The Canvas Event Center, an art gallery and ballroom, welcomes couples in the greater Seattle, Washington area for their weddings. This modern and industrial event space features a versatile space with polished cement floors, high ceilings and unique chandeliers. Couples will find this venue in the Industrial District of Seattle, located seven minutes from Harbor Island.
Facilities and Capacity
This ballroom features 10,000 square feet of customizable event space with room for up to 400 wedding attendees. At the Canvas Event Center, couples can transform the rooms to the wedding venue of their dreams. The concrete floors add a modern touch to the venue, as do the unique overhead chandeliers. These light fixtures feature circles of individual pendant lights of the same size, shape, and height. Together, they appear as one large chandelier. Other pendant lights of the same size and shape sit at varying artistic heights within this larger circle to give the piece depth and added individuality. Couples can play with drapery, decor, and lighting in this space to change its appearance and tone for their wedding. In this venue they will also find modern accents such as large light up letters in the bridal suite and a geometric cement staircase.
Couples can use this space for any wedding-related event. It is available for ceremonies and receptions, but also bridal showers, elopements, engagement parties, and rehearsal dinners. The Canvas Event Center offers to couples all-inclusive packages that help the wedding day in their fantasy become a reality. This takes the stress and pressure off of the couple. Even couples who hire an outside event planner or choose to be more hands on with their wedding can take advantage of the setup and cleanup services offered at this ballroom. Additional services found at this venue include:
The building that now houses the Canvas Event Center was built in the mid-1950s as a warehouse. At one point in its industrial days it even served as a crane repair station. Shortly after the turn of the century, the warehouse was renovated and became a contemporary art space. From there, it became the unique wedding venue it is today.