St. Louis has many amazing places for you to get married. Whether you are looking for a destination wedding in the River City or are a local looking for an unusual place to tie the knot, you may find it difficult to make a final decision in this city.
Schlafly Tap Room
Originally constructed in 1904, the Schlafly Tap Room offers couples amazing views of the city’s skyline through their 12-foot windows. The historic Club Room in this building listed on the National Registry of Historic Places easily transforms into a wedding venue with seating for up to 225 guests. Create a memorable wedding in this space with its red brick interior walls lending a historical flair to your perfect day.
The Butterfly Garden
Nature-loving couples will want to consider hosting their wedding at the Butterfly Garden. Couples can get married in the outdoor garden overlooking a beautiful reflecting pool located within the Missouri Botanical Gardens. All guests are invited to tour the conservatory housing more than 2,000 butterflies and more than 150 tropical plants making it a perfect ending to your wedding day.
The Magic House
The iconic Magic House has been a favorite place to visit for many people in St. Louis since 1979. This 50,000-square-foot interactive museum offers both indoor and outdoor wedding venues, making it the perfect spot to host a wedding, regardless of the weather. Guests can create their own artwork in the studio, helping them to remember this fabulous occurrence. Brides love making an entrance down the magnificent grand staircase in the Grand Hall located inside the 1,000-square-foot glass conservatory.
Peabody Opera House
The Peabody Opera House is one of the most popular wedding venues in the United States. Couples can choose to host their wedding in one of two ballrooms, in the Grand Lobby or in the main theater. Originally opening in 1934, this historic venue is famous for its Rat Pack history, making it a fun setting for a themed wedding.
Centene Center for the Arts
The rooftop terrace at the Centene Center for the Arts makes a wonderful wedding venue. The glazed terracotta façade creates the perfect background. Alternatively, couples can choose to have their wedding inside the Rialto, with its elaborate ironwork and Italian marble.
The Science Center
Hosting a wedding under the stars in St. Louis may seem like an impossible feat unless you consider The Science Center. The James S. McDonnell Planetarium allows couples to be married under 9,000 stars in the room seating up to 450 special guests. Alternatively, consider hosting your wedding at the Bridge spanning Interstate 40 and 64, allowing everybody driving on this major road to attend your wedding festivities.
Regardless of where you choose to hold your wedding, make sure to care properly for your wedding guests by using our limousine service in St. Louis. Our professional chauffeurs will gladly arrange to meet out-of-town guests at the airport catering to their needs throughout the ride. Our St. Louis airport shuttle allows everyone to arrive at your special day in a memorable way, adding to the fun of the wedding.
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