PopUp Weddings seem to be growing in popularity. We’ve personally had a great first year when we started our Pop Up Wedding service in Sudbury, ONT last year.[Read more…] about Pop Up Weddings in Thunder Bay…
I’ve said this before, how when I mention the term ‘pop up wedding’, most of the time the reply is: “What’s a pop up wedding?”
I don’t blame them. We had no idea what they were either at one time. Many times one of the comments we hear is, after we describe it best we can: “Oh, it’s like eloping.”
Well, sort of. But not really. An elopement means the couple gets married without telling anyone. They show up: “Guess what? We got married!”
A pop up wedding is different in that it’s very much the same as a larger wedding, with all the pageantry and fanfare. Except, smaller. Much smaller.
And often at some cool, odd, unusual location. Court house weddings, Las Vegas Elvis or drive through weddings are a thing of the past.
A pop up wedding allows you to do it your way. Sure, you can elope and have a pop up wedding. Just the two of you and two of your closest friends. (All weddings need two witnesses to make it legal). Or, invite up to 40 of your closest friends and relatives.
The beauty of a pop up wedding is you have the room, the flexibility to make it your own. And we’re here to help. It’s what we do.
Rob and Tina
Heather and Derek had a beautiful day in Blezard Valley for a pop-up wedding. They had about 16 people in attendance, all family. Derek was super nervous prior to, but as it turns out, Heather was even more nervous.
The hall looked stunning, so did the bride, and Tina led the vows as their official wedding officiant. We took many photographs….more to come.
Congrats to Heather and Derek!
We found this image above while doing a google search for wedding arches. This is something we’re building. It’s portable and very cool looking. What do you think? It even fits, when taken apart, in our Toyota!