Left to Right: Pelican Hill Resort, Fairmont Miramar Santa Monica, Four Seasons Westlake Village, Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles, The London West Hollywood, Langham Huntington Pasadena
Pelican Hill Resort:We never got a chance to visit this magical resort located in Orange County because we didn't want to fall in love with a place that we knew would be too far for our family and friends. It always stuck in the back of my mind throughout our venue shopping experience.
Fairmont Miramar Santa Monica:While this beautiful hotel is located right by the beach, there's surprisingly no view of the water. I felt that if we were going to get married on Ocean Blvd, there would have to be at least some sort of view of the ocean.
Four Seasons Westlake Village:Their charming asian-styled garden with the pagoda would have made the perfect ceremony backdrop for our wedding ceremony site had the hotel been just a little bit closer to the city of Los Angeles.
Millennium Biltmore:This historical hotel is full of grandeur and elegance. I loved everything about the hotel from their lobby to their ballroom and their black and white photos of celebrities visiting the hotel back in the 1940s. The only downfall was that I knew I wanted an outdoor ceremony, something the Biltmore could not provide.
London West Hollywood:This hotel is all about Black and White and it's located in the heart of West Hollywood and as you can expect, is super trendy and stylish. I loved the modern touch but after visiting the hotel, I learned that I loved the photos more than the venue itself.
Langham Huntington:*Winner! This hotel a heavenly gem tucked away in a beautiful green neighborhood between the cities of Pasadena and San Marino. Their garden and ballroom has class and romance written all over it. Once I saw the Horseshoe Garden and the chandeliers in their Viennese Ballroom, I knew this was the perfect venue for our wedding.