Pop Up Wedding

How to plan a pop up wedding?

Planning a pop up wedding or elopement is like a choose-your-own-adventure game. You can include some wedding traditions that you are really excited about, but there is no obligation to keep any traditions at all if you don’t want to.

Finding your location is the most fun part of planning a pop up wedding. Think about places where you and your partner feel awesome together, where you love to go, a building that you fell in love with or it may be offbeat. Local parks are always beautiful and usually pretty quiet, but you can also go to places like museums or breweries — you may have to ask first! Tell them the details of your wedding (i.e. we’ll be having six guests, no music, and a 5-minute ceremony) so that they don’t think you’re trying to throw a 200-person cocktail party at their place, and see what happens. Most people are friendly and love weddings, so it can be really fun to have your wedding at your favorite coffee shop or brewery.

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The same thing goes for all the vendors you hire (you won't have many)  — be up front with your pop-up plans! From a vendor perspective, there’s a huge difference between providing services for a pop-up wedding with ten people and an event-type or traditional wedding with 100 people. And luck’s on your side because pop-up wedding services are frequently less expensive.

Flash weddings are a bunch of people showing up at a public location and having an impromptu wedding ceremony. It's fun, it's wacky, and it makes strangers' days! Good locations for a flash wedding : a shopping mall, the zoo, an outdoor festival, at a sporting event.

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Resource : The Budget Savvy Bride and PopUp.co