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Micro Weddings

"I  do."

"I  still  do."

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COVID19 Restrictions

The COVID-19 Pandemic has changed every area of our lives. Currently, the City of Los Angeles and Department of Public Health have placed an executive order to prohibit holding large gatherings. It is unfortunate that we are currently not able to host large weddings, but we can celebrate with our intimate family.

As of July, we can hold wedding ceremonies for upto 10 guests at our outdoor Rooftop so we all can adhere physical distancing recommendations by local authorities. We'll keep updating the permitted guest count as we get updates from the local authorities.


Small, intimate weddings have increased in popularity especially since the COVID-19 pandemic has hit each and every one of us. Whether some couples have to postpone their weddings because their family and friends can’t fly to their weddings, or some are forced to cancel their weddings due to the financial hardship, we all know one thing is true: LOVE IS NOT CANCELED.

Here are some keywords that you may want to look into before you decide: an elopement wedding, a micro-wedding, and a minimony.


Traditionally, an elopement wedding has been considered more secretive and of-the-moment, as running away without telling friends or family. Now, an elopement wedding means that you are tying the knot and celebrating with just yourselves or a small gathering in a minimal, more casual fashion. Elopements can happen in nature, in public parks or buildings, at someone’s residence, or even a family member’s property. Some elopement ceremonies include the couples’ intimate family or closest friends. But in many cases, an elopement party consists of the couple, the officiant, and the photographer, who often acts as the witness.


A micro-wedding is a wedding that sits on the middle ground between a traditional wedding and an elopement wedding. A micro-wedding is an intimate affair with a guest list of 20 guests or less typically. It is shorter in duration and is more simple in format, relaxed in atmosphere and less stress to organize than a traditional wedding. It’s great for vow renewals as well.

Advantages of a micro-wedding compared to a traditional wedding:

·      Short

·      Succinct

·      Less expensive

·      Quality over quantity

·      Comparatively stress-less

·      Increased time with your guests



A minimony is a commitment mini-ceremony between yourselves. It is a moment of commitment shared between yourselves and can include up to 20 people. Many couples who have had to postpone their weddings are now considering a minimony to honor their original wedding date and plan their eventual sequel wedding with their loved ones to bring their dream wedding vision to life at a later date given the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Which one of these weddings is right for you?

The One Event Venue offers

2021 Special Pricing

just the two of you

*wedding ceremony only

*a moment of commitment shared between yourselves

*venue rental for 2 hours   

*weekday $350

*Sunday $550 

*florals not included

*can be booked up to 2 months in advance

you & your loved ones

*wedding ceremony only


*families & friends up to 20

*venue rental for 3 hours   

*weekday $500

*Saturday $1,000

*Sunday $750

*florals not included

*limited availability on Saturday (contact us for availability)

*can be booked up to 2 months in advance

email us to schedule a tour and reserve your date!

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