There are endless possibilities when it comes to choosing a wedding venue in Los Angeles. No matter what type of wedding a couple wants to have they will find a place where they can hold it. Wedding related websites and blogs often recommend the most popular Los Angeles wedding venues to couples.
One of these venues is the Los Angeles Athletic Club. The lobby of this venue boasts an elegant wooden interior. The marble floor has been restored, making it even more visually impressive. For more than a century the Athletic Club has been considered a local landmark. It is well known for its rooftop terrace that has been the site of many weddings in the past. During the day couples and their guests have a stunning view of the nearby skyscrapers and at night they can enjoy the view of the stars in the sky and the lights of the city. Couples can also choose to spend their special day taking advantage of the club’s Invention Bar & Lounge, which is equipped to host cocktail hours. An addition to the club’s wedding package that many couples take advantage of is the services of a mixologist for their cocktail hour and/or wedding reception. The Centennial Ballroom is where wedding receptions are generally held at the club.
The Ebell of Los Angeles is another popular wedding venue. The venue’s Art Salon and Lounge provide the perfect locations for a wedding ceremony and reception. Ceremonies held in the lounge can accommodate as many as 250 guests while it can accommodate receptions with no more than 170 guests if a couple chooses to have a dance floor, or 220 guests if they elect not to. Couples can add to their wedding package by paying extra for an executive chef designed custom menu, specialty lighting, valet parking and more.
The Café Pinot also hosts many Los Angeles weddings. Outdoor ceremonies are held under the jacaranda tree on the grounds of the café. Wedding receptions are held close to the venue’s water fountains, which are right outside its restaurant. To get into the restaurant couples and their guests walk through the Garden Patio. When entering the restaurant its glass walls attract attention right away. There are two semi private areas of the restaurant blocked off for wedding receptions. Connecting these two semi private areas is a terrace, which is perfect for outdoor activities such as using wedding sparklers, and another private dining room with a clear wall that gives a stunning view of the café’s property. Guests can be seated at the edge of the terrace, which overlooks the café’s beautiful lawn and fountain.
For a slightly more secluded wedding the Oviatt Penthouse is a popular venue. Its observation deck turned terrace can accommodate cocktail hours for a wedding of no more than 25 guests. Wedding receptions are always catered on site in the venue’s own kitchen.
These are the wedding venues in Los Angeles that couples choose more than any others. They are the best wedding venues L.A. has ever had.