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 much of her inspiration from the design that surrounded her at work.
Quinn had this shawl made for her based off of a design she found in her Anthropologie store. It was so soft and warm – perfect for a crisp, cold winter day in the Northwest.
I absolutely loved the florals that Quinn’s mother created, and Quinn gave each of her bridesmaids her favorite necklace design from Anthropologie.
Quinn and her mom made paper flower centerpieces that ran the length of the long family-style tables at the receptions, and a fresh pear sat at every place setting. I also loved that they had their favorite restaurant in town, Boise Fry Company, serve their famous burgers and fries for guests. Tim is also a professional violinist, and Quinn surprised him with a custom groom’s cake made to look exactly like his violin. So sweet!
Thanks for stopping by and make sure to check out the people that made this wedding happen below.
The Couple: Tim and Quinn
Date: January 1, 2010
Ceremony Venue: Capitol City Christian Church
Reception Venue: Barber Park
Event Designer: Terri Isaacson
Cake Designer: Greg Marsh Designer Cakes
Catering: Boise Fry Company