Tower Grove Park Wedding
Do you know Tower Grove Park in St Louis holds weddings, corporate, and private events? They have various sites to choose from including The Piper Palm House, Music Stand, Ruins, and Stupp Center. There are some really unique St Louis wedding venues, and Tower Grove Park is certainly one of them.
If you like indoor wedding, The Piper Palm House is a perfect option. The Piper Palm House is a charming architecture from outside. In the inside, it is clean and elegant. It has stately windows and soaring ceiling, and towering palm trees indoor. If you like outdoor ceremony, Music Stand got you covered. What I like about it is that it is a historic with an interesting look which offers a classic background for any bridal or wedding celebration! Tower Grove Park provides every scenery that you can ask for. You have so many options to choose from for both indoor and outdoor ceremony, unique architectures, a lake, or woodland as your backdrop. Do you know another cool thing about Tower Grove Park? You can arrive your ceremony site before walking down the aisle by a carriage!! There is a stable in the Tower Grove Park, which is maybe 1 mile from the center of the park. You can click here for more info about the carriage ride.
Then now I can't wait to show you Kate and Charlie's wedding photos. The weather was perfect for that day considering we actually had snow a few days before their big day. Kate and Charlie have known each other since high school and they have been dating for 10 years. They both are super laid back couple. Tower Grove Park in St Louis is beautiful in the Fall season. The photos will tell you by themselves. Kate got ready at her parents' house then we headed to the Tower Grove Park for ceremony. But there was one thing Kate forgot before booking the time for the ceremony. She forgot daylight saving time changed. So it was a little dark at that time (or I should say it got dark very quick). As a St Louis wedding photographer( I mean me, haha! ) with years of experience, I love the blue hour and I don't mind the darkness. I believe an experienced photographer needs to handle all the light conditions.
Here are the photos from their fall wedding: