Modern Richmond Documentary Wedding Photographer | The Boathouse at Rocketts Landing Multicultural Wedding

Covid weddings were… WILD and inspiring and joyful and a sign of the times. The good news: occasionally, when restrictions let up a little… they got to happen and being a modern Richmond documentary wedding photographer came in handy. (Yeah, I’m a little behind on blogging.) I got to practice that whole let things happen, be a fly on the wall photo-ninja thing I love so much. The photos will always represent exactly what was happening at the time. Dance floors were a little less crowded. Custom face masks were made and worn. I had to take a few extra steps back from people. What it didn’t change? People like Eric and Julie still got married… and they got to do it with a few of the people that meant the most to them. (This was during the 30 people limit.) They got to involve aspects that were important to both of them… a wedding in a Catholic church at St. Patrick’s in Church Hill and a traditional Korean tea pouring during the reception at the Boathouse at Rocketts Landing.

Wedding Planning and Coordination: Jian Zapata
Bridal Attire: Melissa Sweet at David’s Bridal
Bridal Accessories: Badgley Mischka and Olive + Piper
Bridesmaid Attire: David’s Bridal
Groom’s Attire: J. Crew
Rings: Diamonds Direct
Hair: Seven Hill Studios
Ceremony Venue: St. Patrick’s Catholic Church
Floral Design: Black Creek Flowers
Reception Location and Catering: The Boathouse at Rocketts Landing
DJ: DJMinWah
Dessert: WPA Bakery
Rentals: Classic Party Rentals of Virginia