Meet The Gals

The Main Street Abbey team is here to help you every step of the way to make your dream day a reality!

Rachel Brueggeman

Assistant General Manager

Hey There, my name is Rachel! I attended Saint Louis University and graduated with a degree in Hospitality Management. I’ve carried a lot of titles during my career in the hospitality field, but the wedding industry has a special place in my heart. I have executed over three hundred beautiful events in the Saint Louis area – and cried at almost all of them. As an old soul, I love when our clients bring in traditions, old memories, and thoughtful details to their event. When I’m not overseeing operations at Main Street Abbey, you can find me snuggling with my dog Moose, getting competitive during a game of softball, training for a marathon, singing my heart out at country concert, or cheering on the Cardinals. I love meeting new people and I cherish each experience to witness a love story.

Favorite late night snack: Corn Dog

Candace Shepard

Sales Manager

Hey there! I’m Candace, an Illinois gal with some St. Louis flair! My love for working first hand with people lead me to pursue a degree in Hospitality Management from Eastern Illinois University. From there I entered the event industry and never looked back. Interested in the Main Street Abbey? Let me show you around!

Favorite Wedding Trend: Lots and lots of candles…everywhere.

Camille Herring

Event Manager

My name is Camille Herring. I’m an event manager for Main Street Abbey: a dream venue for your perfect day! I am excited to bring my unique perspective and variance from the mainstream typical style to make your event one of a kind. I consider myself determined, task oriented and calm yet enthusiastic. Over a decade of hospitality experience and a degree in Business Administration and Hospitality Management have taught me that no event is like the other, which encourages me in making each experience into a lasting memory. If you need to know anything about me and my personality, it could be summed up perfectly through my favorite TV show: The Office.

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