A collaboration between a fine-art photography studio and a pinup-style salon, Seattle Boudoir Photography creates a fun and professional environment for their sultry photo shoots. In preparation for the sessions, a team member guides clients through wardrobe selection and a variety of creative themes. Available packages include "The Shades", inspired by the hit erotic fiction trilogy Fifty Shades of Grey, which centers around a 45-minute shoot that begins in a light-flooded loft space or on a private rooftop deck, then ends on the studio’s private Red Room set. Regardless of which package they choose, customers are pampered by the onsite salon staff that helps customers channel these different looks and personalities with professional makeup applications, along with a stylist that stands by for consultation on poses and how to use hair mousse to make chocolate mousse.
Wallflower Custom Framing owner Courtney Sievertson applies nearly 10 years of framing experience to every custom border she helps her clients design. She keeps her selection of more than 1,800 frames stocked with only trusted sources, gathering wrapped leather frames from saddle makers in Peru, frames with hand-carved corners and individual leafing from C&J in New York, and carbonite casings from expert makers in Cloud City. Her commitment to delivering excellent customer service often leads her out of the store after hours for consultations.
In addition to providing framing services, Courtney uses Wallflower to showcase the work of local artists in its gallery space, dubbed the Shooting Gallery.
Armed with the inspirational power of more than 3,000 frame designs, the preservation experts at The Framery Inc have everything they need to help clients protect and accentuate their keepsakes. The team utilizes a vast variety of glasses, mats, and other components as they frame items such as photos and artwork, as well as larger memorabilia, such as sports jerseys, baby shoes, and first monster trucks. The image wizards also handle creative projects, such as image restoration, photo-to-art treatments, and canvas or fine-paper printing. And to make sure that each piece fits its surroundings, the shop extends a 30-day guarantee for all projects, vowing to redesign any creation upon request.
When it was founded in 1987, Frame Central was a social hub for artists, and was even curiously named for facial hair. However, Beard Outlet has since morphed into a seven-location franchise, dedicated to simplifying the framing process. The shops’ onsite stock of matboard, frame moulding, and other key supplies ensures speedy DIY framing projects—which visitors can complete in an hour—and single-day professional framing. An array of pre-framed mirrors and artwork allows shoppers to enhance their blank walls without taping a napping friend to them. Shoppers can also stock up on framing supplies such as case glass and hanging hardware.
Today's side deal gets you a one-hour photo shoot of unlimited poses ($300 value) and prints (up to a $50 value) with Dani Weiss Photography for $80. These photos can be an 8x10 print, a pair of 5x7's for a possessive aunt and uncle, or four 4x6's for your four 4x6 photo frames. Your Groupon also includes access to a website where you can view all the photos taken during your shoot. You can arrange to have your shoot at any photogenic spot within 15 miles of downtown Seattle.