Hosting a bridal shower in Seattle can mean dealing with the region’s infamous rainy weather. But don’t worry: we’ve got you covered — both literally and figuratively. We’ve found these fabulous bridal shower venue ideas in Seattle that are suitable for a range of themes and styles. Whether you’re looking for a stylish indoor setting or a festive backyard, choose one of these Peerspace venues to host your bridal shower at a customized event space offered by a local Seattle host. At many venues, you’ll have the option to add on catering, bartending staff, equipment rentals, and more. This way, your planning process will be as easy as possible!
1. A vibrant event space and gallery in Magnolia Village
This 600 sq.ft. venue is a versatile event space that has been used for cooking workshops, art displays, and more. It can fit 24 guests seated, and 50 or more standing. There’s a refrigerator, and outside food is welcome, so you can bring your own food and drink, or arrange for catering through the Peerspace Concierge service. The decor is perfect for a bridal shower, with white walls and cabinets and yellow chairs for a simple but lively color scheme, with modern art lining the walls. You’ll have the option of using the on-site ping pong table, and can rent additional A/V gear if you need it.
2. A contemporary multi-purpose home in Ballard
This venue is a great choice for a bridal shower if you’re looking for a modern, well-decorated home that can double as an event space. It has 1,000 sq.ft. of space on the first floor for up to 35 guests to gather comfortably, with additional rooms upstairs and a backyard patio. The best part of this venue is that it can accommodate any kind of bridal shower: you can play games and present gifts in the cozy seating area, or have a catered meal in the dining area. If the weather’s good, head outside to the backyard to enjoy the BBQ and firepit. This versatile venue will look just as good in your bridal photos as it will in real life!
3. A contemporary renovated stable in SODO
This renovated stable called “The Cabin” is a great bridal shower venue idea in Seattle if you’re looking for a space with natural light and a modern, industrial vibe. Up to 40 people can fit in this 550-sq.ft. studio, with a sliding barn door and and lots of north-facing windows. You can use the on-site furniture, which includes two couches, a bench, a coffee table, lounge chairs, and more. Outside food and drink is welcome, so bring your own or hire a caterer. There’s also a sound system and projector available for your music and A/V needs.
4. A bright and historic event space near Pioneer Square
This classy venue has the feel of a night out at the theatre or a fancy restaurant. It can fit up to 75 people depending on whether you choose a seated dinner or cocktail setup. Your rental fee includes a sound system, projector, and A/V gear, and a kitchen for your caterer to use. But one of the highlights of the space is how suitable it is for photos. With exposed brick, natural light, and a grand, curving staircase, you’ll want to get plenty of photos of the bride and the bridal party during your night out at this impressive venue.
5. A Scandinavian-style home in Queen Anne
Choose this event space if you’re looking for a relaxed, homey venue with a backyard garden. The main seating area features comfortable couches, hardwood floors, and indoor plants, while the backyard includes several terraces, a firepit, and a bamboo forest. There’s also a sunroom and a fully-stocked kitchen that you or your caterer can use. This house makes a great bridal shower venue idea in Seattle for groups of up to 15 people.
6. An urban dance hall near Gas Works Park
This venue is a great fit for a bridal shower with a spiritual or holistic vibe. It offers 4,500 sq.ft of hardwood floor used for dance and yoga classes. It’s ringed with comfortable cushions, colorful curtains, and fabric to create a bright and welcoming atmosphere for any occasion. You’ll have access to the kitchen and private back room for storage or set-up.There’s also a sound system, and tables and chairs available for a cocktail party or buffet. Just ask your host if you need any set-up help or additional furniture or equipment.
7. A vibrant outdoor patio in North Admiral
If the bride-to-be loves taking photos, then this bridal shower venue idea in Seattle may be just right for your event. You can get plenty of photos in front of the colorful murals, including a color block wall and a floral wall. The patio is 430 sq.ft., but you can also inquire about using the 2,000 sq.ft. indoor space, which is ordinarily used as a gift shop. There are folding tables and chairs available on-site, or you can inquire about outside catering and furniture rentals. Plan to host your event in the afternoon or early evening for the best light.
A good bridal shower can offer many things: a chance to shower the bride with gifts, get to know other members of her family, and take plenty of photos together. We think these bridal shower venue ideas in Seattle will fit the bill, but if you want to keep looking, you can browse Peerspace for more venue ideas that meet your date, location, and capacity requirements.
Once you’ve found the right venue for you, just call up the Concierge service to arrange for a caterer, photographer, event staff, or anything else you need for your event!