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Price range: $1,500 - $4,000 Price range: $1,500 - $4,000
Reception
$2,000 starting price
Ceremony
$2,000 starting price
Reception
$2,000 starting price
Ceremony
$2,000 starting price

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The Silver Spoon Barn is a brand new venue in the Joplin market, offering 8,500 square feet of shappy chic event space. We can accommodate parties from 5 up to 500+. We offer indoor and outdoor spaces for all of your needs. Feel free to reach out to schedule a tour, learn more, and start planning to bring your wedding dreams to life!

  • Native American-owned
  • Woman-owned
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Frequently asked questions

Do you have a site fee for wedding receptions at your venue?

Yes

What is the starting site fee for wedding receptions during peak season?

$2,000

What is the starting site fee for wedding receptions during off-peak season?

$2,000

Do you have a site fee for wedding ceremonies at your venue?

Yes

What is the starting site fee for wedding ceremonies during peak season?

$2,000

What is the starting site fee for wedding ceremonies during off-peak season?

$2,000

Which of the following are included in starting site fee?

Bridal Suite
Chairs
Parking
Tables
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Sage Sent on 09/26/2018
3.3 out of 5 rating
We had our wedding at the Silver Spoon Barn in August 2018. The venue is beautiful, and I really loved it because it wasn’t as rustic as a lot of the other barn venues in the area. The gravel driveway is a little rough, but I only say that because we insisted on having our low sports car and motorcycle at the wedding. Kamber was friendly, but she’s super busy and it’s sometimes hard to get to the venue (for measurements, planning etc) outside of the average work hours. We tentatively planned our reception dinner the Friday before the wedding several months before the wedding and she told us that if there’s no event that we could do it, but if something came up, we’d have to choose another day. About 3 weeks before the wedding I told her the official time of our rehearsal dinner on Friday and she told me there was a wedding that had the venue for both Friday and Saturday. Okay, I understand that she already gave us a heads up that that could happen, but it would have been nice to know when they booked the Friday rather than 3 weeks before the wedding. We ended up having our dinner at our home, and had to do the rehearsal portion the morning of the wedding, as our wedding party had already made travel plans. A few days before the wedding, we had our rehearsal time and FH and I went just to test our dance and do some last-minute details. We mentioned that we were planning on having lawn games and she told us that we could do that but she’d really like to not have a ton of people on the fresh sod. We decided to move them inside in the ceremony space after, which turned out fine because it was super hot outside and it kept doors shut to keep the cool air in, although it did leave outdoor jenga inside, which got loud at times. Overall it was a good change of plans but it was stressful in the moment. Overall, the barn is beautiful, Kamber is good to work with, and the space provides lots of beautiful photo opportunities.
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