We’re crushing on LA wedding venues so hard right now! It’s no secret that Los Angeles is home to an incredible number of warehouse venues, and we’ve got those in abundance. In addition to some really rad industrial spots, we’re also sharing spaces that include former cathedrals, old Victorian houses, urban greenhouses and beachfront spots. Whether you’re planning a wedding in DTLA, Santa Monica or want to be out in a woodlands setting, we’ve got a little something for every wedding style and we’re sharing all the details below.
This beautiful Victorian-style farmhouse sits in the heart of Hollywood and hosts events of up to 250 guests. Weddings at Lombardi House typically take over the converted stable and barn, using both the gardens and indoor area for celebrations.
A cliffside lawn overlooks the ocean at Bel Air Bay Club, setting a gorgeous backdrop for a wedding ceremony. Cocktail hour here might take place in the Spanish courtyard while the patio is the best spot for dining in late summer with views of the sunset over the water. The private residence has nine bedrooms and makes a great spot for the wedding party to stay overnight in the lap of luxury.
There’s a brilliant blue Arts and Crafts era house in the heart of LA’s historic Garvanza neighborhood that doubles as a design-centric wedding and events spot. Ruby Street hosts up to 200 guests and includes a couple of indoor event spaces, suites for the couple to get ready in, a lawn with an outdoor lounge and a whole lot of furniture so you don’t need to bring much in.
This spectacular loft space has floor-to-ceiling factory windows and a huge rooftop with sweeping views of LA. If you’re into minimal, industrial settings for a wedding, this spot could be your jam for up to 300 guests.
This 1920s Italian villa has some of the most beautiful features, including hardwood floors, old red brick walls, twin courtyards, arched windows and doorways, and the list goes on. What we love about it is that there are various rooms and nooks that make the setting feel super cozy and intimate.
Bright, spacious, industrial and covered in greenery. What more could you want from a DTLA wedding venue in an 80-year-old warehouse? Oh, right, a courtyard. Of course, there’s one of those too. Millwick accommodates events of up to 250 guests and includes a sound system, bridal suite, lounge furniture, wood dining tables and chairs for up to 150 guests.
This gorgeous mansion and its gardens might just be one of our favorite spots for a Gatsby-style wedding with glamorous guests and lush garden party style. Greystone is tucked away in the hills and boasts several dining spaces, gathering areas and gardens fit for a fête of up to 300 guests.
Interior designer Emily Henderson is behind the colorful, jewel box design of Fig House in Highland Park. The décor throughout the property is beautiful, but the garden may be the biggest highlight. Weddings at this classic California home can be hosted for up to 450 guests.
A Baja-style cottage from the 1940s sets the scene for this wedding venue on the Santa Monica coastline. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and outdoor spaces overlooking the ocean, weddings here feel like they’re in their own idyllic world.
When planning a wedding at The Holding Company, you’ll get to work with an awesome (and experienced) event coordinator, a stellar catering team (here’s lookin’ at you, TasteBuds!), a talented mixologist, and designers who know this industrial space inside-out.
Whitewashed brick walls, cathedral ceilings and skylights give HNYPT that perfect blank canvas feel everyone looks for in a wedding venue. It’s industrial, but it’s also really easy to transform into anything you can dream up. Check it out for wedding of up to 200 guests.
This tropical DTLA setting spans indoors and out, with a retractable greenhouse roof over a romantic courtyard. Valentine is a modular wedding venue that can scale up or down depending on what kind of atmosphere you’re looking to create. The space maxes out at 500 guests but can be combined – via secret passageway – with neighboring Grass Room to host up to 750 party people.
Historic Los Angeles collides with the modern-day at this nearly hundred-year-old movie palace. The dramatic setting includes three stories of gathering space, including a grand lobby, open balcony and mezzanine, and a mirror-clad ceiling. For a seated dinner on the stage, 80 guests is the sweet spot.
Culver City’s Smashbox Studios is a multi-use venue that has a number of different event spaces, rooms and layout options. A photo studio by day, the modern loft space is flooded with light from three directions. The sweet spot for a wedding guest list hovers around 250 guests, but cocktail parties here can host up to 860 guests.
Rustic, unrefined and plain old cool, Smoky Hollow is an El Segundo event spot that gets great natural light and has all the fixings of an urban warehouse space. Weddings here have access to a bridal suite, a private patio, rustic furniture and more for up to 250 folks.
An elegant one-stop shop for weddings in Beverly Hills, Mr. C is a Cipriani family hotel with a gorgeous 12th-floor ballroom overlooking the cityscape. The gardens and poolside patio are great options for a ceremony on-site, and your guests will love staying in the spacious suites with private balconies.
This DTLA industrial greenhouse venue is smaller than its counterpart, Valentine, and works well for groups of 250 guests or less. Cozy nooks, beautiful murals and interesting architecture make Grass Room feel like a world of its own.
Picturing a toes-in-sand kind of wedding where your guests can stay in luxurious suites and you can celebrate over multiple days, indoors and out? Head on over to Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel. The event spaces are stunning and modern, with an emphasis on the beauty of the destination. Oh, and there’s a fabulous spa on-site too.
Looking for a rad, modern wedding venue in Venice? 800 Main is just two blocks from the boardwalk and is a versatile mini-manse with tons of windows and beautifully designed spaces. Weddings here have an unmistakably intimate feel, even with as many as 125 guests.
This fresh-faced Hollywood venue is bright white, filled with light and makes wedding planning easy. Casita Hollywood has all the necessities to pull off a gorgeous wedding for up to 550 guests, spanning indoors and out to a gorgeous patio and garden space.
Get married under a grove of old sycamore trees, sip cocktails in a courtyard surrounded by rose bushes and dine under the starlight at this gorgeous Griffith Park wedding spot. Calamigos Equestrian is an expansive outdoor venue that hosts events of up to 1,500 guests and includes a lovely ballroom.
This sprawling venue hosts all kinds of parties and events, from weddings to award shows. Run by Wolfgang Puck Catering, City Market Social House is the kind of place where you know you’re always in good hands and no idea is too outlandish. The massive warehouse space also includes a courtyard and can fit up to 1,000 guests or be used in smaller segments for an intimate crowd.
Set in the heart of Culver City, Smog Shoppe is an industrial spot that features vertical gardens, a spacious event courtyard, solar power and vintage décor. We love the open, airy feel of the indoor space and the charm of an event that can move both indoors and out. Guest counts here max out around 250 wedding guests.
Many acres of gardens and woodlands surround this charming open-air wedding venue. Descanso Gardens feels completely secluded from the city and has that hidden feel of a venue one might just happen to stumble upon by mistake. Weddings here max out at 170 guests and take place year-round.
This former cathedral dates all the way back to 1876. Vibiana’s grand hall is a beauty of Carrara marble, Corinthian columns and ceilings that measure in at a whopping 45 feet tall. Just outside is a beautiful courtyard space with all the lighting, plants and city views you’d hope for.
This century-old DTLA warehouse venue is a total find, especially if you’re planning something epic. 440 Seaton is large enough to accommodate an event of up to 1,700 guests in a space that has soaring ceilings, exposed brick walls, wood beams and concrete floors.
A glass-walled rooftop sits on the 70th story of the iconic U.S. Bank Tower, with both indoor and outdoor space for events and weddings of up to 800 guests. OUE Skyspace LA offers some of the best views of the city, spanning from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Pacific Ocean.
A Victorian banquet room, lush garden patio, heritage square and upstairs hideaway with a library are all on the venue menu at The Victorian in Santa Monica. If you’re looking for a wedding venue that has interesting spaces, cozy nooks and lounges combined with lots of outdoor access, be sure to add this spot to your list.
If you’re looking for a wedding venue that’s historic and stylish and has boutique-style hotel rooms on-site, check out this 130-year-old athletic club. Weddings here can take place in the beautiful ballroom, on the rooftop or in any of the refined gathering spaces throughout the private club.
Bring up to 300 of your wedding guests along to Universal Studios’ famous back lot for a party they’ll never forget. At 1220, huge floor-to-ceiling windows frame a view that’s nothing short of impressive. This indoor spot can be used on its own or in conjunction with the adjacent parking lot, which is easy to dress up for the occasion.
DTLA is on full display at this historic factory with rolling garage doors that open right up to a graffiti-walled rooftop patio. The Unique Space hosts weddings of up to 400 guests for a cocktail-style party or 150 guests for a seated dinner event.
Recently renovated, this amazing old vaudeville theater is now a design-forward residence. Hotel Kim Sing is the kind of spot that’s great for an intimate wedding, a rehearsal dinner or simply a rad house to crash in during a long weekend of wedding events.
Two sleek black and white ballrooms, each with cocktail lounge spaces, make up this Glendale wedding venue. Each ballroom suits about 350 guests, and the entire venue can be taken over by a group of up to 1,000 revelers. Expect glam décor with details like gunmetal leather wallpaper, Swarovski chandeliers and a glass elevator.
Set in the heart of Old town Pasadena, Noor is a wedding venue that extends over two ballrooms, two lounges and a charming courtyard space filled with hanging plants. Weddings at this spot can accommodate up to 600 guests, but smaller groups gravitate toward either of the ballrooms or the terrace.