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107 Scheline Lane
McCall, ID, 83638
United States

208-630-3723

We are an Idaho Wedding and Event Magazine.  We specialize in destination weddings in areas like McCall and Sun Valley.  We can help you find  resources for your Boise Wedding, McCall Area Wedding, Sun Valley Wedding or perhaps a North Idaho Wedding. 

 

McCall

IDoWED McCall features venues and vendors for those who choose the Payette and Salmon River Valleys as their wedding and event destination. The most popular areas featured in our magazine for mountain weddings are: Shore Lodge,Brundage MountainAshley InnRiverside Ranch, Jug Mountain RanchRiggins Assembly of God, and the Salmon Rapids Lodge.

CASCADE

Cascade is located in Valley County and is known for both the beautiful Payette River as well as being situated on the shores of Lake Cascade. Cascade is about an hour and half from Boise and is a playground for vacationers year-round. Cascade hosts snowmobilers and skiers through the winter and caterers to outdoor enthusiast through the summer months. Cascade certainly gives you that small town feel so desired by many. 

Ashley Inn

ROSEBERRY 

Roseberry is located just east of Donnelly. In the late 1800's there were several families residing in and around Roseberry. This town quickly grew and by the spring of 1905 was a bustling community.  Roseberry today is the home of the Long valley Museum and holds numerous authentic buildings of a time in the past. Roseberry is not a "ghost town" , it's a preserved town holding a piece of history for you to enjoy. 

MCCALL

The picture perfect community located on the shores of one of the most pristine lakes in the country. The town's population increases tenfold in the summer when folks return to their summer homes to escape the heat. McCall offers unique boutiques, shops, and incredible restaurants. It also boasts a range of accommodation from hotels to resorts, to vacation rentals. There are many venues ready to host weddings from rustic to elegant.

Riverside Ranch, Jug Mountain RanchShore Lodge, Brundage MountainBear Creek 

NEW MEADOWS

This community is founded in the most beautiful valley meadow that one can find.  Mountains all around forming a beautiful backdrop from every direction. New meadows is a friendly community that produces a small town uniqueness that is hard to find. 

RIGGINS

Riggins is located on the banks of the Salmon River and boasts that it is the "Whitewater Capital of Idaho". Riggins is in a the salmon river canyon which is next to Hells Canyon, which is the deepest canyon in North America. Riggins has ample outdoor recreation and boast that it is the "Banana belt" of Idaho. This warmth allows Riggins to grow luscious vegetation hard to grow elsewhere. Riggins provides a perfect setting for any event. 

Salmon Rapids Lodge  Riggins Assembly Of God

Matt loves Bry

Sherry Scheline

Bry  and Matt have double the wedding beauty today.  Their intimate ceremony for family and friends was on a snowy winter day in McCall.  They followed it up with a lavish reception for all their friends and family featured today on IDoWED

When a couple envisions what an intimate, do it yourself winter wedding may look and feel like, I think ours is a sweet representation. Our special day was with a small group of close family members and took place at a cozy lodge in the mountains. 

What started off as a vision for a simple wedding turned into so much more. A lot of hands-on love was poured into creating our special day. First we designed the invitations to set the rustic and wintery style and feel, then handmade the programs and the menus to match. 

My sister, also my maid of honor, maid our wedding cake from scratch, and my dad surprised me with a handmade cake server (with sweet engravings) he found on easy with matching forks. Our 18 guests received welcome bags filled with champagne, hot chocolate, homemade Mexican wedding cookies, and a few Idaho treats. 

We wanted the tables to sparkle and be festive, but not scream Christmas time, so we layered several kinds of evergreens, hurricanes (re-used from my sister's wedding) filled with faux snow and cranberries, mercury glass, and pinecones. Instead of traditional flowers, we opted to use larger pinecones as the centerpieces that we spray painted gold.

One of my favorite touches of the weekend was a lovely hanging "chandelier" that my sister made. She and my best friend filled large, clear ornaments with faux snow and then hung them from a suspended tree branch over the center table. It was a beautiful, delicate, fixture that my sister envisioned and made happen for the wedding day. 

In honor of my grandmother, who was unable to make the journey across country for the wedding, I wore her vintage fur shawl. She loved that. It truly was an intimate and special day that we will always remember. 

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Venue:  Bear Creek Lodge

Photography: Tana Photography

Flowers: Flora