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By Christine Stoddard
Leah and David are long-time sweethearts who started dating Leah's senior year of high school in Newport News. For the past three years, they've made Richmond's Shockoe Bottom—the historic haven of edgy bars and restaurants we just can't talk about enough—their home. So it made sense to photograph the couple near their apartment and by some of their favorite haunts, including River City Diner and The Halligan Bar & Grill. For the shoot, Leah chose a stunning, timeless look with a scarlet dress, pearly baubles, black hose, and silver heels. David also opted for classic style and went with a handsome tailored suit and wine-colored tie. Leah and David will be wed at Shockoe's Main Street Station, a beautiful city landmark that originally opened in 1901, on January 4, 2014.
See The Quail Bell Crew's fiancée shoot with Leah and the accompanying love poem here.
The all-woman Quail Bell Crew styles and shoots engagement and wedding portraits for couples of all colors, sizes, religions, and orientations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. We seek to be respectful and inclusive as we work with couples to represent them however they believe best captures their love story. Please visit the Quail Bell Press & Productions website for more information and 'like' Quail Bell Weddings on Facebook.