Just when we thought we had seen all the places where folks celebrate weddings we found there are some we were not aware of.
|One of several gazebos. This one with pond and fountain.|
Just two weeks ago we discovered two beautiful places we had never done before: The Missouri History Museum in Forest Park and the Larimore House.
I don't have photos of the History Museum wedding yet but I will share them when I receive them. I wanted to share some photos of the Larimore House, a beautiful venue in Spanish Lake.
Larimore House has several gazebos for outside weddings, plus a house built in the 1800's for staging and and a barn built in the 1860's that has been updated and converted to a chapel and reception facility.
There are ponds, fountains, creeks, bridges and many more perfect photo spots throughout the facility.
|Mr. and Mrs. Johnson's first married kiss|
This was my first wedding at the Larimore House and I must say I was impressed.
Not all of our weddings are in special wedding venues.
We offer full service weddings through Remembrance Weddings (www.remembranceweddings.com) at residences all over the Metro Saint Louis, St. Charles and Southern Illinois. We also offer "short and sweet" weddings at residences through WedXpress (www.wedxpress.com) and elopement packages through EZ-Wed Elopement Service (www.ez-wed.com .)
The same week we did our weddings at Larimore and the Missouri History Museum we did a fun wedding at a residence in south St. Louis County.
|Mr. and Mrs.Smith|
The ceremony was performed under a tent erected in the back yard of a south St. Louis County residence. The bride and bridesmaids looked traditional with the addition of boots.
Groomsmen were decked out in caps, camouflage with their jackets and boots.
Bales of hay and traditional fall decor filled out the decorations.