Lindsay and Darren's Fun and Flirty Picnic Engagement Photos at False Creek in Vancouver // Vancouver Island Wedding
We were smitten by Lindsay and Darren instantly. He’s a teacher, she’s a librarian, and they each have undeniable enthusiasm for each other. Since Vancouver’s ever-growing Olympic Village is where they call home, and they love to go out for dinners and drinks with friends, we thought it would be the perfect place to do a very personal engagement session.
During their photos, it was clear that Lindsay and Darren radiate energy from the inside out! Lindsay was a constant source of smiles and stories, and Darren seemed to know all the right things to say, and the perfect faces to make (he has mastered the brooding Pasodoble face) to encourage a fit of laughter.
Not only were Darren and Lindsay outgoing and energetic on their photoshoot, but they let us in on the sweet and romantic side of their relationship. In August 2014 the two of them booked their wedding date at Church and State Winery, in Victoria, for August 2015. At the time, they weren’t engaged yet. Darren really wanted to ask Lindsay’s parents for their daughter’s hand in person. The two of them kept their wedding plan a secret from friends and family the whole time, until that Christmas, when Darren’s opportunity arose. After getting permission from Lindsay’s parents, Darren proposed to Lindsay at the end of January. Lindsay told us how she came home late from work one evening to wine, cheese and dinner prepared by Darren. For dessert, a macaron garnished with an engagement ring from Brilliant Earth!
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