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PlaceFull Celebrates R-74!

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Starting December 9, 2012 gay and lesbian couples all over Washington State will be legally able to marry their partners – committing themselves, before their friends, family, and the State, to have and to hold, till death do they part.

You know what that means? It’s time to plan a wedding! Between choosing the perfect clothes, narrowing down the guest list, and choosing your menu, first on the list is choosing your ceremony and reception sites. We’ve got some great suggestions for GLBT-friendly spaces that are eager to celebrate with you!

Century Ballroom

century ballroom
With vintage charm and a 3,000 square foot dance floor,
Century Ballroom is the perfect place to host your wedding and reception. Take a spin on the sprung wood floors with your new Mr. or Mrs. and enjoy the gorgeous vintage details throughout. Add in a dance lesson with one of Century’s awesome instructors and you’ve got a wedding celebration for the ages.

Spring Street Center

Spring Street Center
Soaring ceilings and a beautiful, soothing, neutral color palate, The Spring Street Center, has hosted weddings for years and now they’re thrilled to welcome the full rainbow of nuptial celebrations! Host your ceremony in the upstairs chapel and then head down to the reception hall where you can dance the night away. For a limited time, The Spring Street Center is cutting their rates in HALF for all events in celebration of R74’s victory! 

Sanctuary at Admiral

Sanctuary features a variety of different spaces to create an event that’s as spectacular as the two of you. From the green-hued courtyard to the spacious Grand Room and the wood-paneled Stage, this space is gorgeous with a capital G! With room for up to 160 guests you don’t have to worry about paring down that guest-list either!

Wallace Falls Lodge

If you’re ready to get out of the city and enjoy a wedding nestled against the Cascades then Wallace Falls Lodge is ready and waiting for you. A true lodge-experience with over 10 acres of grounds, this is a place for celebrations on a grand scale. You can even book all the bedrooms and make it an overnight party, they’ll even make you breakfast!

All The Extras…

It’s just not a proper wedding if you don’t have all the goodies. Feed your guests, give ‘em some tunes, snap their pictures. Heck, you could even give them a magic show! PlaceFull’s list of Event Services you can book on PlaceFull.com is growing by the day. Check out some of our suggestions for awesome add-ons to spice up your special day.

TubalubaTubaluba

Way more than just a typical wedding band playing Journey covers (Not that I mind Journey covers…), Tubaluba brings the bright brassy sounds of New Orlean’s Bourbon Street to the weddings and parties of Seattle. R&B Flavor with tons of booty-shakin’ originals

Hotshots Photobooths

PhotoBooths are ALL the rage! They’re a great way to give your guests a completely personal connection to your wedding. Customize your photo strips, get a DVD of all the images to keep, a box of props, and even an attendant who will set up and remove the photobooth and stick around to help out during your event!

Benihana Sushi Trays

Sushi Tray from BenihanaGo beyond the typical wedding buffet featuring poached salmon and parsley potatoes with platters of fresh, gorgeous sushi brought to you by the masters of showy food prep, those tall-hat geniuses at Benihana. Your wedding guests will delight at the colorful trays of delectable bites!

Visit PlaceFull.com today to start planning your dream wedding.

 

Autumn Sakai is PlaceFull’s Mistress of the Blog. She’s a true Seattle native who runs in the rain, takes her kid to to the zoo in the rain, and waits for the bus in the rain. When it’s sunny she slathers on sunscreen and waits for the rain to come back. She loves a good wedding, bakes wicked awesome cookies, and secretly knows all the lyrics to ‘Yentl’. What? Don’t judge.

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