We have known Zack since Adam attended Bridgeton Elementary School almost fifteen years ago. Then there was the third musketeer: Jarrod. There were many, many weekends that it was difficult to remember who was staying where. I guess you could say that they grew up in each others homes. Adam on the left, Zack in the middle and Jarrod on the right.
And yes it took some effort to arrange this picture some fifteen years later especially with what was going on. Adam on the left, Zack in the middle and Jarrod on the right.
Zack's hand picked groomsmen. I'd hate to run up on these guys in a dark alley.
Zack is the big, athletic, always smiling kinda' guy and obviously has very good taste in women. This is his beautiful bride, Jenny. She would be beautiful even if she wasn't a bride.
It all started with the Groomsmen "seating" the guests. Since the wedding was on the beach the walk was a little strenuous for some. The groomsman were wearing matching two piece outfits consisting of khaki trousers and un-tucked white shirts.
Standing room only was the case as 4:00 approached.
The bride was escorted down the isle by her father and stepfather. Pretty cool.
At this point things were getting serious. This was Zack's last chance to pray for an escape route or thunderstorm. All exits were blocked and the sun was shining.
The beauty of the occasion, both scenery and participants, made for a most memorable occasion.
Shot one of the five most important wedding shots.
Zack places the ring on her finger.
Jenny places the ring on his finger.
The final prayer before the big moment.
The big kiss!
I present Mr. and Mrs Schultz.
The new couple is all smiles at the conclusion of the ceremony.
The wedding party and family.
The reception at Atlantic Beach.
Yes, we say grace in the South.
We say grace and we say mam
and if you ain't into that we don't give a damn.
-Hank Williams, Jr.-
We've loved Zack for many, many years (he's easy to love) and wish he and his new bride, Jenny, a long a happy life together!