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Best Bridal Salons in Seattle, WA

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Seattle Bridal Salons on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.



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Seattle, WA 98102 Rating

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4.0 (92)

Why choose this provider?

Pretty Parlor is a Seattle vintage and new boutique that has been serving clients for over 14 years. The boutique carries clothes from the 1920s to the 1990s in a range of sizes from XS to 2XL. The bridal boutique has its own storefront and has vintage bridal dresses and reproduction dresses by Stop Staring, Unique Vintage, and Trashy Diva. Local artists’ handmade dresses are also available and the staff helps style brides with accessories such as sashes, veils, headbands, shawls, shrugs, cardigans, hand bags, and more. Clients appreciate the friendly staff and the variety of accessories and dresses.

Seattle, WA 98104 Rating

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5.0 (25)

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Cicada Bridal is a Seattle business that has been serving clients for over 18 years. The gowns are all handmade and come in sizes 2 to 22. Consignment and sample sale gowns are frequently available. Cicada Bridal also offers accessories such as hair accessories, sashes, and jewelry. Clients appreciate the selection, the quality, and the helpful staff.

Edmonds, WA 98020 Rating

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4.0 (19)

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Nadia S Evening is an Edmonds women-owned business that provides attire for brides, mothers of the bride and groom, bridesmaids, and more. The showroom also offers headpieces, veils, and accessories. Nadia S Evening also carries cocktail dresses, evening gowns, and shape wear in regular and plus sizes. Clients appreciate their prices, friendly service, and the quality of the dresses.

Seattle, WA 98103 Rating

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I Do Bridal is a Seattle business that has been providing bridal and bridal party dresses and accessories in a pressure-free environment for over 18 years. The business specializes in affordable dresses as well as exclusive private designer gowns. I Do Bridal carries Allure, Sottero & Midgley, Maggie Sottero, Valencia Vega, Justin Alexander, and more. Accessories include tiaras and headpieces, custom veils, belts, jewelry, garters, slips, and sashes. I Do Bridal won an award for Best Accessories from Seattle Bride Magazine. Clients appreciate their patience and attentiveness.

Federal Way, WA 98003 Rating

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5.0 (20)
4.5 (17)

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Adore Bridal Boutique is a Federal Way consignment boutique that offers new and pre-loved wedding dresses for every budget. Sisters Decy and Ira provide a personal, pressure-free experience and only take two appointments at a time. They carry new and pre-loved designer and vintage wedding dresses, and the inventory is 100 dresses or less. Adore Bridal Boutique serves Tacoma, Seattle, Federal Way, and Tempe. Adore Bridal Boutique won WeddingWire’s Bride’s Choice Awards in 2013. Clients appreciate the quality of the dresses and the intimacy of the boutique.

Seattle, WA 98102 Rating

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4.0 (72)

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La Belle Elaine's is a Seattle business that has been serving Bellevue and Seattle for over 35 years. The shop has a large variety of bridal and bridesmaid dresses in different styles from different designers along with a runway. La Belle Elaine's also offers a selection of bridal accessories such as veils, headpieces, flower wreaths, sashes, bracelets, earrings, and necklaces. Clients remark on the selection of dresses and the lit runway.

Puyallup, WA 98371 Rating

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4.5 (25)

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Something Blue Boutique is a Puyallup business that offers bridal gowns, bridesmaid dresses, accessories, and alterations. Owner Debra Zagar is a seamstress and a certified wedding planner. Some designers the boutique carries are Casablanca, Essence of Australia, Paloma Blanca, and Beloved. Accessories include tiaras, veils, bridal belts, jewelry, custom designed garters, specialty petticoats and bras, and high heel covers. Something Blue Boutique is a The Knot Best of Weddings Hall of Fame honoree. Clients remark on the informative, patient, and professional staff.

Kirkland, WA 98033 Rating

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4.5 (24)

Why choose this provider?

Drea K is a Kirkland bridal boutique that provides evening dresses, alteration services, and wedding dresses. Drea K has over 30 years of experience and creates custom wedding dresses. She has designed dresses in many different countries. The boutique is open by appointment. Clients remark on her creativity and the intimate shop.

Redmond, WA 98052
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4.0 (167)

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Samila & Co is a Redmond business that has been providing distinctive formal dresses for over 19 years. The business offers dresses for occasions such as galas, proms, pageants, holiday parties, and military balls. Samila & Co has bridal collections for second weddings and weddings. Clients remark on the attentive and professional staff.

Compare our Top Bridal Salons

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Pretty Parlor
Seattle, WA 98102
Cicada Bridal
Seattle, WA 98104
Nadia S Evening
Edmonds, WA 98020
I Do Bridal
Seattle, WA 98103
Adore Bridal Boutique
Federal Way, WA 98003
La Belle Elaine's
Seattle, WA 98102
Something Blue Boutique
Puyallup, WA 98371
Drea K
Kirkland, WA 98033
Samila & Co
Redmond, WA 98052


  • Introduction

    The wedding dress is arguably one of the most important parts of the ceremony for the bride, so finding the right one can be a monumental task. Turning to the experts can be tremendously helpful, as bridal salons provide valuable services that help make the shopping experience a good one for brides and their all-things-bridal support group.

    Preparing to start shopping for that perfect wedding gown, but not sure where to start? Review some helpful information about bridal shops, wedding dress shopping, and what to expect with these bridal salon FAQs.
  • What is a bridal salon?

    Bridal salons are shops that cater to brides. They sell wedding gowns, bridesmaids’ dresses, and other bridal accessories. Most offer stylist consultations and alteration services. They often operate on an appointment-only basis, giving the bride an exclusive experience. They also have seating areas for guests of the bride, such as select family and friends.

  • Are more dads going to bridal salons with their daughters?

    Traditionally, it was common to see moms with their daughters instead of dads at the bridal salon. However, that’s been changing over the past several years as more fathers get involved earlier in the wedding planning stages. It’s now common for both fathers and mothers to accompany the bride-to-be.

  • Do bridal salons purchase wedding dresses?

    Bridal salons generally don’t buy used wedding dresses outright, but some salons accept gently used, high-quality wedding gowns on consignment. They pay the owner an agreed-upon amount after the gown sells. Contact the salon first to ask about their policies and rules regarding pre-owned dresses.

  • Do you tip at a bridal salon?

    Gratuities for the salon consultant typically aren’t required or expected. However, tipping the seamstress may be appropriate when extensive alterations are required and the bride is incredibly happy with the outcome or the vendor went above and beyond, such as completing a rush order.

  • How do bridal salons get dresses?

    Bridal shops source inventory through various methods. They may order a selection of custom gowns for brides to try on and then special order a special custom-made gown for the bride. Some salons order direct from the manufacturer or wholesaler, and many shops supplement their inventory with pre-owned dresses.

  • How many bridal salons should you visit?

    Visiting three or four bridal salons is usually sufficient. Avoid trying on too many dresses, or the experience may become confusing and overwhelming. Discuss your preferences with the stylist first and work with them to choose between four and seven dresses to try on before making a final choice.