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Anthropologie Inspired Winter Wedding

If you’re looking for a soft, touchable, DIY look for your wedding, then this, my friends, will get your inspiration wheels moving. Tim and Quinn are our lovely couple out of Boise, Idaho, and Quinn and her mother, Terri, were the fabulous minds behind this New Year’s Day winter wedding. When they say that talent for design runs in the family, these two prove that point. Quinn and her mother did everything for this wedding, including all of the flowers, and Quinn got ready at her parent’s gorgeous estate in Boise. Quinn also managed an Anthropologie store, so she took…

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Tim and Quinn | Boise, Idaho | Part Two

Welcome back to the second installment of Quinn and Tim’s New Year’s Day wedding in Boise, Idaho (here’s the first half). This wedding was all things meaningful, beautiful, and simply adorable. The ceremony began with a beautiful string quartet serenading guests as they took their seats in the quaint Capital City Christian Church in downtown Boise. Once the ceremony began, Tim, who just finished his master’s program in performance violin, played for the bridal party as they walked down the aisle. This guy is extremely talented! The ceremony was filled with meaningful moments. I love this image I caught of…

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Tim and Quinn | Boise, Idaho

You just know. There’s no other way to say it. You just know. Quinn heard it – from friends, from other couples – but she never understood it. It was too strange, too impulsive. How could you meet somebody and just know? Right away? Without hesitation or doubt that this was the person you were meant to spend the rest of your life with? Without time? Without some room to grow and live? But suddenly she knew. It was a blind date that didn’t work out that brought them together. Quinn’s set-up date wasn’t the right person. They both knew…

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A Lovely Brunch in Boise, Idaho

When I say that our brides are the coolest, I mean the coolest. Like as cool as that girl in 8th grade who wore a denim skirt she made from an old pair of stonewashed jeans from the 6th grade and would page her BFF to meet her at the Arctic Circle while sipping an oreo shake and rocking out to the Backstreet Boys on her walkman. I always wanted to be that cool… But sometimes, I actually do get to hang with the cool kids. When we travel to weddings outside of Southern California, Jeff and I love to…

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