Indian Wedding Venue: The Ebell of Los Angeles

{About Indian Weddings at The Ebell of Los Angeles}

This Renaissance-inspired, National Historic Landmark is tucked away on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles (not to be confused with the Ebell in Long Beach). With 75,000 square feet on three levels, this venue is unique for an Indian wedding.

The Ebell of Los Angeles is new to Indian weddings so their policies re: outside catering, baraat, ceremonial fire etc. are evolving based on interest and demand. If you’re interested in this venue, complete the form below.

{Location & Airport Info}

  • Located in The Miracle Mile district of Los Angeles, California
  • Approximately 15mi. northeast of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
  • The Ebell of Los Angeles provides tables, standard banquet chairs, linens, china, flatware, glassware, stage, dance floor, servers, staff, stage, and more.

{Ceremony and Reception Venues at The Ebell of Los Angeles}

The Dining Room seats up to 400 guests for a ceremony and features a built-in stage, a 20.5-foot ceiling and beautiful columns, and windows around the perimeter. For a reception, the Dining Room seats 250 guests with a dance floor. The Garden is a lovely setting for cocktails before the reception for up to 400 guests.

The Dining Room at The Ebell seats approximately 400 guests for a wedding ceremony and features a built-in 20-‘x20’ stage for your mandap and/or archway. Photo: Lin & Jirsa Photography
For a reception with a dance floor, the Dining Room seats approximately 250 guests. Photo: Lin & Jirsa Photography

{Venue Photos}

The Garden at the Ebell. Photo: Aurelia D’Amore Photography
Enjoy a lovely outdoor cocktail hour in the garden for up to 400 guests; note the Dining Room seats up to 250 guests for a reception with a dance floor. Photo: Wild Whim Photography
The Dining Room features a 20.5-foot ceiling. Photo: Aurelia D’Amore Photography
The painted, carved ceiling in the Dining Room. Photo: Aurelia D’Amore Photography

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