The 10 Best Places to Get Married in St. Louis
Calling all Cardinals fans, city enthusiasts and Southern Belles – these St. Louis wedding venues are just for you.
Modern meets traditional style at this St. Louis wedding venue, Le Chateau. It’s spacious, making it ideal for larger events, though its cozy fireplace and industrial-style loft vibe makes for a more intimate ceremony. With its vaulted ceilings and large ballroom space perfect for receptions, this spot channels a little French inspired style too.
The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s
There’s more to this wedding venue than just beautiful scenery and chic spaces. Start with an outdoor ceremony on the terrace overlooking the St. Louis skyline and river before taking your party indoors for a reception. Among the romantic glow of elegant chandeliers, everyone will enjoy the scents of this venue’s specialty sweets – the best part about The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s might just be that it’s within a working chocolate factory. All we can say is “YUM!” (and we certainly wouldn’t mind an invite, either).
Lumen Private Event Space
We love to see how the most historic buildings can be transformed into beautiful modern venues just like Lumen Private Event Space. Within this loft-styled interior lies an amazing hub for entertaining your wedding guests, from the stainless steel cocktail bar to state-of-the-art lighting and audio. Talk about a lively reception space, right? And for the benefit of your wedding photos, this venue isn’t short of natural light with its floor-to-ceiling windows.
Magnolia Hotel St. Louis
If you’re planning on most of your wedding guests visiting from out of town, you’ll want a wedding venue that provides all accommodations for guests. After all, find comfortable hotels and transportation for guests on top of planning your decorations can be stressful. Located in the heart of downtown, the Magnolia Hotel St. Louis offers a comfortable location to host your wedding events and guests. As a bonus, it’s located near the Washington Avenue Historic District for a little city exploring.
Maybe you two got engaged at a Cardinals game. Maybe you just want a more modern “cathedral,” or maybe both of those options inspire your wedding vision. From baseball to beer and hot dogs, Busch Stadium is full of American pasttimes. Why not add saying “I do” at home plate to those traditions? With access to the dugout and warning track, you’re guaranteed to have some killer wedding photos. For the true baseball fanatics, you even have the option for scoreboard usage during your ceremony.
Some couples dream of a celebration larger than one of Jay Gatsby’s parties and if that’s the case with you two, look no further. With luxe ballroom settings and glitzy details, this St. Louis wedding venue offers plenty of spaces ideal for Art Deco weddings. But one of the most unique aspects about this venue includes a rich story. With its beautiful terazzo floors and century-inspired decor, the main ballroom of the Coronado was constructed specifically for a celebration of Charles Lindbergh’s return and now remains the site of some gorgeous, elegant events.
Jim Edmonds Space 15
If you can’t stand the hustle and bustle of city life, this might just be the wedding venue for you – plus, it’s pretty well known for its amazing catering. As a more low key event venue, Jim Edmonds Space 15 offers a more intimate space just two blocks north of St. Louis Union Station. And at the end of the day, you and your guests will definitely be satisfied with this chic venue and it’s incredible menu.
Public Media Commons
From museums to art galleries, less traditional wedding venues are definitely growing in popularity and give weddings the option of more unconventional style. If that’s your style, consider Public Media Commons for a modern celebration. With its high-end audiovisual displays and open-air environment, this setting is just as grand as a ballroom with a more contemporary vibe.
Mad Art Gallery
As the former 3rd District Police Station built in 1937, this building now houses a modern-meets-vintage event space. Located in St. Louis’ Soulard neighborhood, Mad Art Gallery flaunts terazzo floors, marble hallways and a cocktail bar that all channel Art Deco style. If something more traditional fits your idea of a dream wedding, the venue also features a charming courtyard with a brick fireplace and gorgeous vines at the altar.
Provincial House Chapel at University of Missouri – St. Louis
With its marble floors and wooden archways, the University of Missouri-St. Louis offers the perfect venue for a more traditional ceremony. But it’s the story behind the architecture and design of the Provincial House Chapel that makes this place so charming for a formal wedding. Built in 1916, the Romanesque columns, hammer beam ceiling and towering windows of this St. Louis wedding venue channel Gothic design. If that sounds intriguing, you can host your rehearsal dinner in the Provincial Museum, too. Looking for more St. Louis wedding venues? Start here.