Where to Get Married: Hidden Wedding Venues in Los Angeles

Today’s brides are so savvy, and often thinking outside of the box on every aspect of their wedding, including where to get married. Below you will find a list of unique wedding venues that will host your wedding in a very unconventional way. Hopefully you will find one of these places for wedding receptions perfect for you.

The Smog Shoppe is probably the most unconventional and unique location for you not so run-of-the-mill kind of bride. This location has been converted from an old smog shop into a rustic and swanky venue to host your wedding. And if you are looking for an eco-friendly venue the Smog Shoppe is a top rated sustainably designed urban space in the U.S.

Dodger Stadium is a home run for any couple that is a die-hard Dodger fan. This unique venue allows for a couple to say their “I do’s” right on home plate. No guest can deny the feeling of being a part of legacy of the LA Dodgers when attending your True Blue wedding.

LA Live is a chic and sophisticated location in the heart of downtown LA. The glitz and glimmer of having your wedding in this location will wow your guests and leaving them feeling like they attended one of LA’s most exclusive weddings.

Peterson Automotive Museum is a location for couples that are car enthusiasts will drool over. It offers a stunning rooftop view for guest to enjoy while witnessing the bride and groom say their vows. The richly decorated detail of the venue is dramatic, entertaining, and exciting all wrapped up in a perfectly neat package that everyone would enjoy!

Calamigos Ranch offers both a whimsical and fun experience for both you and your guests. There are four different locations within the ranch that can host your wedding that the possibilities are endless!

Nixon Library is most exclusive because it has the only replica of the White House East Wing. The rose garden is impeccably maintained to perfection. For those of you who dreamed of having a wedding that is unparalleled this location should definitely be at the top of your list.

The El Rey was converted from a movie house for 50 years and is now one of LA’s historic landmarks. It offers an art deco feel throughout and is perfect for unconventional couples that enjoy entertaining their guests.

Carondelet House is stunning with beautiful textures and natural lighting. It was built as an Italian Villa with an urban feel. This location has so much character from the architecture to the design that makes it a charming location for your wedding.

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