Emily and Zach’s Boise Train Depot wedding was everything a wedding reception should be. There was laughter. There were tears. Most importantly, there was a lot of dancing!
When Emily and I first met, she said she wanted the party of a lifetime and that dancing was one of the most important elements of her big day. Well, she came to the right place! Not only did Emily and her guests dance, but they danced for three hours straight. I’m pretty sure they could’ve gone three more hours if the venue would have allowed it!
Emily and Zach were amazing to work with. It’s always fun to learn about someone’s vision and then help make it a reality. They also had the help of some other incredible wedding professionals including Sara Michelle Weddings, Susanna Grant Photography and Whatever Works Catering.
CEREMONY & RECEPTION TIMELINE
4:00 PM – Guests Arrive
4:35 PM – Ceremony (in the grass below the fountain)
4:50 PM – Cocktail Hour (On the patio and inside the Depot)
5:30 PM – Dinner (Whatever Works Catering Buffet)
6:00 PM – Toasts (Inside)
6:25 PM – First Dance (Outside on the Patio)
6:30 PM – Father-Daughter Dance
6:35 PM – Mother-Son Dance
6:40 PM – Anniversary Dance
6:50 PM – Cake Cutting (On the Patio)
7:00 PM – Dance Party (On the Patio)
9:55 PM – Last Dance
10:00 PM – Reception Ends
Check out some of the gorgeous photos from Emily & Zach’s wedding day provided by the talented Susanna Grant Photography!
Eric Rhodes is the owner and lead DJ at Rhodes Entertainment in Boise, ID. Eric has always had a passion for entertaining people through music. He officially started mixing records at the University of Idaho in 1999. After college Eric moved to Boise where he started making a name for himself in the local music/club scene with his unique sets of House, Indie and Hip-Hop tracks. He started his business in 2011 after realizing that his career in TV news just wasn’t for him. Since then, Eric has been following his dream by building his event DJ Company.
Aside from music, Eric has a passion for fitness, personal development and, most importantly, raising his young family. He is a member of the North American Collective of MCs and Entertainment Designers (NAC), the former President of his local Toastmasters Club and former President of Idaho Event Professionals.