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Average Base Cost: $29,000
Average base cost for a LoftSEVEN wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list for a Saturday reception including catering costs of $100/pp and top-shelf bar options for a 6-hour event at $23/pp from their recommended beverage provider. Transportation to venue, entertainment, furniture rentals, decorations, DJ, and photography are not included. Average price includes gratuity and state sales tax. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand.
How it breaks down:
Facility Fee: Prices vary and are customized based on needs and date, but a sample venue rental breakdown is as follows:
For approximately 100-150 guests
- Venue Rental Rate: $5,800
- Time period: 6 hours
Additional required expenses for above guest count and time period:
- On-site cleaning: $300
- Post Event Cleaning: $812.50
- Event Security: $630
- Fire Safety Officer: $525
- Waste Removal: $150
- Site Rep: $400
- Elevator Attendants: $180
Venue Rate and Additional Expenses Total: $8,797.50
What’s Included: LoftSEVEN has furniture that is also included in the rental, such as 4 black barstools, a glass/metal table, a black leather ottoman and 2 black leather barcelona chairs. Package also includes:
- 18 hours of access (includes prep and strike time)
- Unlimited site visits
- On-site venue rep
- Special event permit
- In-house lighting package
- 1 hour ceremony rehearsal week of wedding
Food and Beverage: You can bring in your own caterer for an additional fee of $400, but they also provide a list of recommended caterers, such as Modern Art Catering. They have all-inclusive packages ranging from $55-$75/pp for a buffet to $65-$100/pp for a plated meal. Their inclusive package includes one hour of tray passed hors d’oeuvres, dinner rolls, coffee and tea service, classic white china, flatware, and glassware, as well as cake cutting and servers.
An example of their ‘Parisian’ plated menu for $100/pp (their top-end option) includes the following:
- 4 passed appetizers
- Salad of Petite summer tomatoes with vine-ripe tomato sorbet served in a smoked tomato vinaigrette
- Sweet corn chowder, avocado-mango salsa, chorizo madeleines
- Glazed beef short ribs, horseradish mashed potatoes, sautéed bone marrow, reduced braising sauce
- Double chocolate bread pudding with vanilla whipped cream and a rum-caramel sauce
If alcohol is not being provided by a caterer it must be provided by one of their approved providers, such as Scarlette Bartending. Their top-shelf package is listed below, with prices ranging from $17-$23/pp for 4-6 hours for 100 people or more. They also have well packages from $17.
- 3 Scarlette Specialty Infusions
- Belvedere Vodka K
- etel One Vodka
- Death’s Door Gin
- Gosling’s Black Seal Rum
- Don Julio Blanco Tequila
- Bulleit Bourbon
- Laphroiag Quarter Cask
- Ferrari-Carano Fume Blanc
- Don & Sons Chardonnay
- Josh Cabernet Sauvignon
- The Crusher Tempranillo
- Stella Artois
- Firestone Pale Ale
- 31 Stone IPA
Space Type: Inside/Outside
Size: Up to 150
Bridal Suite: No specific area is designated for this.
Parking: There is a parking structure located nearby that you can make arrangements with.
Food Service Type: Your choice.
Party On! Events end at midnight.
LoftSEVEN is a private residence on top of the HAAS building in downtown Los Angeles. It has 16,000 sq. feet across two levels, and features a caterer’s kitchen, two DLP theater screens, and a rooftop with 360 degree views of downtown Los Angeles. There is also a 12-person jacuzzi on top of the building’s old helipad.
Woman Getting Married Says:
I’m a fan of lofts, and the fact that you can have an inside/outside wedding at one in the heart of downtown Los Angeles is a great option. $8,000k+ for just the venue is a hefty price tag, particularly when there is not a lot included in that fee. On the flip side, you will most likely save money not only by bringing in an outside caterer (though you’d be hard-pressed to beat the prices from their vendor, listed above) but by using one of their preferred beverage caterers. The prices listed are about what I paid for top-shelf alcohol that I BYOB’ed at my wedding, so you’re definitely getting a decent deal there. However, I would still see what your options are for getting the venue fee down if you can.