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  • Writer's pictureElena Bespoke

5 Stunning Garden Wedding Venues in Kansas City

There are no shortages of wedding venues In Kansas City, big or small. But for that couple looking to host a nature-filled outdoor wedding, garden wedding venues are one of the best options. That’s why we’ve put together a list of five stunning garden wedding venues in Kansas City that we love.

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What better place for a garden wedding than an actual botanical garden? Powell Gardens offers several wedding spots. Their most popular spot is the Fountain Garden located next to a 42-foot fountain surrounded by a beautiful array of flowers. The Fountain Garden can hold up to 150 guests.

Another spot in the gardens is the Marlese Lowe Gourley Island Garden. This space is better used for small weddings since it can only hold 35 guests. It’s not available all year long and is difficult to book, but it’s perfect for a small ceremony at a decent price.

Powell Gardens also offers a spot called the Missouri Barn. This barn overlooks a huge assortment of crops and can hold up to 200 guests. It’s good for rainy days and large gatherings.

Garden Wedding Venues

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If you’re looking for something a bit more modern Magnolia Events has the right space for you. The Magnolia Venue & Urban Garden is made up of two spaces put together. 6,000 square feet of indoor space connected to a 4,000 square foot outdoor garden. It’s a great place to hold the wedding and the reception.

This space can hold up to 250 guests both indoors and outdoors with seating. The place is very chic and modern, though more pricey than other garden spaces coming in at $5,000.

Garden Wedding Venues

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The Pavilion Event Space doesn’t sound like a typical garden venue and that’s because it isn’t. Their outdoor space is an open-air chapel. Its stunning views overlook the surrounding gardens and can be used as traditional or modern space.

Lighting and sound are provided and the space can be used at night as well. As one of the larger venues on this list, it can accommodate up to 300 guests. The colors of the lights can be adjusted to fit any wedding theme.

This large space does come with a slightly higher price tag. Starting at $4,200, this garden wedding venue in Kansas City is worth every penny.

Garden Wedding Venues

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If you want an all-inclusive venue then look no further than Faulkner’s Ranch. They have a stunning garden for your wedding ceremony and a beautiful barn to hold the reception in. The venue can host up to 200 guests and can include catering, bonfires, photo booths, an open bar, lawn games, and a private bridal suite.

With all the amenities available to couples, we highly recommend this venue for a garden wedding.

Garden Wedding Venues

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Slightly smaller than some of the other venues on our list, this stunning property is perfect for intimate weddings. The one-acre botanical garden is beautiful with its foliage and has a 23-foot waterfall backdrop. Just imagine your wedding photos!

The venue also offers a space for the reception, Palm House, which is elegant and chic.

The rental fee for the venue will vary according to your wedding party size, which also makes it perfect for smaller weddings.

Conclusion: Garden Wedding Venues

Whether you’re looking for a small space or a large one, Kansas City has a lot to offer when it comes to garden wedding venues. With fountains, waterfalls, and light shows there are plenty of options to choose from. If you’re looking for inspiration or have a specific request in mind, contact me to learn more about our top recommended venues in Kansas City.

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