Question for my LA HTF friends

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Donovan, Oct 3, 2001.

  1. Donovan

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    This is a very wierd question... I don't even know why I am asking here, but what the heck.
    One of my good friends just got engaged the other day to his girlfriend who lives in LA. They decided to get married this winter because all of our friends would be together in LA for a big reunion type thingy. My question is, does anyone know of any quaint places to get married? The bride doesn't want anything extravagant, just very quaint and beautiful. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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  2. Julie K

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    I've thought about this for a while and really can't come up with anything. The words 'quaint' and 'Los Angeles' don't really go together...
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  3. David Oliver

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    My sister gor married in a suite overlooking the Ocean in Dana Point (I think). It was very intimate and nice. I am sure similar arrangements could be done anywhere, from Santa Barabara to Coronado. I guess it depends on how many people they are expecting. I was at another wedding somehwere inland that was at a private residence that was rented...big house and grounds on top of a hill overlooking a valley, it was quite nice.
     
  4. Hugh Jackes

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    There's a gazebo in Laguna Beach, about 40 miles south of LA, on a bluff overlooking the ocean. It's next to gourment Mexican restaurant (not an oxymoron) called Las Brisas, where people have receptions. I don't know how to reserve the gazebo, but I'd bet Las Brisas does.
     
  5. Jack Briggs

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    Hey, how 'bout Griffith Park?
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  6. AllenD

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    What Hugh said. It really is a breathetaking scenery.
     

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