Meet our favorite Offbeat vendors in

Washington

DIWAS Photography

We are Diwas and Sadie, representing Diwas Photography. We are a little family run photography business with roots from Nepal and Wisconsin now established in Seattle, WA.  We love love; we love art; we love people; we love photography.  What we love the MOST is seeing the look on our clients’ faces when they see their love captured in our photos. Seriously, our hearts swell, we can’t help it. 

Megan Christine Studio

Hey there! I’m Megan and what matters most to me is photographing the quirky bond between two souls silly in love…no matter who they are! My approach is honest and simple: photograph life as it happens, remember little details, preserve pure happiness and capture personalities. I want to celebrate YOUR love story with photos that evoke emotion — photos that tell stories of their own.

Jonas Seaman

My photography has always been a celebration of personality, uniqueness, and diversity. A perfect fit for an offbeat bride. If you’re interested in my work. check out my website. I'm open for bookings anywhere in the United States. I love to travel!

Jubilee Event Engineers

Jubilee Event Engineers is a full service event planning company specializing in high style-low impact weddings and parties. With a combined 20+ years experience, and drawing on our backgrounds as artists and early leaders of LGBT weddings, we revel in offbeat, non-traditional, badass and beautiful weddings in Seattle, and destinations throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Wai-Ching

Wai-Ching provides green, eco-friendly bridalwear, custom clothing, and kimonos in silk, hemp, and other natural fibers. Upon its debut, Wai-Ching has revolutionized the wedding dress. Using exclusively organic, hand-dyed silk, and trained in the art of couture, Chrissy has created bridal wear that astonishes.

NW Maritime Center

The NW Maritime Center is a non-profit maritime education center. We provide educational classes both on and off the water, for adults, youth, recreational boaters and professional mariners. We have an active boat shop where boats are built and restored. We put on the Wooden Boat Festival, now in its 40th year and the largest of its kind on the west coast. We also put on the Race to Alaska, a 750 mile engine-less boat race.

Danielle Barnum Photography

I am an adventurer and lover of people whose heart is set on telling love stories… anywhere and everywhere. In the mountains, on the water, in a building, in a barn, in a sunbeam or in the pouring rain (sometimes especially in the pouring rain). I adore the head-over-heels romantic, the whimsical, the vintage, the geeky…Whatever makes it yours, I want to be there.

Victoria's Bridal Couture

Victoria’s Bridal Couture offers expert bridal alterations and custom gowns designed to celebrate your own quirky, creative vision!

Victoria's designs explore dreams of simple elegance fashioned in rich silks to ultra-modern confections created with fine imported lace. Trained in London, she has over 30 years of experience in designing with a particular emphasis on wedding attire.

Vera Pash Photo

Photography has been a passion for me for over ten years. I love getting to know every couple I work with, learning their stories, and then capturing their wedding in a way that feels authentic to them.

Firstlight Photography

We are a husband and wife duo that chose to do what we love in life — really it doesn't get any better than this! Besides, we're a little bit too quirky for the confines of the 9 to 5 world. Our photography style has been described as lifestyle, photojournalistic, edgy, sexy and distinctive. We spend most of our time focusing on wedding and boudoir photography (our Boudoir Studio is called Little Black Book).

Jenny Jimenez

I believe in self-expression, love and laughing your ass off. I look for the humor in life as well as the beauty.
Starting out over ten years ago as a music photojournalist, I photographed promotional portraits and live shows for Seattle venues, labels and local alternative weekly papers The Stranger and Seattle Weekly. At one point I put down the camera and picked up the bass, playing in a few bands. Turns out I’m much better with the camera!

Pretty Parlor Bridal Boutique

Pretty Parlor's new Bridal Boutique is located just behind the Parlor and has its very own storefront on Loretta Place. Alongside authentic vintage gowns that date back to the 1920s, we carry darling reproduction dresses by Trashy Diva and Unique Vintage. Our in-house tailor fits your dress to perfection and Anna Banana the owner herself styles the brides with custom headwear, sashes, slips, jewelry & shoes. Vintage veils, petticoats, beaded bags and cake toppers also adorn the boutique.

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