The Virginia Museum of History and Culture was a desired location for their wedding, but they decided to go in another direction, which did not take away from it being one of their favorite places in RVA. We chose to have their session right before the sun went down to take advantage of the city sunset’s beautiful colors.
Squid, their cute little four-legged fur ball, joined us for the session, and we had a blast!
If you are looking for a photo location in the downtown area of Richmond, I would suggest both the Virginia Museum of History and Culture and VMFA. They are close in proximity and offer a variety of backdrop options.
Annie and Nick’s love story started in college. Nick remembers Annie walking into class and was instantly attracted, but Annie was very focused on the class since she was a history major. Lo and behold, two years later, during Annie’s grad school year, they reconnected and have been inseparable ever since.
Annie and Nick have gotten to grow through becoming adults together. They moved in together the DAY the world shut down for COVID, so they got to share their first cozy loft through a pandemic lockdown.
We had their engagement session on their 4 year anniversary, which made the photos an even more memorable night. When we went to the parking lot for night photos, I whipped out my phone and asked them what song I should play. They requested “September, by Earth, Wind, and Fire,” and the rest is history! Check out their dance moves in the photos below!
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