Saddlerock Ranch

saddlerock ranch wedding video

Fisheye Studio has been fortunate to film at the Saddlerock Ranch wedding venue in the recent past. It makes our list as a top Los Angeles wedding venue. We were so honored to film Drew and Stephanie. It was truly a magical day! Please enjoy the video.

About the Venue

The fascinating history of the property dates back some 300 years when the vast expanse of land surrounding the Santa Monica Mountains was part of the original Spanish Land Grant. The 200,000-acre site is a perfect spot for raising sheep and cattle. Up until the 1930s the area was known as El Malibu.

Local caves are still covered with pictographs painted by the Chumash Indians, which date back to the Portola Expedition of 1769. These pictographs have become very rare due to erosion and weathering, but some of the most well preserved examples remain on the Saddlerock Ranch property and have been studied by archeologists and photographed for books.

Today the ranch is home to Malibu Family Wine’s offices, four wedding and event locations, 100 acres of vines, a host of exotic animals (zebra, camel, giraffe, llama, alpaca, yak, highland cow, etc.…), Malibu Wine Safari tours, and the Semler family!

Malibu Wine Safaris offers various tours of the ranch, which include interaction with some of the animals as well as wine tastings at some of the ranch’s most stunning vistas.

Los Angeles Wedding Venues

We love Los Angeles wedding venues! There are so many different types of venues in the 2nd biggest city in the US. In fact, you can get married in a seaside chapel, a seaside resort, or just seaside! But, there are also many other types of venues. Bohemian, garden, downtown chic and more are also available. We recommend that you speak with a planner like Sweetest Love Events to help you as you begin the process of planning your wedding. Whether it’s an oceanfront estate or a five star resort, they will guide you in the process.

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