A wedding website claims that there is one wedding venue in Missouri that is more gorgeous than all the others, and when you look up the venue you'll see why they are right...

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According to weddingrule.com, the most gorgeous wedding venue in the Show-Me State of Missouri is the venue called The Pavillion Event Space in Kansas City, Missouri. In the description for what makes The Pavillion Event Space the most gorgeous wedding venue in Missouri the site says...

" ...home to over 10,000 square feet of newly renovated event areas, 15 genuine Swarovski crystal chandeliers, 40-foot stone trimmed archways, and three distinct spaces available for booking. Their Grand Ballroom is set up to fit 330 seated guests in addition to their 112-foot runway, portable dance floor, catering kitchen, surround sound system..."

When you go to The Pavillion Event Space's website you can see photos that show off the space. On the website, they also describe the different spaces that they actually have available for you to choose from for your wedding including places like their 300 seat grand ballroom, the Jr. Ballroom, the open-air chapel, and even a really beautiful looking antique firetruck garden.

Now this Pavillion isn't the only space that made the list from weddingrule.com, there were spaces on the list that are closer to us here in the Tri-States like in The Coronado, and Bluffs on Broadway both in St. Louis, as well as Stone House in St. Charles, and The Atrium on 10th in Colombia.

Really what I learned from this list is there are a TON of gorgeous wedding venues in Missouri and what makes Missouri so special is that it has such a unique balance of big city and rural locations for weddings.

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