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A Romantic Wedding in Boise, Idaho

  • Tana Photography, Boise, ID
    Storybook Weddings, Nampa, ID
    Boise Historic Train Depot, Boise, ID
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Megan & Anthony in Boise, ID
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Each of the five tiers was a different flavor. The outside of the cake was finished off with fresh pink flowers.
Greg Marsh Designer Cakes, Boise, ID
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Megan and Anthony were inspired by Spanish architecture and the romance of the venue so they incorporated ivory lace, wrought iron, handmade saltillo tiles, bright shades of purples and fuchsia, greenery and succulents.
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The centerpieces incorporated wrought iron candelabras filled with colorful roses and lilies on top of  lace linens. Megan and Anthony also incorpored a large ‘M’ script monogram gobo light on the wall and a professional light show and uplighting provided by their DJ.
Hope Blooms, Eagle, ID
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The Spanish style of their venue informed all of their style choices for the day.
Boise Historic Train Depot , Boise, ID
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Megan and Anthony served two signature cocktails, jalapeno cucumber margaritas and peach sangria.
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Megan and Anthony framed the aisle of the ceremony with vases on steel hooks.
Hope Blooms, Eagle, ID
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Platt Garden outside the train depot was the perfect spot for their ceremony. Guests sat in simple wooden folding chairs and rose petals were sprinkled down the center aisle.
Boise Historic Train Depot, Boise, ID
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Anthony's boutonniere was a structured arrangement made up of a purple calla lily and accented with a succulent.
Hope Bloom, Eagle, ID
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The bridesmaid bouquets included orchid, roses,and lilies.
Hope Blooms, Eagle, ID
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Megan's bouquet was filled with a variation of orchids, roses and lilies.
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Megan & Anthony in Boise, ID

Megan and Anthony left their homes in different states to work with a small army of engineers on the pursuit to win a $2 billion dollar project. In the middle of the project the couple ended up falling in love and winning the big job! The day Anthony proposed he picked Megan up from the airport and they went out to dinner. During the second course Anthony got down on one knee and proposed.

The Bride: Megan McKenna, 27, professional civil engineer
The Groom: John Anthony McNeese, 29, professional civil engineer
The Date: September 2011

The couple choice the Boise Historic Train Depot for their wedding because they loved the architecture and it was important to Megan and Anthony to get married somewhere that will still be there when they celebrate their 50th anniversary. Megan and Anthony were inspired by the Spanish mission style of the venue and their romantic trips to Santa Barbara and San Antonio so the wedding had a Spanish flair.
- Simone Hill
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  • Tana Photography, Boise, ID
  • Storybook Weddings, Nampa, ID
  • Boise Historic Train Depot, Boise, ID
  • Greg Marsh Designer Cakes, Boise, ID
  • Hope Blooms, Eagle, ID
  • Boise Historic Train Depot , Boise, ID
  • Hope Bloom, Eagle, ID

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