Allow me to present to you 22 Los Angeles wedding venues for 2022. For you, my newly engaged couples of Los Angeles!

You may be wondering where on earth to start looking for a cool wedding venue, or you may have some feelers out. Whatever stage you are at in your planning journey, I hope this list is of help to you!

I’ve compiled a list of the best Los Angeles wedding venues. It is purely a coincidence that there are 22! I really wanted to add The Nomad Hotel but it sadly remains closed. 

These wedding venues are all gorgeous in a variety of ways. Whatever you are looking for in a wedding venue, you will find it here. All locations are in Los Angeles, and I’ve popped them in alphabetical order for you.

Ace Hotel Theatre


Location: Fashion District

Guests: Up to 200

What’s really cool: The massive three-story grand lobby.

The first on the list is an offbeat choice but a perfect Los Angeles wedding venue, in my opinion. Enjoy your day in this awe-inspiring 1920s Spanish Gothic movie-palace. This delicately restored, 1,600-seat theatre is the perfect venue for the couple inspired by old-world Hollywood history.

Originated by Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin, the theatre will even put your names on the marquee outside.

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Adamson House


Location: Malibu

Guests: Up to 200

What’s really cool: For a fee, you can arrange an open house tour of Adamson House for you and your guests.

This beautiful oceanfront property smells divine. You have five acres to play with: the sycamore lawn, the front courtyard, and the rear lawn by the star fountain. All events are held outdoors, not inside Adamson House.  

This place is breathtaking. Your out-of-town guests will be thanking you for years.

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Avalon Hotel


Location: Beverly Hills

Guests: Up to 250

What’s really cool: You’ll feel like you’re in the sixties. It’s retro and beautiful.

I can’t think about this venue without Avalon by Roxy Music popping into my head.

This is a mid-century boutique hotel, with a great restaurant Viviane onsite AND poolside cabanas. Hire the penthouse terrace (up to 30 guests) or the entire restaurant.

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Carondelet House


Location: DTLA

Guests: Up to 150

What’s really cool: The cozy, stylish Den and the blush paradise Bridal Suite.

This stunning 1928 property was originally built as an Italian Villa. With expansive rooms, high ceilings and exposed brick walls, this is one of the most unique wedding venues available in Los Angeles.

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Cielo Farms


Location: Malibu

Guests: Up to 200

What’s really cool: You and your guests will feel like you’re in Tuscany.

Cielo Farms is a rustic wedding venue in the rolling hills of Malibu. Surrounded by vineyards, twinkle lights for days and views upon views. It’s the perfect venue for couples wanting the Italian feel in California.

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The Ebell of Long Beach


Location: Long Beach

Guests: Up to 200

What’s really cool: The amazing tiled floor.

Built by the philanthropic Ebell sisters in 1924, the Ebell has long been a historic landmark of Long Beach and a popular event and wedding destination in Southern California. 

There are endless possibilities in the fully furnished, stately rooms of the historic Mediterranean-style property that include – a sky-lit Courtyard, a beautifully furnished Library Room, an exquisite Grand Ballroom, a commercial catering kitchen and a large private guest suite.

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Fig House


Location: Highland Park

Guests: Up to 250

What’s really cool: Designed by Emily Henderson, The Fig House is the first venue project by Steve Fortunato of The Hospitality Collective & roomforty.

The venue is a contemporary spin on art-deco with a nod to the rich history of Highland Park. The stained glass windows are a tribute to Hollywood glamour, and the paint and wallpaper (Farrow & Ball) exhibit bold, rich colors that contribute to the design. If colour is your bag, then The Fig House is made for you.

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Grass Room


Location: Arts District

Guests: Up to 200

What’s really cool: The Grass Room is a green space. Their mission is to limit environmental impact.

This is one of a series of outstanding venues by the Marvimon group. They take old buildings & bring them new life with unique details. 

Grass Room is spectacular. A secret jungle, handmade copper bar, triangular doors, set on floors of reclaimed brick, salvaged from the original structure. The surrounding gardens wouldn’t be out of place in a Dr. Seuss storybook. All of this lies beneath a soaring 35-foot greenhouse roof with retractable shades and levered windows.

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Location: Arts District

Guests: Up to 175

What’s really cool: A unique pre-war warehouse, it still has its original electric boxes, fire-door barn door, and metal fittings.

Pronounced “honeypot”, this all white industrial space is perfect if you want to completely customize your wedding. You can open up the garage door at HNYPT and let the natural light in. The venue has high ceilings, rafters, and a gorgeous exposed brick wall.

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The Houdini Estate


Location: Hollywood

Guests: Up to 1000

What’s really cool: The Houdini Estate still has its caves, hidden tunnels, terraced gardens, and a deep-water tank where Harry Houdini reportedly practiced his underwater escapes.

The Houdini Estate is perfect for grand gatherings, and can happily accommodate up to 1,000 guests. There is also onsite parking for 80 cars. The mansion can comfortably sleep eight people, although sofas and roll-away beds are available for larger parties, so you can really have a blast. I’m thinking this place is perfect if you’re thinking of Gatsby-era parties. After all, Houdini’s wife, Bess, gave a famous party for 500 magicians there! 

The beautiful grounds include romantic gazebos, canyon views, a landscaped lawn, and plenty of private gardens. Stunning photo backdrops can be found near the waterfall and natural spring pond.

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Hudson Loft


Location: DTLA

Guests: Up to 200

What’s really cool: The 14,000 sq ft rooftop with panoramic views of the city.

Hudson Loft is a photo, film, and event space, located in the South Park district of DTLA. It actually used to be a Hudson car dealership in the 1930s.

It’s the perfect blank space of a loft. Known for its bare walls, columns and huge windows, you have so many options its unreal. They have getting ready spaces, prep rooms and stunning views from the rooftop. The huge freight elevator you can drive your car into and out – how’s that for a grand exit?

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Kim Sing Theatre


Location: DTLA

Guests: Up to 150

What’s really cool: Kim Sing Theatre has been celebrated for being one of LA’s most interesting venues and respected for its achievement in architecture and design.

In 1926, the venue opened as a vaudeville house and theatre. In the 1960s, the theatre was renamed the Kim Sing Theatre when it transitioned into a single film movie theatre where many locals enjoyed watching Kung Fu films.

During its renovation, the historic venue retained many of its original features. Keep an eye out for the bow truss ceilings and neon theatre sign. The area where the old theatre was located has been transformed into a large, open space, which is the ideal setting for an intimate outdoor wedding ceremony.

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Lombardi House


Location: Hollywood

Guests: Up to 250

What’s really cool: Lombardi House was known among the 1940s Hollywood elite for the hospitality and discretion of its owners who entertained with great style and aplomb.

Lombardi House is a fully restored Victorian-style farmhouse in the heart of Hollywood. Also known as ‘the white wedding house’, you can rent out the entire property for the whole weekend. With a venue as beautiful as this, you are not going to want to leave! 

It offers four newly renovated guest suites, and can comfortably sleep up to 28 guests. The entire property is fully gated, enclosed for privacy and offers secure, onsite parking. The original stable and barn, refurbished with 35-foot vaulted ceilings, is the perfect indoor-outdoor transitional event space.

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Los Angeles Athletic Club


Location: DTLA

Guests: Up to 250

What’s really cool: The palm wallpaper and the epic downtown views do it for me.

This is one of my favourite wedding venues in Los Angeles. You can get married on the rooftop, with its epic views of downtown Los Angeles. The venue’s Centennial Ballroom and connecting Olympic Lounge gives the feeling of an old world, classic private club adorned with rich wood paneling, chandeliers, and timeless art. 

The Invention Bar is the ideal place to host an after party, and the on-site hotel is only an elevator ride away. Everything is customized, you can create your own menu and the coordinators there are out of this world.

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Location: Arts District

Guests: Up to 175

What’s really cool: Everything about this venue is cool. The magic gardens, and the dramatically oversized glass overhead doors are ace.

Millwick is from the same team behind the Grass Room, Marvimon. This eco-friendly urban oasis is located in an 80-year-old formerly abandoned building. It now features indoor and outdoor gardens where party goers can mix and mingle in a gorgeous and green environment. It really is like an urban jungle. The area around the venue provides so many opportunities for portraits, including the parking garage over the street with the epic city views.

Millwick’s amenities include use of the cinema screen and projector, DJ-ready sound system, private bridal suite, private outdoor patio and bar, indoor and outdoor gardens, casual lounge furniture, hand-crafted wood tables and chairs for up to 150 guests.

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Natural History Museum


Location: Exposition Park

Guests: 150-400 depending on location

What’s really cool: You could get married in front of dueling dinosaurs.

Does it get any cooler? For couples who want the antithesis of a golf club wedding, this is for you. You can dance among the dinosaurs, dine on the African Savanna or just marvel at the beautiful architecture. 

There are multiple locations at the Natural History Museum to choose from, both inside and out. They also have a sister property, La Brea Tar Pits in Hancock Park. Your guests will be surrounded by mammoths, saber-toothed cats, dire wolves, giant sloths, and more as they are transported back to Ice Age L.A.

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Ruby Street


Location: Highland Park

Guests: 175

What’s really cool: The historic stained glass windows

The Ruby Street is a stunning wedding venue, and one of my personal favourites. It was once a suffragette house, then a civil rights meeting place. The decoration is spot-on, with colour accents and interesting furnishings. Ruby Street is not taking wedding bookings at the moment, best to email them with your date for the most up-to-date information. planning@therubystreet.com.

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Saddlerock Ranch


Location: Malibu

Guests: 400

What’s really cool: They have giraffes, cows, mustangs, and llamas. It really is a ranch.

Saddlerock is incredible. Encircled by the Santa Monica Mountains among acres of rolling hills lined with vineyards, manicured lawns, ancient oaks, rose gardens, and ribbons of white fences. They have four event spaces, each as lovely as the last. There’s a chateau, a garden with a 250 year old weeping willow, an Airstream camp with vintage taxicabs, and an ancient oak grove to choose from.

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Location: Culver City

Guests: 150

What’s really cool: The entire venue is solar-powered.

Once a 1980s smog-check center, SmogShoppe is now a private 6,500 square foot indoor/outdoor haven for desert plants, vertical gardens and chic vintage furnishings. This venue has so much character and charm that very little decor is needed to make it feel like magic. Another venue in the same family as Millwick, this venue is also environmentally friendly.

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Location: Arts District

Guests: 500

What’s really cool: The doorway is carved into a floor-to-ceiling sculptural installation by Tony Brown.

Valentine is another in the Marvimon family. They really do wedding venues very well! Valentine is a giant greenhouse, and I love it. It has unique decor, many plants, interesting murals and is perfect for the couples wanting something a little different.

I love that it’s packed with art. As well as the murals there are more sculptures, and a cool keyhole doorway mural created by Stacy Lynn Smith

Originally built in the 1920s in an area that has long served as the city’s seafood market east of Downtown, the building has been a hotel, a brothel, a fish and oyster company, and a commercial site for everything from glass blowing to marijuana cultivation. This mysterious history subtly informed their re-invention of the space.

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Location: DTLA

Guests: 500

What’s really cool: This was originally the city’s first Archdiocese Catholic cathedral.

Vibiana is an elegant and sophisticated wedding venue. It is one of the oldest monuments in the city of LA. After being saved from demolition by the Los Angeles Conservancy in the 1990s, the space underwent a massive renovation and is now available for weddings and events.

The venue is stunning, with a grand hall, marble columns, a beautiful garden and so much history.

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Wayfarers Chapel


Location: Palos Verdes

Guests: 100

What’s really cool: Wayfarers Chapel is enclosed by all-glass walls, and designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Nestled in a grove of towering redwood trees, the Chapel’s organic architecture gives unique expression to the sanctuary as a sacred space that welcomes all wayfarers along life’s path. With its breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island, the 3.5 acres of the Chapel grounds feature beautifully landscaped gardens, trees forming arbored walkways, a reflection pool with a memorial fountain, a colonnade, a rose garden with walkways of engraved pavers and a hillside stream.

wayfarers chapel

That’s the list!  The 22 best Los Angeles wedding venues for 2022. I hope this helps you on your planning journey. Once you have your date, hit me up and we’ll create some magic together.


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This is “the guide” couples need to decide on their Los angeles wedding venue. If it was my choice, I’d be booking Cielo Farms! Thanks for sharing!

LA has some absolutely stunning locations! Thanks for doing the work of putting so many together in a comprehensive list to look over 🙂

I could never choose a favorite from this list– these are all so dang cool!!

Wow dudette, these venues are definitely my jam–so unique and offbeat! I love the variety LA offers that you’d never suspect…

So many amaz venuEs to Choose fRom! I would have such a hard time with all the great choices!

Oh my gosh…drooling over all these locations!! So so good! Love your breakdown of each venue! So helpful!

AHHHHH I love that la is full of indoor/outdoor event spaces. No more choosing between indoor only or outdoor w/ fear of weather

Living in la, we have no shortage of amazing wedding venues, no matter what kind of vibe youre after! I didnt Know SmogShoppe was 100% solar powered; so neat!

Such a variety of venues and all so beautiful and unique! I love the idea of having an event at someplace historic like a museum or a theater, but also love the more modern spots too! Lots of options for everyone!




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