So you’re an LGBTQ+ couple or ally and you’re planning your wedding in or near St. Louis. As an LGBTQ+ photographer, I know that reaching out to vendors can bring anxiety. When I was planning my own wedding, I would reach out to vendors and be wondering if they would accept me.
I complied a list of amazing St. Louis wedding venues who said, “Yes, we are LGBTQ+ inclusive and would love to be in your guide! We are proud to serve LGBTQ+ couples.”
The Dogwood is a modern, luxe wedding venue with an urban flair. It’s perfect for the refined, sophisticated couple.
Haue Valley is a charming rustic-meets-fairytale venue that is gorgeous inside and out. The grounds are breathtaking. No matter the season, Haue Valley is a gorgeous Missouri wedding venue.
Lost Hill Lake is an outdoor wedding venue situated on 200 acres of picturesque woodlands along the Meramec River. This is a great venue for an intimate elopement at Thinking Rock or huge party in the Walnut Grove.
Verde on Cherokee is an intimate wedding venue nestled in a modern, urban greenhouse. It is located in the heart of St. Louis’ Cherokee Row.
Moulin is a full-service wedding venue offering eight private spaces in the restored Centennial Malt House originally built as part of the Schnaider Brewery in 1876.
NEO on Locust is a gorgeous, loft-style St. Louis wedding venue featuring 20-foot ceilings. This space can be customized to your unique style.
.ZACK, located in the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, is 40,000 square feet and includes a rooftop with a view.
Windows on Washington is an iconic St. Louis wedding venue located downtown. This loft-like venue is unique and modern.
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Wild Carrot is an eclectic St. Louis wedding venue located in the Shaw neighborhood. It features an untraditional layout with lounge spaces.
The Noble is a historic wedding venue in South City St. Louis. This space is perfect for the couple wanting a mix of modern and vintage.