂
I absolutely love that black and white image of them standing in the street! Just gorgeous work all around.
What a perfect wedding! I love that room at the old government building in RH. these photos are fantastic and look like they could be a spread in Bride Magazine!
Of course, you are an artist so I am not surprised! Congrat’s you two, Many long happy years ahead for you!
the first look–swoon. xo
How lovely!! I think this is the most beautiful wedding I have ever seen!
Do you use Lightroom? If so, how do you get the “air to look think” In your photos? It’s a warm, vintage look. It just makes the photograph beyond words!
Katie – thank you! I used vsco in lightroom and Totally Rad Actions in Photoshop. Hope this helps! 🙂