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Wedding or Event Venues in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS, MO: (STL.News) – St. Louis offers a great variety of wedding and event venues, some of the most notable are as follows.

Barnett On Washington

The Barnett On Washington offers a traditional Spanish mission-style with the historical space built in the 1920s by architect, Tom Barnett. Exquisitely elegant, the Barnett features large red-carpet staircases, a bridal lounge, an outdoor patio and so much more.  The venue has been used for weddings and corporate events, both of which looked amazing.  The Barnett On Washington is located at 3207 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103.


Lumen offers an elegant industrial design that lends its style more towards a contemporary feel, making any event instantly upscale.  The unique space is suitable for anything ranging from a full-day seminar to a bridal show. Versatile and chic, Lumen is located at 2201 Locust Street, St. Louis, MO 63103.

Moulin Events and Meetings

Moulin’s refurbished space of exposed brick and wood floors adds a warmth and charm to the historical events building.  Full of character, Moulin has been host to a variety of weddings, conferences and business meetings. Moulin Events and Meetings is located at 2017 Chouteau Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63104.

Third Degree Glass Factory

Not your typical choice for a wedding reception or event space, Third Degree Glass Factory has become the pick for just that as something different than the usual.  The venue is primarily a gallery/venue space featuring a large glass blowing workshop.  Weddings can feature a glass blowing demo for entertainment, which many rave about. The event venue is located at 5200 Delmar Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63108.

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