The Bishop’s House – Linen Building Wedding – Kelly and Taylor – Boise, Idaho Wedding Photography

Meet Kelly and Taylor.  These two are beautiful, delightful, and some of the kindest people I have ever met. I really felt like part of the family at this wonderful wedding.  The ceremony was held at the charming Bishop’s House, which is a historic Boise building with a fascinating story.  Built in the 1880’s, this unique venue added a romantic Victorian ambiance  that was truly special.  The reception took place at another classic Boise locale: The Linen Building. After a delicious dinner and wonderful cupcakes (seriously…they were to die for!) served by Open Table, Guests danced the night away to festive country tunes provided by the incredible Max Stalling and his band. They traveled all the way from Texas, (which is Taylor’s home state.)  Kelly, and Taylor, thank you so much for allowing me to share this wonderful day with you!

 

Ric Latham - Awesome wedding! I love the emotions and these two seem so genuinely happy with each other!! Adorable

Jessica Schilling - Such a beautiful wedding, and I love all the emotion in the laughing and crying shots! The live band is awesome – like a concert at the reception!

Two Ring Studios - I love that photo of her in the mirror (vertical orientation one). So beautiful and full of happiness!

razvan - that last portrait is stunning!

Paul Nguyen - Great photos! Love the use of colours!

Kyle - You captured so many great moments from this wedding, great job!

Kari - The one of her reflected in the mirror on the wall is AMAZING! I love how it feels like a picture in their home.

Nick - Great set, Jean. Love it.

Matt and Katie - Gorgeous wedding! The colours pop so much too!

Shyann - Lovely!! I really like the ring shot in the leaves! Great color

Leah Kua - What a beautiful set. Your colours knock my socks off!!!

Stephen Rotondo - Really beautiful images here Jean! Love the greens, and that first shot under the arch is especially special!

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