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Brilliant Light Photography | Meredith Stone – Wedding, Engagements, & Portraits| Boise, ID bio picture

    I'm so happy you're here on the blog! Welcome. I am Meredith Adams, the photographer, owner, email writer, and everything that goes into Brilliant Light Photography. I love what I do.

    A few facts to help you get to know me better:
    -I've currently photographed 19 weddings and approximately 35 senior portrait sessions
    - I am majoring in Fine Arts (with an emphasis on photography!) at Boise State University
    - I'm married to a philosophizing musician. He's awesome.
    - I love talking about and looking at art
    - I'm currently addicted to How I Met Your Mother, New Girl, and Parks and Recreation! (Past loves: Friends, Scrubs, The Office, Breaking Bad)

Sister Wedding // Meredith Adams – Boise, ID Wedding Photographer

I was asked to shoot this wedding months back, and if it wasn’t enough excitement that I was contacted to shoot a winter wedding, I was also informed that this wedding would be a double wedding: Laurel and her sister Aubrey decided to get married just a day apart and share their reception together. It was so special to witness these two making one of the biggest commitments of their lives in the very same weekend and so fun to watch the laughter and joy take place between Laurel and Chad, Aubrey and Britton, and the four of them together. Congratulations, you two! Your wedding was lovely.


Marijke + Chris // married! | Meredith Adams – Boise Idaho LDS Temple Photographer

I had so much fun at their sunrise engagement session, and just as much fun at their wedding. These two are so full of love and happiness that I can’t help but be filled with it as well. The day started at the Boise LDS Temple and then Chris, Marijke, and I ventured around downtown Boise. We happened to go inside Big City Coffee, too, where we got lots of stares – and delicious hot cocoa.

The reception was at Ten Davis Hall in Parma – a perfect, intimate place to hold it  - with hot cocoa and pie. I even got invited to the family dinner beforehand, which made me feel welcomed and loved. There is nothing quite like a loving family giving you soup in bread bowls on a chilly evening. Actually, there is nothing like soup in bread bowls in general. YUM.

Okay, I’m getting off track.

I had the best time witnessing their special day. Sometimes as a photographer, you get the most fun people to work with. These two were definitely just that. <3

(P.S – her dress was HANDMADE BY A FAMILY FRIEND. I kid you not. And that lovely bouquet was also handmade, by family. So. stunning.)

  • December 7, 2013 - 2:51 am

    sarah cusson - mere. you’re so good at this. i want to be you. and seriously, what a breathtaking bride!ReplyCancel

  • December 9, 2013 - 1:54 pm

    amber fischer - There are so many images I loved in this that I don’t know where to start. My absolute favorites are the brick wall with the stairs, and the white wall. LOVE. I also love that darling reception hall. And your ring shot looking straight down on the succulent plant?!?!?!? Brilliant! Way. To. Go. Meredith!ReplyCancel