The Best of the Best: Our Favorite 2014 Jewel Events

Jewel Hospitality produces hundreds of spectacular weddings, corporate and social events every year.  Charming and intimate, or large and exotic, the creative experts at Jewel Hospitality will plan, design and produce an unforgettable experience for you and your guests!

What makes an exceptionally fabulous event? It all lies in the details of ingenious planning coupled with exquisite food, beverage and ambiance! Take a look at the some of our favorite events from 2014 that took place at The Canal, The Ballard Bay Club, The Stimson-Green Mansion and the Great Hall at Union Station.

The Canal

The Canal is located in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood next to the famous Hiram Chittenden Locks.  With its unique Northwest style and elegant ambiance, The Canal is perfect for any event!  A beautiful covered and heated patio, gives you a picture-perfect view of the water any time of the year! The Canal weddings below are full of color, unique details, and lots of smiles!

Photo: Meredith McKee Photography

Photo: Meredith McKee Photography

Photo: Meredith McKee Photography

Photo: Meredith McKee Photography

Photo: Jenn Repp Photography

Photo: Jenn Repp Photography

Photo: Jenn Repp Photography

Photo: Jenn Repp Photography

Photo: Jenn Repp Photography

Photo: Jenn Repp Photography

The Canal
The Canal Wedding Ceremony
The Canal Wedding Reception

The Ballard Bay Club

The Ballard Bay Club is the ideal venue for that rustic, yet elegant feel, coupled with an amazing view. The space provides beautiful unobstructed views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Magnificent accents of hardwood floors, spacious outdoor patios and beach access; deliver the essence of the Pacific Northwest. We’re in love with how the turquoise and peach colors chosen for the wedding below really compliment the space and truly blend with the sunset – take a look! 

Photo: Arlene Chambers Photography

Photo: Arlene Chambers Photography

Photo: Arlene Chambers Photography

Photo: Arlene Chambers Photography

Photo: Arlene Chambers Photography

Photo: Arlene Chambers Photography

The Stimson-Green Mansion

The historic and charming Stimson-Green Mansion was designed by architect Kirtland Cutter and completed in 1901. The mansion is known as one of Seattle’s best examples of “eclectic architecture.” The magnificence of the Stimson-Green Mansion derives from an assortment of vintage artifacts, fixtures, fireplaces, a vintage pool table, and leaded windows. This eclectic location is perfect for a corporate luncheon, holiday party, an elegant wedding or any social event. The lovely wedding below incorporated a lot of beautiful colors and flowers to complement the mansion’s ambiance.

Photo: Starr Photography

Photo: Starr Photography

Photo: Starr Photography

Photo: Starr Photography

Photo: Starr Photography

Photo: Starr Photography

Great Hall at Union Station

The Great Hall at Union Station is full of elegance and charm. This iconic 11,000 square foot classic ballroom is located in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square. The beautiful architecture of The Great Hall is complemented by hundreds of glowing lights overhead in its majestic barrel-vaulted ceilings. This setting is perfect for an elegant corporate party, or a stunning wedding. Events here are anything but simple – take a look at some photos from an extravagant Old Hollywood themed holiday party.

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Photo: Kathryn Krogstad Photography

Which event was your favorite? Contact Jewel Hospitality if you’d like to book an event at any of our 4 fabulous venues, have us provide off-site catering – and more!

Photographers:

Meredith McKee Photography

Jenn Repp Photography

Fino Photography

Arlene Chambers Photography

Starr Photography

Kathryn Krogstad Photography