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Where to stay
The couple has reserved a block of rooms for their guests at the Linden Row Inn, a hotel in the heart of downtown comprised of seven restored row houses built in the mid-1800’s, to provide a true Richmond experience. Use the link below to book, or call the reservation line with the name “Rockett-Morrison Wedding Block” to receive the group discount. Access code is: RMWB
What to wear?
The couple doesn't really care what you wear. They're only interested in having a good time with everyone. But for those who need fashion advice: cocktail attire in which you can eat some juicy fried chicken - there will be veggie options too - and then challenge the bride to a game of skee ball and/or the groom to air hockey.
Welcome to Richmond
Editors' note: We decided to do the wedding in Richmond because it's where we've chosen to make our home - at least, for now - and we want to share it with you. So come for the day, or come for a week. As the week of the wedding nears, we will add a timeline of events where you can find the happy couple. But for now, here are some of our favorite places:
What to do
-The Circuit (barcade)
-Hotel Green (putt putt)
-Folk Fest on Brown's Island (near our house
Where to eat
-Perly's for breakfast or brunch
-Fancy biscuit for breakfast
-ZZQ for lunch (meat eaters only)
-Seol Taco (soul food+taco fusion)
-Fighting Fish for sushi
-Mama Zu's-located in our neighborhood
-Charm School for ice cream
-Shindigz for cakes
-Red Eye for cookies (they deliever!)
Where to drink
-Triple Crossing (location in downtown)