COME CARVE WITH CAT
GRACE GOW VOW is a fine jewelry studio in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood in downtown Seattle. Located in the famous Good Arts Building, Washington jeweler Cat McCadden's studio showroom provides an artistic and private atmosphere for you to create your wedding rings.
Our hands-on jewelry studio showroom is unlike most spaces you'll ever visit; there are no display cases or sales people. This casual and well-appointed interior environment will spur your creativity, and Cat's personal instruction will help you through the design process with a feeling of exhilaration and accomplishment.
Tall white modern work tables offer a casual and well-appointed workspace, contrasted by exposed brick interior walls, bright white lighting and unique architectural embellishments in this 100+ year old arts building. You're efforts, Cat's instruction and this building creative vibes will enrich the rings you make with a passion and love that is simply impossible to find in store bought rings.
PLAN YOUR VISIT TO PIONEER SQUARE, SEATTLE
Coming from out of town? Or are you a local Washingtonian?
Either way, Pioneer Square is a neighborhood steeped in history that puts you at the center of downtown Seattle's diverse culture. Whether you're planning on carving your rings during a day trip in the city, or you're on a longer vacation, here are some resources I've personally put together to help you explore the area, dine at a fabulous restaurant or kick back in a swank hotel ––enjoy your stay!
I am happy to answer any questions you may have that will enhance your stay in Seattle while you're here to carve your wedding rings.
Copal • Tacos and margaritas in great cande-flame lighting
Salumi • Traditional Italian salumeria
Damn The Weather • Great bar + restaurant on a rainy day
Il Terrazzo Carmine • Fine dining Italian like NYC
Nirmals • Upscale Indian from multiple regions
Alstaad • German inspired small plates + brews
The London Plane • Fresh local produce in a light airy atmosphere
Taylor Shellfish • Oysters, mussels, goeduck from the PNW waters
First Thursday Art Walk • Pioneer Square galleries open their doors to all
ArtXchange Gallery • Contemporary art
Linda Hodges Gallery • Local and regional featured artists
Seattle's Underground Tour • Explore Seattle streets from the Gold Rush days
Foster White Gallery • Gorgeous big gallery with local artists
Smith Tower • Take in sweeping views from the Observation deck + bar
Historic King Street Station • Easily travel south to Portland or north to Vancouver CA
Centurylink Field • Sounders and Seahawks, oh my!
The Seattle Great Wheel • Great mountain views for kids and adults of all ages
Argosy boat to Tillicum Village • Cross the Puget Sound to Blake Island for a historical lesson
Seattle Aquarium • Giant octopus + native seals
Bainbridge Island Ferry • Walk to lunch, the marina and enjoy the Washington State Ferry ride
The International District - Vibrant and flavorful, visit the Wing Luke Museum, Maneki, Lemongrass
Downtown - Check out the Seattle Art Museum, the Pike Place Market or the Space Needle
Elysian Fields Brew Pub
COFFEE & PASTRIES
Spa Noir • Amazing locally owned day spa
5th Avenue Theater • Contemporary plays, concerts and speakers
About Your Couples Carve:
OVERVIEW • TESTIMONIALS • WORKSHOPS & COST • PLAN YOUR VISIT