Stanley Park Pavilion Wedding Details

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Photography Credit: Denise Lin Photography

“The calm before the storm” is a fitting line for the photos you see above. This gorgeous wedding took place when Vancouver was hit by a big windstorm in August. To paint you a picture, Stanley Park was closed for hours, making it difficult for vendors to get inside the Pavilion in the morning.The interior design and floral arrangement added a ray of sun this gloomy day needed. To add even more love and light, Denise of Denise Lin Photography insisted she stick to her promise of capturing this wedding. Thank you, Denise, for braving the storm. Through thick and thin, sun and wind indeed.