With a decade long legacy, the Ebell has been a designated historic venue in Long Beach. Known for its intricate architectural features, it is a prime example of a Spanish-Revival design of the 1920s. Further, it features a red-tile roof and a sculpted portico that makes a dramatic statement and gorgeous backdrop for photos. Its details also consists of various textures, accompanied by a grandeur atmosphere. Not only that this is the first ever women’s club built in the 20th century, but also a historically rich decadent piece of location.
As a matter of fact, hosting your wedding here will be hands down divine! Imagine a light drenched courtyard with stenciled-ceilings, exposed bricks and benign archways, crystalized chandeliers, an ornate fountain, mosaic floor tiles and an aura like no other. You will be breathing in elegance one way or another!
Moreover, the furnished parlor serves you with vintage décor and sought out artworks. Also, the enigmatic ballroom have detailed wainscoting, iron wall sconces, gleaming hardwood floors, and a soaring 24 ft. beamed ceiling that goes way over the top (literally). Of course, don’t forget the cocktail hour, as you make your way to the sparkling courtyard fountain. Definitely not your usual taste of real life elegance for hors d’oeuvres!
Ballrooms, Historic/Landmark Building, Mansion, Vintage
Indoor Ceremony, Indoor Reception