On April 22, 2018, we were invited to The Venue at Maison Du Lac’s “Hard Hat Grand Opening.” We had such a wonderful time working with the venue and the different vendors who were helping with the photoshoot! We thought it would be fun to share the photos and vendors with you all!

The Venue at Maison Du Lac

“The Venue at Maison Du Lac is a brand new, modern venue with a charming twist, netsled in the rolling hills, just outside of St. Louis. Enjoy the simplicity and natural elegance of the countryside with modern amenities.”

 

Location Details:

  • 7,000 sq foot modern venue with seating for up to 350 guests
  • Spacious bridal suite and separate groom’s lounge in the charming 19th century stone house
  • Panoramic lakeside views from the venue
  • Private property boasting 20 acres of lush greenery
  • Outdoor area for cocktail hour
  • Located 15 minutes outside of Eureka in Catawissa, MO
  • Indoor/Outdoor and lakeside ceremony locations
  • Ample parking

Rachel Myer’s Photography

“Charlie and I have been shooting weddings for over 6 years now. We love every. Single. Minute! Our main focus is to be visual storytellers. A wedding day can go by so fast and you really want someone who is passionate about capturing every detail. We are always seeking clients who have a fierce love for each other and enjoy less traditional posed photos. Our style may not be for everyone and that’s ok. Just like finding the perfect partner in life, you want to choose a photographer whose work you love, but also someone who you actually enjoy being around.”

An Affair to Remember

“For over eight years, the award-winning team at An Affair to Remember has been helping clients attain the wedding of their dreams. With a focus on comprehensive design and our big-picture approach, our team’s attention to detail is only matched by our unparalleled customer service and dedication to each client. Without a doubt, the wedding and event industry is fast-paced and naturally stressful, but the passion we have for our work and the joy we get from being a part of such a special day for so many makes this “job” better than most. It’s with gratitude and privilege we get to do what we do.”

Salon Antebellum

“Salon Antebellum [is] located in Lamplighter Square in Saint Louis County. The ambiance of culture and history found in Salon Antebellum is a true experience that makes you feel the unique culture and structure found right here in St. Louis. Salon Antebellum was built from architectural salvage found in St. Louis, handpicked and refinished by the owner, Kelly Bileddo. Kelly has always been fascinated with the beauty found in dated furnishings and buildings throughout the city. The curves and beauty in historic buildings downtown and the decal in old wood furnishings was the inspiration for designing Salon Antebellum, while the history of St. Louis’ culture helped shape the unique atmosphere it withholds. Such shapes in the hair are much like those found in surrounding architecture. Where one would find something old and ill fitting, Kelly would find beauty and purpose. Salon Antebellum is an environmentally friendly salon; we strive to be green to the best of our ability so that we can survive for many decades to come.”

“. . . We focus on artistry and passion for your hair. Our artists on staff are trained to utilize skills and up-to-date techniques to create a shape of structure for your hair by promoting the countour of your head shape and focusing on the continual therapy for your hair.”