While we know that it’s cold outside, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be focused on planing your spring, summer or early fall event! Looking for an event space can be a daunting task and booking for a rooftop deck can fill up months in advance.
There are so many options, styles and ambiences to choose from when considering where to host your event. Making the correct decision to give your guests the right impression is key to success.
That’s why we wanted to give you a chance to get your event scheduled in time for the warm weather!
Perfect for a moderate, seated dinner party, the Thornhill Rooftop Deck seats up to 40 guests. Moulin has an on-site kitchen run by the same culinary professionals that gave you Vin de Set, Eleven Eleven Mississippi and PW Pizza. You know that your food will be exquisite in taste and elegant in presentation.
If you are looking for a rooftop deck for your reception, the Thornhill will give you one of the most acclaimed and sought after views of downtown St. Louis you can find! The Thornhill Rooftop Deck and the adjacent deck to Vin de Set regularly win awards for the best view of the city! A reception style event on the Thornhill Rooftop Deck will accommodate up to 80 people.
Our rooftop deck lounge seating will be a welcome atmosphere for your guests looking to enjoy the beautiful weather and celebrate in style! Of course, you can always add the Thornhill Rooftop Deck as an added space to your event with one of Moulin’s other available rooms.
Contact Moulin at 314-241-4949 to speak with one of our specialists about your event.
Are you looking for the perfect St. Louis event space to host an upcoming party? We have seven rooms of various sizes making us the perfect space to hold any event, from weddings to corporate meetings and everything in between.
The Chouteau Room: The Ideal Mid-Size St. Louis Event Space
The Chouteau Room is a gorgeous space boasting expansive windows, brick interior, lighted accents and a fantastic oak bar. When set up for a seated dinner, the Chouteau Room seats 135 guests. When set up for a reception it can host up to 235 guests. It can also host as little as 30 guests! This flexibility makes it the ideal St. Louis event space for any mid-size event!
The Centennial Ballroom: The Perfect St. Louis Event Space for Large Parties
The Centennial Ballroom is the largest space in the building. This beautiful ballroom features the original wood floor, a built-in bar and arched windows with a view of the city. These features make our ballroom the quintessential event space for any lover of St. Louis. It also comes with plenty of character, which aids in creating the perfect backdrop for any event. The Centennial ballroom can host as few as 100 and as many as 500 guests.
The Napoleon Room: An Intimate St. Louis Event Space
The Napoleon Room is the smallest room in the venue making it the perfect St. Louis event space for smaller gatherings. It can seat as many as 40 guests for an intimate dinner or entertain up to 100 guests for a lively cocktail hour. It can also be rented with the room adjacent to it, The Lafayette Room. This allows for receptions of up to 200 guests!
Thornhill Rooftop Deck: The St. Louis Event Space With a View
The Thornhill Rooftop Deck offers one of the best views of the St. Louis skyline available. It allows for a seated dinner of up to 40 guests and a reception of up to 80 guests. It is the optimal St. Louis event space for a lifelong St. Louisan or someone looking to host an intimate gathering with a breathtaking city view.
The Jefferson Ballroom: A Tech Friendly St. Louis Event Space
The Jefferson Ballroom is our newest restoration and the perfect St. Louis event space for corporations to stay connected while hosting business gatherings. It offers state-of-the-art conference capabilities such as a high definition 15-foot diagonal widescreen for presentations of all sorts, multi media player, handheld and headset wireless microphones and so much more. It can host up to 200 guests for a seated meal or up to 375 guests in a theatre set up, making it the best place to host your next corporate get together.
The Malt House Cellar: St Louis Event Space for Work and Play
The Malt House Cellar offers two rooms perfect for hosting an intimate gathering of coworkers or friends. The game room can accommodate 25-125 guests and offers two regulation pool tables, dart and shuffleboards, foosball, lounge furniture and a flat screen TV. The Lounge Room can accommodate 30-130 guests and offers a fireplace, steel and timber bar, leather couches, a flat screen TV and audio system. This comfortable and inviting atmosphere makes The Malt House Cellar the premiere St. Louis event space for bachelor parties or a get together of old friends.
Looking for this year’s trends for decorating your wedding event space? We know that the big day is a whirlwind of love, vows and guests. So making sure that your event space looks perfect is a stress you can do away with. That’s why we sat down with Wedding Specialist Ann Jones to get this fall’s event space décor trends.
Less is More in your Event Space
Instead of focusing too hard on tiny details, focus on the overall ambiance of the event space. For example, pay attention to the lighting and fabric designs.
“This pulls the event space together better as opposed to focusing on tiny details on the place settings,” says Jones.
Focusing more on fabric choices, color palettes, lighting and different seating options in order to presents a cohesive overarching ambiance that makes your guests feel at home. It’s important that the minute details you decide to include aid in the overall aesthetic, instead of causing a sense of clutter.
The Easy DIY Wedding
While DIY weddings have a great personalized touch, the stress of getting a wedding together while also hand-making the decorations, can only add to your stress. Jones says that she is noticing this trend start to phase out.
So what’s the new trick to a DIY wedding? Get all of the DIY style with none of the work on Etsy!
“Many brides are finding that Etsy has a plethora of services with the DIY feel that will be professionally created, eliminating the stress factor,” says Jones.
So whether the wedding is next week or next year, knowing how you want your event space to look and feel can be simpler than you think.