Built in 1928 as an Italian villa, this magnificent hotel is located 1 mile from downtown Los Angeles. This is one of the freshest and most unique wedding venues in Los Angeles with luxury and spacious rooms, hand stenciled fresco ceilings and red-brick walls. The house is fully furnished with quaint vignettes and has a beautiful fireplace, 2 outdoor courtyards and a gorgeous bridal suite. The principal wall features a mirrored, dark wood altar that reflects this amazing room. The Carondelet House invited you into a world of style and intrigue that combines vintage textures with urban flair. This place is ideal for those who want their wedding in a vintage and elegant style.
Natural History Museum of L.A. County
1913 The Natural History Museum is one of the most favorite places in Los Angeles. The halls are made in combination of styles—Spanish Renaissance trimmings, Romanesque arched windows and intricate Art Nouveaux fixtures. And this stunning architecture comes together with the museum’s amazing collections and breathtaking exhibits such as, the Grand Foyer with two mighty Dinosaurs, the Gem and Mineral Hall and African and North American Mammal Halls where beloved dioramas hang on the walls. One of the museum’s modern additions is the Otis Booth, a three-story building completely covered in glass and overlooking at the Nature Gardens with the giant skeleton of a 63-foot fin whale and waterfall. What an amazing photos you can make there!
The Houdini Estate
Built-in the Edwardian tradition in the early 1900s, The Houdini Estate still has caves, hidden tunnels, terraced gardens, and a deep-water reservoir where Harry Houdini practiced his underwater escapes. Inside his mansion, Houdini practiced his amazing release from handcuffs, the magic of disappearing from the pool and other magic tricks. A few years after his death, the property and its gardens have been restored and equipped with modern entertainments, which save the great mystique and marvel of Harry Houdini. Visiting this place will give you an unforgettable experience and tons of amazing pictures.
Bel-Air Bay Club
Located above the coastline between Santa Monica and Malibu, this gorgeous private club has one of the most breathtaking views in southern California. A tree-lined street takes you to a magnificent 1920s Mediterranean-style clubhouse where you will find many indoor and outdoor options for your wedding celebration. Extensive, well-manicured ceremony lawn and panoramic view of the sparkling Pacific Ocean with a backdrop of swaying palms will make your exchange of vows unforgettable for your guests. This piece of paradise has many opportunities for perfect photos. You can start with group pictures featuring stunning Spanish Renaissance architecture, or a romantic portrait under a rose-covered arch in the garden. Then capture the sunset from the top veranda overlooking the enchanting ocean.