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      Spotlight Skirball Cultural Center
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      Spotlight Metropol Banquet
      34 5
      Spotlight Long Beach Museum of Art
      21 1
      Spotlight Redondo Beach Historic Library
      146 2
      Featured The Ebell of Los Angeles
      192 4
      Featured Lawry's The Prime Rib
      62
      Featured Overlook Hall
      46 1
      Featured The Los Angeles Athletic Club
      11 1
      Featured Porter Valley Country Club
      27 1
      Featured Woodland Hills Country Club
      8
      Featured The Queen Mary
      19
      Featured Braemar Country Club
      76
      Featured Sheraton Universal Hotel
      18 1
      Featured L.A. Banquets - Brandview Ballroom
      42 4
      Featured Embassy Suites by Hilton Arcadia Pasadena Area
      13
      Featured La Canada Thursday Club
      13
      Featured Venus Banquet Hall
      31 1
      Featured La Mirada Golf Course
      30 1
      Featured Crowne Plaza Los Angeles-Commerce Casino
      36 1
      Featured TPC Valencia
      42
      Featured Altadena Town & Country Club
      31 4
      Featured Royal Palace Banquet Hall
      180 1
      Featured Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills
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      Featured L.A. Banquets - Glenoaks Ballroom
      32 5
      Featured CITY CLUB Los Angeles
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      Featured The LINE
      21
      Featured Wedgewood Sierra La Verne
      19 2
      Featured Renaissance Long Beach Hotel
      49
      Featured Le Méridien Delfina Santa Monica
      67
      Featured Sand Canyon Country Club
      28
      Featured Hilton Long Beach
      20 1
      Featured Hilton Los Angeles North/Glendale & Executive Meeting Center
      5
      Featured Sportsmen's Lodge Events Center
      12
      Featured Knollwood Country Club
      47 2
      Featured Hornblower Cruises & Events
      440
      Featured Warner Center Marriott
      3
      Featured Kimpton La Peer Hotel
      27
      Featured Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel
      7
      Featured Marina Del Rey Hotel
      100
      Featured Newhall Mansion
      60 4
      Featured Bella Blanca Event Center
      59 1
      Featured MALIBU WEST BEACH CLUB
      117
      Featured Marina Del Rey Marriott
      12
      Featured Regency Event Venue
      38
      Featured Hotel Casa Del Mar
      32 3
      Featured Sheraton Cerritos Hotel
      26
      Featured Wilshire Loft
      89 2
      Featured Skyspace LA
      9
      Featured Long Beach Marriott
      49
      Featured Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden
      4 3
      Featured Los Verdes Golf Course
      35 2
      Featured The Oviatt Penthouse
      298
      Featured Imperial Event Venue
      29 1
      Featured FantaSea Yachts
      23 2
      Featured Almansor Court
      13
      Featured Pacific Palms Resort
      42 1
      Featured The Portofino Hotel & Marina
      21 5
      Featured Doubletree by Hilton Monrovia Pasadena
      36
      Featured Valencia Country Club
      31 2
      Featured MountainGate Country Club
      48 1
      Featured Kim Sing Theatre
      27
      Featured Calamigos Equestrian
      22
      Featured The Vineyards
      104
      Featured The Garage Burbank at Digiland
      25 1
      Featured La Venta Inn
      153
      Featured The Grand Long Beach
      51
      Featured El Dorado Park Golf Course & Event Center
      52 1
      Featured Metro Event Center
      52 1
      Featured Recreation Park 18 Golf Course
      64 3
      Featured Skylinks at Long Beach
      135 2
      Featured Sheraton Fairplex
      57
      Featured DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles Downtown & Kyoto Gardens
      62
      Featured Mountain Meadows Golf Course
      48 1
      Featured The Westin Pasadena
      22 1
      Featured Lakewood Country Club
      139 1
      Featured Coco Palms Restaurant
      18 1
      Featured Pomona Valley Mining Company
      165 1
      Featured Lindley Scott House
      14
      Featured Palos Verdes Golf Club
      38
      Featured The Hollywood Roosevelt
      49 2
      Featured The Langham Huntington, Pasadena
      74
      Featured The Padua Hills Theatre
      40 1
      Featured Quiet Cannon Weddings & Receptions
      82
      Featured Castaway Burbank
      18

      Cali couples on the hunt for a hip venue should add these Los Angeles wedding venues to their must-see list. Choose from a variety of different spaces — like industrial lofts or enchanting gardens — in order to host an...Read more epic celebration. Trust us, Los Angeles wedding venues are perfect for creating an ultra-chic aesthetic for your special day.

      Local Wedding Venues in Los Angeles

      Los Angeles Wedding Venues

      While Los Angeles translates to the city of Angels, it's more well known for being the city of the rich and famous. With gorgeous temperatures year round, LA is a great spot for booking your future wedding venue. Whether you're looking to have a destination wedding on a west coast beach or a classic hotel wedding, Los Angeles has wedding locations for every type of person.

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      Popular Wedding Venues in Los Angeles & Prices

      Surrounded by mountains and beaches, Los Angeles is a sight to sea. That doesn't even include the modern and classical architecture that can be found in the city. Popular wedding venues in Los Angeles include: hotels, banquet halls, ballrooms, wineries, estates, chateaux, and beachfront resorts. Whatever you and your fiancé(e) are looking for in a wedding location, Los Angeles can surely provide.

      If you're looking to get married with your toes in the sand, there are plenty of beachfront ceremony and reception venues. Whether you're looking to stay on a oceanfront property, or travel to a particular wedding venue, LA has some great options. And with good weather all year long, you and your guests can celebrate your nuptials as well as escaping the cold.

      For more traditional venues, hotels, ballrooms, and banquet halls are a great option for indoor spaces that can be perfectly molded into your dream wedding. Hotels are also great if you're hosting a large number of out-of-town guests. Extra transportation isn't necessary if guests are just a few floors above the venue.

      Lovers of architecture and history might consider saying "I do" in a chateau, estate, or manor house. Guests will be blown away with the immensity of the venue, while the couple will be thrilled to have a variety of options for ceremony and reception spaces. A great choice if you plan on getting hitched when it's more likely to rain, moving to a backup space within the wedding venue should be simple. Just talk with the venue about their inclement weather policies before booking.

      For outdoor enthusiasts and wine lovers alike, getting married at a winery wedding venue is sure to wow guests. Wineries tend to have more Mediterranean architecture with warm reds and browns. If you're looking to have an elegant outdoor soirée, a winery is the way to do.

      As far as pricing goes, the average cost for a Los Angeles wedding is around $34,289, which is about $5,000 over the national average. If your LA wedding budget doesn't look quite like this, don't worry. Each wedding budget is as unique as the couple planning.

      Travel & Hotel Accommodations

      There are a few ways for out-of-town wedding guests to get to your Los Angeles wedding venue. The Bob Hope Airport and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) are the two closest airports for wedding venues in the city. While The Bob Hope Airport only has domestic flights, it's closer to venues in the heart of LA. Leaving the airport by car or train will take about 30-40 minutes to reach venues in the city. This will be a good option for guests flying nationally as well as if your wedding venue is near Burbank, Pasadena, Glendale, or the San Fernando Valley.

      For international guests looking for a non-stop flight, LAX is the way to go. While it's a longer drive and train trip (40 mins to an hour) to wedding venues in the city, it's a good option if your venus is closer to Torrance, Santa Monica, Redondo Beach, or Inglewood.

      With out-of-town guests comes hotel accommodations and we know how stressful it can be finding an affordable hotel near your ceremony and reception venues. We recommend checking out this fantastic wedding hotel block service. Representatives will find the best rates for multiple rooms at hotels close to your wedding venues. All you have to do is decide which hotel or hotels are best for you and send the booking information to your guest.

      Weather Considerations

      As previously mentioned, Los Angeles is known for it's constant beautiful weather and temperate conditions, which makes it the perfect place to say "I do" at anytime of the year. Due to it's location, LA has a mediterranean climate with dry warm summers and mild winters. If you're hoping for a classic winter wedding, Los Angeles might not be the best choice when considering wedding venues. Temperatures in LA typically don't drop below 43 degrees or rise above 83 degrees.

      The warm season lasts from early July to early October, with high temperatures averaging above 73 degrees. The hottest days are likely to be towards the end of August. Pro tip: It can get humid in Los Angeles, so if you're booking an outdoor or open air wedding venue, fans and misting machines are a great way to keep guests cool and comfortable. You can also serve drinks during the ceremony or consider giving fans as wedding favors. It's a great way to give beautiful and practical wedding favors. While it's always good to take precautions, the summer months, specifically August, are least likely to have any form of rain.

      For the 'cold' winter months, you don't even have to consider snow. In Los Angeles it's a virtual impossibility. The 'cold' season lasts from the beginning of December to the middle of April, with daily temperatures averaging below 66 degrees. If you're planning on getting married at an outdoor wedding venue during the LA winter, consider going with thicker apparel. For brides, long sleeve wedding gowns are always a great look. For grooms, think about getting suits or tuxes in a thicker material like wool or tweed. And while LA is not known for having a great deal of rain, the most precipitation occurs around the end of February, so be sure to have a backup wedding venue available.

      When you're ready to start your search for wedding venues in Los Angeles, WeddingWire has everything you need to make the whole process a snap!

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