Wedding Season



This past weekend we hosted a beautiful wedding for a customer with extravagant

beautiful colors and wonderful food.  We appreciate our customers for letting us help them

have their dream wedding.

We Do Class Reunions


Just recently we had the honor of hosting Waynesville High School Reunion Class of 84.

What a amazing time they had.

Cultural Celebrations


Want to celebrate differently than others, bring out what you grew up in, want to have a huge and diverse party from a different continent  which is home to literally thousands of cultures and languages. Why not celebrate the cradle of humanity with a party that involves people of all ages and backgrounds? Not only will it make for a great party, but your guests might learn a few things as well!

Cakes at Events


With each new generation of people more weddings and party traditions are changed or lost to fit the modern event. Fashion, décor, music, and even etiquette trends evolve forming a whole new image of the “ideal” party. Regardless of the change, there is one event tradition that has yet to fall out of popularity- the cake! Traditionally a sign of good luck to the couple, or the important person of the party the  cake remains a popular feature at many events.



Wedding Planning



 Now that summer is here which signals that wedding season is upon us once again.  Summer is the most popular season for wedding planning, so it would seem that now is the perfect time to discuss ways in which couples can put their own personal stamp on their big day. As much as things have changed over the years, traditions do still hold sway over our most cherished institution. This is particularly true of weddings. But times do change, and these days it is perfectly acceptable, even expected, that couples will look for ways to make their wedding experience unique both for themselves and for their friends and families.

Business Planning

business plan

Do you have a business venture you would like to establish? Amidst the fun and frivolity, strong business connections can be forged and new opportunities can be created. Throwing a stylish party may, at first, seem intimidating. But never fear!!!  With a bit of know-how, solid planning, you too can stage a gala event that will help lift your business or organization into a new arena. Three basic factors will guide your choice of venue – budget, number of guests, and the style or theme of your party.


Bring new life in your upcoming business!! Let us host!


When planning a business event, there are a lot of hurdles to overcome considering you want to ensure that the event itself is productive and precise planning, but you also want your guests and attendees to be fortified and excited by the day’s activities, Meetings and presentations by day, a break for a rather routine lunch or dinner service.

 New technology permeates every level of society, which that same new technology is also changing the way business events are staged and executed. No business event is complete without refreshments; new trends in food and food service are changing the way that corporate events are catered. We would love to assist you with your event needs. Won’t you join us and be a part of The Village.


 228 Old Rte. 66 St. Robert, MO 65584


The 1st Girls Glow 5k Run/Walk

glow run


 Register individually or grab some friends and register as a team. Registration for The 1st Girls Glow 5K Run/Walk  – St.Robert is now OPEN! We anticipate this race to fill quickly so be sure to reserve your spot by registering early. You don’t want to miss this event!!! Some of the  proceeds to benefit Laquey Elementary Snack in a Pack Program


Date: Friday, June 6,2014

Location of starting point: The Village

Time: 8:15pm for registration         Run/Walk 9:00 pm-11 pm


Payment: Cash, Check, Credit Card, Money Order

Race Fee: Youth(No Shirt): $5           Youth(w/Shirt):$15

Adult( No Shirt):$ 10           Adult(w/Shirt):$20

2xl,3xl Adults(w/Shirt):$25


The Village at St.Robert

228 Old Route 66

St.Robert, Mo 65584


Book your event with us today!!!

Here at The Village at St. Robert, we provide a beautiful setting for your next event or meeting. when you combine the flexibility of our interior facility you discover the hidden gem which is The Village! based around your event goals and objectives, we create an indoor event to wow even your most skeptical guest… We have the space, equipment, and talent to put your event planning at ease. Here at The Village,  we offer exceptional planning skills and our staff is uniquely qualified to foresee and nullify any issue which may arise. 

There has never been a better time to book your event with The Village at St. Robert, event specialist are ready and waiting to help you plan your next spectacular event!!!!! 

The village at St. Robert

village 66                 228 Old Rte. 66 St. Robert, MO 65584

(573)336-3435  Stephanie Boyd, Owner



Winter Wedding Excitement Begins!

Winter Wedding Ideas and Tips

Winter weddings are a type all their own. With a chill in the air and snow on the ground, winter weddings are exquisite and unique. If you have booked your Metro Atlanta wedding for the months of December through February, take advantage of this great season! Everything from invitations, decorations and favors can offer a winter or holiday feel. Enjoy these winter wedding tips from Rosabelle Manor.

Perhaps one of the easiest choices you will make when planning your wedding, you sould coordinate your colors to the season that surrounds your wedding date. Use dark blues, airy silvers, white or cream and golds to bring out a chilly winter feel. The use of snowflakes and glitter is also totally acceptable – create your own winter wonderland!

Carry your wedding colors into your decorations to tie your wedding coordinating together. As opposed to the typical flower centerpieces on tables, consider using vases and bowls to incorporate classic winter decorations. Fill a vase with cranberries or glittery white tree branches, a bowl with round Christmas ornaments that match your wedding colors, or center white poinsettias on the tables. White Christmas lights and crystals also make excellent decorations during this time of year.

Winter time limits your flower choices. Your color scheme will have a major impact on your flower selection, so choose wisely during this time. For a silver or white wedding incorporate white holly branches or silver-dollar eucalyptus. Roses and tulips will be in season, pair them with holly or pine greenery for a Christmas-time bouquet.

This time of year offers many different varieties of seasonal gifts. If you celebrate Christmas, a unique and beautiful ornament makes for a great wedding favor. Tins of hot chocolate mix with marshmallows or chocolate candy with a personalized wrapper with a winter theme also make for clever favors. Snow globes, holiday candy jars and winter candles (think snowflakes, pinecones, white, red and silver) are other great ideas.

Your wedding menu should reflect you and your spouse’s taste in food. Among your favorite dishes, serve some winter staples. Soups such as butternut squash, pumpkin, or corn chowder make an excellent palate warmer and give your guests a cozy feel. Comfort foods will be your best bet during the chilly winter months, so select foods that are in season and remind you of the holidays. Serve hot chocolate, spiced wine and eggnog among your beverage selection and consider decorating your cake in a snowflake or winter theme to top it all off.