You don’t need us to remind you that your wedding day is a huge deal. From making a lifelong commitment to the fruition of months of planning, this day is one you’ll never forget. Shouldn’t the day be a reflection of you and your spouse-to-be? If the traditional chapel-and-ballroom combination isn’t your thing, check out these 10 unique LA wedding venues!
The Oviatt Penthouse
Dreaming of a romantic rooftop wedding with the city as your background? The Oviatt Penthouse is your location. This art-deco building in Downtown LA is a perfect pairing of elegance and thrumming city energy.
This 100% solar-powered former smog check shop is the perfect wedding venue for an eccentric bride. The 6,500 foot event spaces has indoor and outdoor space, vertical gardens and greenery, and chic furnishings for a vintage-loving bride. Host up to 150 guests in this unique wedding venue that is anything but traditional at this Culver City venue.
Wilshire Screening Room
The theatre-style room opens to an art gallery space, perfect for those who love drama. With a max capacity of 50 people, the Wilshire Screening Room is a perfect venue for close family and friends. When was the last time you got to munch on popcorn during a wedding?
The Queen Mary
LGBT-Friendly Long Beach Icon, The Queen Mary, is a versatile venue with the glittering Pacific Ocean as a backdrop. Choose from the outdoor Sun Gazebo, Sports Deck, Verandan Deck, or the Private Wedding Chapel for your special occasion, with the Queen Mary’s expert wedding planners on hand to help you with every last detail.
Sports fans, get married in the world famous Dodger Stadium! Choose from the Stadium Club, Dugout Club, or Conference rooms and take your official wedding photos on the field.
If your dream wedding includes traditional venues with a twist, head to the Taglyan Complex. With a 5,000 foot stained glass ceiling and seven teardrop chandeliers, The Taglyan Complex blows all other wedding venues out of the water. Enjoy a fairytale wedding with magical extras you won’t find in a hotel conference room.
The Houdini Estate
Ditch the standard ballroom for an estate filled with secret tunnels, caves, and a deep water tank where Houdini practiced underwater escapes. After some of the original estate was destroyed in the Laurel Canyon fire of 1959, the building was restored and now features modern amenities for your special day. Who doesn’t want a little bit of magic on their wedding day?
L’Cheriyve Studios is a private warehouse that can be transformed into the wedding of your dreams. Rent with or without furniture to personalize your cocktail lounge, dance hall, or intimate ceremony.
The Natural History Museum
Choose between the Grand Foyer, African Mammal Hall, North American Mammal Hall, and the historic Rotunda for a quirky wedding that your guests won’t soon forget at the Natural History Museum. A Tyrannosaurus Rex as your centerpiece is much more interesting than a classic flower bouquet.
The Line LA
The Line LA can host small weddings or celebrations up to 800 people. The unique hotel’s Ten Grand Ballroom can be divided into three different spaces, all with access to an outdoor atrium. An on-site special events team is on hand to make sure the day goes off without a hitch.
If beautiful venues are more your style, you may love one of these 10 beautiful LA wedding venues!