VENUE

Georgetown Ballroom

BRIDAL GOWN

Rachel Zoe

ARBOR

Western Neon

HAIR STYLIST

Vain Salon

MAKEUP ARTIST

Shannon Bisconer

GROOMSMEN ATTIRE

Indochino + Tiebar

CAKES & DESSERTS

Good Day Donuts

CATERING

Georgetown Ballroom

AN ARTIST AND A KINDERGARTEN TEACHER PLAN A WEDDING.

Rose & Tim’s artistic urban wedding day at Georgetown Ballroom will always stick out in my mind as one of the most visually fun weddings I’ve ever photographed. Rose & Tim threw convention out the window and committed to really doin their own thing. Rose wore a blue sequined dress with an incredible headpiece (seriously, look through this wedding if not purely for Rose’s incredible bridal look) and Tim wore a maroon suit with a gold tie. Tim, who is a neon artist, hand-made their wedding ceremony arbor with the help of a close friend. It was such a stunning center piece for their ceremony and toasts and was such an incredible symbol for their creativeness as individuals and as a couple.

 

Georgetown Ballroom was also the perfect setting for Rose & Tim to tie the knot. It is one of the most unique spaces I’ve worked at in Seattle. It is filled with a variety of quirky decor and has a gorgeous courtyard filled with retired pay-phones and old signs. This venue paired perfectly with Rose & Tim’s vision for their wedding day and elevated every small design choice that they made on their wedding day. Rose & Tim’s celebration is a perfect example of doing what suits YOU as a couple and not feeling like you are tied to tradition. There is no wedding rulebook. Do what feels right for you and your wedding day will be such a beautiful reflection of your values, your passions and your partnership.

 

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Artistic Industrial Georgetown Ballroom Wedding