Jeremy + Kari: married / Nampa Idaho, Wedding Photographer

Jeremy and Kari exchanged vows on October 13th in Kari’s parents backyard.  This quiet  and spacious location was perfect for an intimate gathering.  Jeremy and Kari were surrounded by close friends and family as they exchanged vows and celebrated their nuptials.
Thanks guys for having me be a part of your special day.

Wedding Vendors
DressSweetheart Manor
Cape:  Alice Swenson (family friend)
Photography:  Leap Photography
Catering:  Smoky Mountain Pizza
Flowers:  Overland Floral
Hair:  Ed Farmer (friend)
Rings Zales
DJ:  Chris Nelson (friend)

Kari’s grandmother and sister helped Kari with the finishing touches.

 


In addition to the exchange of rings, Kari & Jeremy chose to include a hand fasting in their ceremony.

Cole & Jessica’s wedding / Boise Wedding Photographer {Crystal Ballroom}

Cole & Jessica have a long history with each other.  These two were once high school sweethearts.  Just like many other couples who move on from high school to college, these two parted ways.  After a few years of dating other people and then getting back together a time or two, Jessica and Cole finally decided they’d found their perfect match and it was time to get married.
On October 6, 2012 the two joined and started their life long journey together.  Congratulations you two!   Thanks for inviting me to be a part of your special day.

Wedding Vendors
Venue:  Crystal Ballroom
PhotographerLeap Photography
Florist:  In Bloom
Cake:  Greg Marsh
Brides Dress:  Sweetheart Manor
Bridesmaids dressesDavid’s Bridal-Vera Wang
Men’s attire:  Men’s Warehouse–Vera Wang
D.J.:  Diamond Music Catering
Catering:  Big Sky Catering
Bar Services:  Jo’s Traveling Bar
Officiant:  Alec Cindrich

Parallel Collisions / {Boise Band Photographers}

Recently I had the challenge of photography a new and emerging local band, Parallel Collisions.  One of the band members works with my husband and asked if I would take a few photos of their performance. 
Parallel Collisions recently completed in the “Liquid Throwdown”.  It was a battle of local bands which took place over a series of multiple weeks of competition.  Each week a new set of bands competed against each other.  The winners from each night came together for one final night to compete for the grand prize. 
At the end of the night these guys placed second and only lost the winning spot by 7 votes.
Thanks guys for asking me to snap a few shots.  I had a great time!