Excelsior Weddings & Events
Classic Small Weddings, Effortlessly.
Excelsior Weddings & Events offers a stunning location to exchange wedding
vows and celebrate significant moments.
An extraordinary setting at a great value for your money. We are a small
venue offering you two picturesque ceremony areas for 40 people or fewer.
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Begin your journey together with historic charm.
Experiencing Excelsior Weddings & Events is like taking a step back in time. Since opening, it has been a must-see site in Excelsior Springs, MO. Steeped in history and cultural significance, it’s hard to overstate the importance of this Historic Site.
We can provide a full-service, effortless occasion with elegant décor and vendor management. Our venue is a historic building made of limestone with interior brick walls in the main event space called Cappella Bogart. The Hope Loft, with an elegant design, ensures a romantic atmosphere. And a classic chandelier-lit International Wine Café.
Up to 40
Up to 40
The Hope Loft
Up to 40
The Wine Room
All Are Welcome.
From romantic weddings to personal gatherings - we love, love!
An excellent venue for small weddings, bridal showers, and engagement
Casa Di Vite International Wine Cafe is a cozy take on a traditional Wine Bar. Located in the heart of downtown Excelsior Springs, we make sure that if you’re looking for a night of friends and conversation, we’re the only place you’re going to want to be!
From the big band music to the carefully curated list of international wines and bourbons, our incredible staff proudly crafts a unique experience for our guests. Whether on a night out with friends or just trying to quench your thirst, you’re always welcome to spend the evening with us.
Host your cocktail hour in our vintage-styled wine café! We offer international wines or Redline and RY3 bourbon/whiskeys at Casa Di Vite.
Our beautiful" Stone House” was built by Dr. Thomas N. Bogart in 1909. In 1929, Herbert Hope bought the building and built on an addition. Mr. Hope located the same stone mason that had done the work for Dr. Bogart to do the new stone work.