Here are some resources for Boise wedding venues...
Keep in mind that some venues only allow you to use their catering, or will charge you more to bring outside catering services into their facility.
One of the main things to remember is weather plays a huge factor in your day. We got married in May, which can still be "if-y" weather (even though our wedding day was perfect), we decided to have things indoors so it wasn't an added stress if the weather didn't cooperate. We were able to take beautiful photos outside, so it worked out great!
We got married at our church, Capital Christian Center
We had our reception at The Adelmann, downtown on Capital and Idaho.
They were great to work with, and priced very reasonably. They were also one of the only places that had the capacity we needed for all our family and friends!
Some other places that we looked at were:
The room is beautiful, located in the Hoff Building, downtown, but the capacity was too small for our guest list.
Capacity was limited here as well, but it's an awesome venue on the rooftop of a downtown building. There is a deli during the day that I highly suggest eating at! It's a beautiful view of Boise!
The museum is lovely, but priced high. The artwork/exhibits stay during your reception, so make sure you like what will be showcased. There were also quite a few regulations due to the artwork/exhibits, as well as noise ordinances for the rose garden out back...all things to keep in mind!