It’s that time of year again – voting for Seattle Bride’s Magazine’s Best Of 2020 is now open!
Starting today (March 3rd) until May 4th, 2020, Seattle Bride will be accepting votes for the top Seattle wedding vendors. Voting will help to determine the Best of 2020! Winners will be announced at a special ceremony later this year and appear in the Fall/Winter 2020 issue of Seattle Bride.
What an absolute honor it would be to be nominated for one of these categories, and to be featured in the Fall/Winter issue of Seattle Bride. My heart still feels like it’s on cloud nine after my feature in the Real Weddings magazine earlier this year.
I’m still new in the PNW neighborhood, but I’m sharing my picks for some of the categories in case you’re looking for some guidance. Not to sway your vote at all, but really to share my own insight with those I’ve worked with or have heard really great things about and hope to work with in the future. I am a small business supporting other small businesses. I’m also not including categories where I haven’t personally worked with someone that I would recommend. You only need to vote in 10 categories, so you can skip the ones you’re unsure about!
Voting is limited to one response per email address, and voters must vote in at least 10 categories.
To cast your vote for Seattle Bride Magazine’s Best of 2020,
Categories we could be nominated for:
Best All-Around Wedding Vendor (TMinspired Photography)
Best New Wedding Vendor (TMinspired Photography)
Best Wedding Photography (TMinspired Photography)
Best Wedding Videographer (Ochoa Wedding Films)
My picks for Seattle Bride Magazine:
Best of 2020 wedding vendors:
Best All-Around Wedding Vendor: Voter’s choice
Best New Wedding Vendor: Voter’s choice
Best Wedding Planner:
Other: Tapestry Event Company Kate is incredibly personable and reliable. Her goal is to walk along side of you and amplify the personality and soul signature that makes your love unique. She wants your celebration to be joyfully you.
Other: Emerald Engagements, Carly is technically new but has years of experience through another company of planning and coordinating weddings and events. She officially launched her own business at the end of 2019. Her ultimate goal is to help your ideas become a reality to create the wedding of your dreams.
Best Floral Designer:
Other: Brett Emory James, who did the GORGEOUS celestial styled shoot with me and made all of my floral dreams come true.
Other: Wildflower + Co. who did the Cape Disappointment elopement with me and absolutely nailed the boho vibes my heart craves.
Other: Bumblebee Bridal Works, who did the greenhouse styled shoot with me and brought my “colorful winter” idea to life with stunning, colorful florals.
Best Invitation Designer:
Other: Créé+Co, who did the fantastic stationary details of the greenhouse styled shoot. Everything she does is elegant and swoon-worthy.
Other: Oh Hey Face, who created the signage and invitation suite for the Cape Disappointment elopement. She’s a crazy talented calligrapher and artist.
Best Photography: Other: TMinspired Photography, my photography business. New to the PNW and loving every minute of living out my passion.
Best Videographer: Other: Ochoa Wedding Films, my husband’s videography business. He’s new and absolutely killin’ it out there with his 2020 wedding season already starting.
Best Photo Booth: Shutter Bus Co., they were our personal choice for our wedding back in 2017 and I’ve seen them work weddings I’ve been at since. Always consistent and such a fun design.
Best DJ: Other: Orion Entertainment, David and I have worked a few Seattle events together. He works very closely with his clients when it comes to the creation of their wedding playlists. He’s got the experience, knowledge, and the energy to help your guests party all night long.
Best Caterer: Other: Table 47 Catering, absolutely fresh to the core and full of flavor.
Best Bar Service: Other: The Mini Bar, a brand new ADORABLE mobile bar cart.
Other: Lady Grey Seattle, who creates jaw-dropping designs that are also delicious.
Other: Alpenglow Baking, who should literally take the cake (lol) from her cake design for our celestial styled shoot.
Best Desserts: Other: Botanical Bakery, if you’re like me and appreciate a little something different, then these ladies will spark joy for you.
Best Formal Wear for Men: The Black Tux, offering unique and really sharp looking options, it’s one of the best formal wear options I recommend for my grooms.
Best Bridal Accessories: BHLDN, I might be a little bias here as a BHLDN bride myself, but honestly I love how affordable and elegant their gowns and accessories are for their customers.
Best Bridal Party Apparel: BHLDN, ditto to myself for what I said above.
Best Locally Designed Bridal Jewelry: Other: Anueva Jewelry, a crazy talented jewelry designer, inspired by nature and antique vibes. Jennifer creates fine jewelry using ethical gems and recycled gold.
Best Hair and Makeup: You really can’t go wrong with any of these talented ladies. I’ve worked styled shoots and weddings with them and they all deserve to win this award!
Other: LiSun Goh Beauty
Other: Seattle Beauty Boss
Other: Amelia Zaborac
Best Officiant: Other: Tapestry Event Company, not only is Kate a wedding and elopement coordinator/planner, but she’s also one of the most personable officiants I’ve worked with.
Best Northwest Destination Wedding Site: TreeHouse Point, so I’ll be honest I haven’t worked here, but it is a personal dream of mine is to photograph an intimate wedding here.
Hugs all around, friends. Thank you for your support and encouragement. It means the world to me that my job is also my deep-rooted passion. I am so grateful for the opportunities I’ve stepped into and for the incredible people I’ve met along the way.