Updated: Mar 20
If you’re wanting a venue in the heart of Columbia, Missouri that is versatile and can accommodate your wildest dreams for your wedding, The Atrium on Tenth is the place for you. Whether you want to go for a boho vibe, a fun disco theme, or stick with the classic black tie elegant look, The Atrium can be adapted to your vision and look as though it was strictly made for your day.
The Atrium offers round, rectangle, dessert, cocktail, and catering sized tables with their signature gold chiavari chairs. The venue also has accessible ceilings for any light, floral, or drapery installations that your heart may crave for. For additional privacy with the glass walls, the venue also has velvet curtains that can be left open or closed depending on your preference.
The Atrium on Tenth has 2 main rooms for weddings: The Great Room and The Lower Atrium, each one with its own full service bar. The Great Room has a capacity for up to 350 wedding guests. The Lower Atrium has a maximum capacity of 120 wedding guests.
Since The Atrium is located in downtown Columbia, parking is a big question. Luckily, Columbia has a wide range of parking spaces available, whether it be street parking or in a parking garage. A great alternative is ubering to and from, which is the responsible thing anyway if you’re planning on getting TURNT.
The full venue rental of the Atrium is $6,000. This includes access to both The Great Room and The Lower Atrium from 9am-11:59pm on the day of your choosing. This also includes tablecloths, napkins, buffet table, gift and guest book table, DJ table, head table, and a cake table.
If you would like to get ready on site, The Atrium has a suite that can be rented for $300. Other popular add-ons include: bar packages, decorating services, in-house decorations, coordination and design services, place settings, rehearsal dinner rentals, and services to flip the rooms from ceremony to reception.
We try to keep our blog posts as up-to-date as possible but pricing is subject to change at the discretion of the venue. Please visit The Atrium’s website for more details or to book a tour.
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