I'm sure photographers get really excited when they meet with a bride that looks like Sepi. Is she not gorgeous? Beautiful and photogenic - what a treat! Lyndsay London Photography certainly got lucky with Sepi and Pooyan - this engagement session is perfect. Soft, romantic, comfy - I think it's everything that an engagement session should be. It's like a breath of fresh air - I can smell the fresh grass and the new blooms coming up in Stanley Park, and I just wish I was there. Congrats to the happy couple!
A bit about the session from the photographer, Lyndsay of Lyndsay London Photography!
"Sepi and Pooyan met through mutual friends way back in the winter of 2006 and officially started dating in 2007! Pooyan proposed on October 21, 2010 when Sepi’s dad was in town. Here’s the story: Sepi and her family always go out for dinner before her dad leaves again and this is when Pooyan planned to pop the question. After enjoying dinner at Gold Fish in Yaletown, Pooyan went to the “restroom”, and a few minutes later Sepi’s sisters asked her to go to the ladies room with them! (Sneaky sisters!!) On the way there, Pooyan surprised Sepi by opening a door to anther room and Sepi’s sister pushed her inside where all of Sepi and Pooyan’s close friends and family were waiting and Pooyan proposed!! Sepi had NO idea! But she totally said YES!
Sepi says that Pooyan is very hardworking and easy going, while Pooyan says Sepi is gorgeous (obviously!), as well as super friendly and smart. A total package! They really are all of these things – and more! My jaw probably hit the ground when I saw Sepi all glammed up and ready to go. Such a beauthy. My goodness! She did all the little extra things to prep for her engagemetn session, like wear lots of great accessories, do her hair and makeup, and bring a change of clothes (with colour). Perfection. I had so much fun on our sunny Stanley Park Rose Garden engagement session. You have no idea. The wanted thier session to emulate them: romantic and relaxed. I think we managed to pull that off without even trying too hard."