As a St. Louis boudoir photographer, I meet lots of wonderful women with great stories. A lot of these women are soon-to-be married and do their shoots for their soon-to-be husbands. Because I am an STL photographer, I feel I have a wealth of knowledge about the best vendors, such as amazing wedding venues. This post will be my first in a series sharing that knowledge. I want to help all of those STL brides find the best gems that St. Louis has to offer! Our first stop is at a magical wedding venue that is both unique and elegant. Today I’m taking you to The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s in St. Louis, MO.
The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s is a working chocolate factory in the heart of St. Louis. It truly captures the essence of hip modernity, but is still special enough to captivate your guests and keep them talking about your big day long after the fact. Being a chocolate factory, it should come as no surprise delectable chocolate treats are yours for the indulging in! And, trust me, my history in chocolate-eating can vouch for the amazing tastiness of their product. Along with the treats, they have chocolate-infused decor that doesn’t translate visually into something too over-the-top or kitschy. It’s a perfect blend of sweet and chic.
It is one of St. Louis’s newest, most sought-after wedding venues, and once you step inside, it’s easy to see why. With the gorgeous natural light, robust hardwood floors and sparkling chandeliers, you can imagine how well the pictures will turn out! Also, they have a breathtaking skyline view, as well as a beautiful terrace and scenic view of the river. Yes, this place really does have it all! Here’s a little more about what this wedding venue has to offer when you book.
Benefits of Booking
The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s has so many awesome aspects going for it as a St. Louis wedding venue. Along with the cool ambience and the special, different vibe to it, it has many amenities. I love venues that have both an indoor and outdoor space available for utilization. With the ability to have a rooftop wedding, The Caramel Room tops the list as one of my all-time favorite STL wedding venues! I mean, what an awesome concept. But, if you do want to use the outdoor facilities and it happens to rain or snow unexpectedly, their expert staff is always ready with a contingency plan.
Their staff is carefully crafted with workers that are both knowledgeable and extremely competent. They are very much in love with what they do which translates into truly caring and working hard for the customer. The staff want your big day to go flawlessly, just like you do. The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s does have an event planner on staff, but they encourage you to hire a wedding planner. Since they host an impressive 150 weddings a year, you need to make sure to book about 18 months in advance.
They have a max occupancy of 300 guests which is perfect for either an intimate, romantic event, or a larger wedding. As far as food goes, chocolate isn’t the only thing on the menu! Along with a sexy bar on campus, they offer a stunning menu that you and your guests can enjoy.
Not only does the Caramel Room at Bissinger’s in St. Louis, MO serve as a great wedding venue, but it can also be a nice event center for corporate affairs. It would be perfect if you’re tired of the blasé meeting at a hotel or in the back corner of a noisy restaurant.
If you have any doubt of the elegance or the artistic air of this event space or STL wedding venue, I suggest you check it out for yourself! Go ahead and snag yourself some sweet chocolate while there. The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s offers amenities unmatched by anyone in the region, and it’s charming decor and delicious desserts will enchant you and your guests. Make your wedding day the sweetest, most memorable one! Contact The Caramel Room here.
If you’re interested in my services as a St. Louis boudoir photographer, please contact me here! Not sure what that’s all about? Go ahead and check out a previous post of mine to get a good idea.
Tracy Lynn is a boudoir photographer for brides-to-be in the St. Louis area, and a mentor + coach for photographers looking to level up their businesses with better systems and processes.