10 Unique St. Louis Wedding Venues
Picture yourself saying “I do” somewhere that’s a little (or completely) out of the norm? You’ll want to take a look at these St. Louis wedding venues.
The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s
One of the most unique St. Louis wedding venues we’ve stumbled upon, this is the perfect spot for the foodie couple to recite their vows. Set atop a chocolate factory, The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s offers both skyline views and culinary adventures to fuel your sweet tooth.
Full of Southern charm and elegance inspired by the French countryside, Le Chateau packs a unique punch. Start with an intimate ceremony by a cozy fireplace, followed by a wild dance party reception with all your family and friends in a wide open ballroom.
Lumen Private Event Space
If a nontraditional wedding is more your thing, look no further than Lumen Private Event Space. Located in the heart of St. Louis, this industrial loft venue provides a wide open space that channels urban chic style.
St. Louis Union Station Hotel
Couples who dream of a traditional ballroom wedding with unique decor will love the sights and sounds of St. Louis Union Station Hotel. Full of history and beautiful high beams, this location stands out from many St. Louis wedding venues.
With its unique architecture and rustic vibe, The Cheshire is the perfect escape from all the city excitement. Ideal for a destination wedding, this venue provides cozy accomodations for all your guests along with a taste of St. Louis history.
Barnett On Washington
After a multi-million dollar renovation, this Spanish Mission style venue opened its doors to host some of the most sophisticated luxury weddings in St. Louis. With its grand staircases, marble arches and antique furniture, all of its events channel a European elegance.
Third Degree Glass Factory
For the creative minds seeking out unique St. Louis wedding venues, it’s hard not to fall in love with the modern decor that fills this event space. Similar to a Unity Ceremony, couples can partake in an interactive Glass Ceremony for some nontraditional nuptials featuring the venue’s colorful glass artwork.
Full of character, this wedding venue adds a little extra throwback charm to any vintage wedding. Enjoy a patio party after your ceremony complete with chic retro decor and plenty of space for dancing all night long.
The Larimore House Plantation
Located north of the city, you’ll discover this historic landmark is a prime spot for a Victorian inspired wedding. With its beautiful landscaping and Italian-inspired buildings, this venue adds unique Southern charm to any rustic wedding.
The Weisert Building & Penthouse
From the outside looking in, you probably wouldn’t guess this historic building houses a chic modern penthouse. Truly a hidden gem, The John Weisert Building Penthouse sits atop a former tobacco factory with incredible views of the St. Louis skyline, perfect for a romantic elopement. For more unique locations, check out these St. Louis wedding venues!