Boise Weekly’s Best of Boise just came out. Grab a copy!
Oh, and if you’ve ever seen someone out paddle boarding with a dog on the front of their board, it was probably James!
That’s a good looking credit card. Right??
Apologies for the poor quality iphone-in-a-dimly-lit-bar photo…
You may remember the Anderson Family from Part One of our session: the laundromat.
Part Two was this: a funky, Shabby House session…
Their clothes/colors fit so well with the environment, and we all loved how it turned out. Enjoy!
Richard and Amy.
How do I count the ways I loved their wedding day?
Starting with the crisp morning air in McCall and finishing with the bride insisting I drink out of her champagne glass, this wedding was absolutely charming and downright fun!
Here were some of my favorite highlights:
A beautiful one of a kind gown. Amy had the lace straps added. Perfection.
A second generation suit. Richard wore his father’s suit… the suit he wore on his own wedding day.
A dreamy backdrop of a beautiful lake. Amy was on a boat in her dress and flip-flops (ie flippy floppies). Which of course makes me think of SNL’s “I’m on A Boat..”
A mint (condition and color) classic ford and a GTO that caravanned to the church.
A short Catholic ceremony (What?? Who knew they could be short?) that was very intimiate.
An amazing dinner that I was very thoughtfully included in with a seat at table #4.
And most importantly — the whole day was surrounded with incredibly gracious, kind people.
Cheers to Mr. & Mrs. Holm!
A couple of weeks ago I posted some photos of a home that I deemed (keep in mind I have no qualifications to be allowed to deem it anything at all) to be “whimsical.” On that note, I suppose I would call this home natural + modern.
I love how open this home feels — very airy, but still cozy. I also love the outlet on the floor next to the couch. Brilliant!
This beautiful home was designed and built by Seidl Home Company.