Wedding Venue Tour: OUE Skyspace

Finding a wedding venue in Los Angeles isn’t hard, but finding one that boasts California’s tallest observation deck AND a slide that lets you ride 1,000 feet above downtown Los Angeles? Yeah, there’s only one place where you can do that: OUE Skyspace.

Featuring drop-dead gorgeous views of LA’s most iconic landmarks (we see you, Hollywood Sign) and their infamous, glass-enclosed Skyslide, we recently visited OUE Skyspace for a venue tour. One of our biggest takeaways was just how truly breathtaking the city was from all the way up there, and how rare it is to find a location that lets you take it all in. We also loved just how modern the spaces were. The reception area featured white marble floors and wood accents throughout, not to mention the panoramic views from the windows. The two terraces were also great, and recently refreshed with fun green turf that makes the area feel vibrant and fresh. Even at night it all just sparkles.

Don’t miss this real wedding from OUE Skyspace.

The space is truly a blank slate with so many possibilities in terms of decor, and I can see guests being completely wowed by the experience. Plus, the location offers easy access for out-of-town guests (the Millennium Biltmore is a 2-minute walk) with train transportation a few more minutes away that will take visitors all the way to downtown Santa Monica (so no need for them to rent a car). Check out the video above to see our highlights from the tour, and don’t miss me riding down the Skyslide at the end!

Book a venue tour of OUE Skyspace and see if it’s right for your wedding! Click here to find out more.

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