Whytecliff Park Engagement Session by Inga Avedyan
 
You are the finest, loveliest, tenderest and most beautiful person I have ever known — and even that is an understatement
— F. Scott Fitzgerald

Love takes us on the grandest adventures. It allows us to explore places we've yet to discover both within ourselves and of the world. Together, with the one whom our soul belongs, we can journey through this life knowing we will never have to journey alone. Today's beautiful journey is taking us to Whytecliff Park for a lovely engagement session captured by Inga Avedyan.

From the Bride to Be Bre: "We were full of excitement and nervousness leading up to our photoshoot with the talented Inga Avedyan. Wild fires had been burning throughout the interior of BC for weeks, and the skies were visibly smoky, gray, and almost ominous. The sky had been burning a scarlet red, both masked and accentuated by the hazy air. When we arrived at Whytecliff Park in West Vancouver on the day of the photoshoot, we were instantly captivated by the earthy color palette of the landscape. Ragged exposed rocks and dry, yellow grass added to the sky, which was lit up as the ruby sun began its descent. We feel that Inga captured our love perfectly. The shots are stunning, and we felt so comfortable with her behind the camera. The images, from the scenery, the burning sun, and the immaculate style of Inga tell our story beautifully."

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Photography: Inga Avedyan | Photolab: Canadian Film Lab | Floral Bouquet: Celsia Florist

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What if I’ve told you that your whole world will change soon.
Why? Because you are going to marry your best friend.
This will be one of the most important and exciting moments of your life.
Your day will be filled with joy, love, fun, tears and happiness.
You will be overwhelmed by so many nice words and surprises.

How do I know it? Because I lived through this day myself and I know exactly how it feels and especially how it looks after. And how it looked was the only way to live this day again and again.
— Inga Avedyan