With wedding season on the horizon, nuptials are on the minds of many. Planning a wedding in St. Louis? Downtown offers a variety of one-of-a-kind venues for couples with any aesthetic. (And all are merely minutes from the Gateway Arch and Busch Stadium, a.k.a the iconic locations of those wedding photos you know you’ve sent your photographer as inspiration.) Check out these five unique spaces and finally cross “find venue” off your wedding to-do list.
Go Glam at the Peabody Opera House
Looking for timeless elegance? The Peabody Opera House is the perfect wedding venue for you. The ballrooms, grand lobby and main stage are all available for private events, meaning the hardest decision you’ll make is picking the room at this show-stopping venue.
Enjoy the Fresh Air at Old Post Office Plaza
Get married outside with an urban garden backdrop at the Old Post Office Plaza. With 30,000 square feet of open-air space available for rent, this location can hold a variety of event sizes and styles, all while providing the natural light photographers love.
Surround Yourself with Contemporary Art at Randall Gallery
For the modern couple, a wedding at Randall Gallery means color and clean lines. Frame your wedding with contemporary artwork at this gallery-turned-venue, and utilize the unique floor plan for tasty food stations that keep guests entertained and engaged.
Cheers to Marriage at The Schlafly Tap Room
Showcase your love for beer at The Club Room at The Schlafly Tap Room. This private events space features rustic wood beams and stunning exposed brick surrounding the massive 12-foot windows. And did we mention the bar was pretty great?
Keep Things Fun at City Museum
Lighthearted love birds may find the perfect nuptials location at St. Louis’ hit destination, City Museum. Four event spaces are available, ranging from the rustic Cabin Inn to the luxurious Vault Room. A fun wedding leads to a fun marriage, right?
Make a Statement at Windows on Washington
Love bits and pieces of all of these venues? Try Windows on Washington, where glitz and glam merge with industrial details and soaring windows. Guests can even utilize the Windows on Washington shuttle, which transports them from the parking lot to the event and back to their car or some Downtown hotels.