Photographers Share Their Favorite Wedding Venues

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Photo by Anna Delores Photography

Los Angeles has some of the most stunning wedding venues. Whether it’s a Tudor revival mansion with amazingly gorgeous landscaped grounds, a rustically chic Italian villa downtown, or a mountaintop perch far away from the hustle and bustle of the city, L.A. and its surrounding areas have what we think are the best locations in the country. But don’t just take our word for it! We asked five L.A. wedding photographers to choose their most beloved places to shoot. In a town with so many photogenic options, these five stood out.

Still searching for “the one?” See our list of the 10 Best Wedding Venues in Southern California here!

Carondelet House

627 S. Carondelet St., Los Angeles 90057, 323-466-1835

“Carondelet (pictured above) is a stunning vintage-industrial gem right off the 101 freeway near Koreatown in Los Angeles. I love Carondelet House for its Italian villa-inspired interiors, at once nostalgic and modern, with both moody accents and beautiful natural light. Hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, eclectic vintage furniture, and beautiful spaces for all phases of a modern wedding…it’s one of my favorite wedding venues!” ―Emily Reiter, Anna Delores Photography

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Photo by onelove photography

Vibiana

214 S. Main St., Los Angeles 90012, 213-626-1507

“Cathedral-turned-glam! This all-white venue is everything for a modern bride who wants a touch of old-world tradition. The high ceilings make for incredible lighting, day and night. It’s perfect for a big party!” ―Sara Allen, onelove photography

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Photo by KT Merry Photography

Greystone Mansion

905 Loma Vista Dr., Beverly Hills 90210, 310-285-6830

“From the Italian-style gardens, timeless architecture and outdoor spaces; Greystone Mansion has all the charm of Europe nestled right in Beverly Hills. It’s a true gem and ideal backdrop for creating stunning imagery.” ―KT Merry, KT Merry Photography

For the full list of venues, head over to Los Angeles Magazine to read more of my interview.

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