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3 Chic and Fabulous Wedding Venues in Long Beach

Shannon Jones

Shannon Jones has been selling real estate since 1998 and specializes in listing and marketing homes...

Shannon Jones has been selling real estate since 1998 and specializes in listing and marketing homes...

Sep 28 4 minutes read


Wedding season is officially in full swing. These are some of our favorite wedding venues in and around Long Beach. If you are in the process of planning a wedding or think you might be soon, take a look at these cool and creative local venues to get your creative juices flowing. Or maybe you'll be able to enjoy one of these beautiful venues as a guess this summer as well. 


The Loft on Pine

If you envision your wedding in a chic Downtown Long Beach location you have to check out The Loft on Pine. It has over 10,000 square feet of wood floors, stunning columns, vintage brick walls, and vaulted "barn" inspired ceilings complete with skylights. The Loft on Pine is a legitimate historic building, built in 1903. The Great Hall has been fully restored so it's the perfect backdrop for a classic Long Beach feel. The Loft only holds one event at a time so your wedding will be the star of the show, and you'll be able to make all of the personalized touches that you want. 

For a grand entrance, you have the option for the bride to walk down the third-floor staircase into the Great Hall for the ceremony. Cocktail hour typically happens in the downstairs Gallerie where they can enjoy a built-in bar and grand chandelier hanging as the room's focal point. Dinner and dancing are then held back in the Great Hall, which includes another built-in bar, and space that is easily transformed into a lounge or photo booth station. 


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Ebell Long Beach

This is another fantastic historic location in Long Beach for a unique and unforgettable wedding. The structure was one of three Southern California women's clubs that was built in 1924. The Long Beach location was eventually privately purchased and transformed into one of the area's most memorable historic venues. The architecture features the Spanish-Revival design that was favored during the 1920's. Some of the stand-out features include a red-tile roof and soaring intricately sculpted portico with rich details and a variety of textures. 

A stunning covered courtyard with an ornate fountain and crystal chandeliers welcome guests as they arrive. The fully furnished parlor rooms have plenty of seating vignettes, a fireplace, and during the cocktail hour, you can open the French doors to reveal the sparkling courtyard fountain. Every room and corner of this space has a unique personality that will make your day (and your wedding photos) particularly special. 


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The Modern

This venue is quite literally like none other in Long Beach, and possibly the rest of California. At The Modern, you can literally make a grand entrance via plane or helicopter, celebrate your nuptials with family and friends in the beautifully designed space, and then fly out and the end of the night without ever setting foot onto public space.  

Located on the top floor of the Sky Harbor Hangar, the space gives you 11,000 square feet to play with and design to your exact liking. Your guests can access the space via two private elevators, and enjoy an exclusive view of the private jet runway at the iconic Long Beach Airport. With such a modern and sophisticated layout, your options for personalization are practically endless.  

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