Vendors I Love.



Blue Sky Bridal

Phinney Ridge, Seattle - This is a small consignment shop on Phinney Ridge. My favorite thing about Blue Sky is that unlike other bridal shops, you can try on gowns that are actually in your size. $

A & Be Bridal

Ballard Ave, Seattle - This shop recently opened in downtown Ballard, and is just a dream to visit. They have a truly unique collection of gowns, most of which lean toward the lighter bohemian side, but have lots of fuller skirts and ballgowns too. $$$

I Do bridal

Greenwood, Seattle - This shop is a Seattle staple and is definitely worth a visit. Their dresses lean toward the traditional side, with more structured options as well as a few of the more contemporary styles. $$

The Dress Theory

Wallingford, Seattle - The sweetest team of ladies run this shop, and all of their dresses are to die for. Similar to a & be, you will find some of the hippest dress designers here - Rue De Seine, Sarah Seven, and Flora Bridal to name a few. $$$



Megan is awesome!


Lauren is awesome!


With years of experience in the Seattle wedding industry, Juliet recently launched her online planning service - Everly Wedding Co. The service offers couples a more customizable experience, so you just get the help you want. With vendor recommendations, budget planning, to-do lists and wedding day timelines, Juliet provides a framework for you to work from, and is also on call to give advice and answer any of your questions throughout the planning process. She also confirms with all your vendors before your wedding to make sure all systems are go! If you're looking for a more affordable option to get you organized, as well as a pro to answer quick questions and bounce ideas off of, this is a great option!



Columbia City Bouquet

A staple of Seattle floral shops, from simple to elaborate

Melanie Benson Floral

Whoooweee, Melanie makes some crazy beautiful custom floral installations

Leigh and Mitchell

Contemporary, elegant, beautiful florals