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Several areas of the Saint Louis Art Museum are available to use as a venue, including the Sculpture Hall (pictured). Guests can enjoy private, docent-led tours during the cocktail hour, giving them a special viewing of the galleries after-hours.
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The concrete, stainless-steel mesh walls, floor-to-ceiling windows, courtyard terrace and dynamic array of ever-changing contemporary art exhibits make the Contemporary Art Museum an effortlessly modern setting for couples in-the-know.
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Weddings at the Missouri History Museum’s gorgeous MacDermott Grand Hall are taken to new heights, as the newlyweds and their guests celebrate under a replica of Charles Lindbergh’s plane, Spirit of St. Louis, built in 1928. The Museum has spectacular views of Forest Park and stunning Classical Revival architecture to make each event unforgettable.
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The Fabulous Fox Theatre offers the Grand Staircase (pictured), as one of several settings for lavish nuptials. Guests can enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime experience of stepping behind the curtain and dining center-stage, and the wedding party can even opt to use ‘star’ and ‘chorus’ dressing rooms backstage.
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The Sheldon can host every element of a wedding, from start to finish. Couples can hold intimate ceremonies on stage in the Concert Hall, before enjoying cocktails and hors d’oeuvres surrounded by gorgeous art in the galleries and Atrium, followed by dinner and dancing in the Ballroom.
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The classic features and unique ceiling in The Chase Park Plaza’s Khorassan Ballroom makes wedding guests feel as though they’re under the stars. Booking the Khorassan includes the extra perk of having a personalized message on the hotel’s classic marquee, making it a great backdrop for photos.
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The Saint Louis Club Ballroom recently has been renovated to include a soft color palette of creams and grays to complement any wedding, as well as 17-foot ceilings and new furnishings, draperies and flooring. The Ballroom also offers one of the best panoramic views of St. Louis; and on most days, the Gateway Arch and downtown skyline are highly visible.
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What’s more ‘St. Louis’ than getting married with the Arch in the background? The outdoor terrace at Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis provides just that, plus diverse menus, an in-house pastry chef and an on-site spa for all of a bride’s and groom’s big-day needs.
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Monsanto Hall at the Missouri Botanical Garden (pictured), offers a bright, crisp atmosphere. Couples also can choose the Spink Pavillion for a fun outdoor venue. The bride and groom receive a basic 1-year membership to the Garden, and, along with their guests, are free to explore its 79 acres.
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Breathtaking views and beautiful landscaping at The Gardens at Malmaison and The Studio Inn at St. Albans provide a destination-wedding feel without leaving St. Louis. Renovations will be completed in September; the venue will include four luxury bed-and-breakfast cottages and a large pavilion.
Posted: Thursday, July 31, 2014 12:00 pm
Updated: 12:09 pm, Thu Jul 31, 2014.
Goin’ to the chapel, and we’re gonna get married—but wait. Does it have to be a chapel? Today’s weddings and receptions no longer are confined to the four walls of a church, synagogue or banquet hall, but held at a variety of magnificent locations around the area. These venues treat couples and their guests to stunning views, hints of nature, modern art and more to celebrate tying the knot.
Thursday, July 31, 2014 12:00 pm.
Updated: 12:09 pm.