Billy & Courtney

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You know those times when you hear a love song and you just can’t help but smile and think of that one person? It was like that song was constantly playing for Bill and Courtney. Just days away from being married these two were giddy and smiling from ear to ear. As we drove all over Boise to document their love story, I couldn’t help but smile too.

We started at the Boise Botanical Gardens where these two were complete naturals are getting photographed. Surprisingly, we were the only ones there! Which made for an amazing time of exploring the gardens. We then got in the car and stopped at a couple random places in the area (a usual with me). Sometimes the best places and moments photographed happen when you whip the car into a random parking lot by the river or a pond! But we didn’t stop there. As the sun started to set we were given just a few minutes to capture the beautiful red Idaho sunset at the Meridian LDS Temple, where they would be married. It was the perfect end to capturing the start of their life as the Taylors.

Fun Fact: if you love Chick-fil-A like (like these two do) and are getting married, here is your new game plan. Go in your wedding attire! Courtney and Bill were given lots of free coupons… granted the whole staff wanted to be invited to the reception. Ha!


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