Pop-Up Wedding Chapel

Pop-Up Wedding Chapel
Arts & Culture
Laura Feinstein
  • 3 june 2009

You’ve heard a lot on PSFK about pop-up shops, but this month, the 303 GRAND event space and rotating store front in Brooklyn will be sponsoring the first ever pop-up wedding chapel. The concept was the brain-child of 303 co-founder Ruth Heronemus, who upon a visit to a New York court house discovered that those wishing to have a quick, no-mess wedding often had to wait on epic Kafka-esque lines along with those paying delinquent fines (or much worse). It was then that Heronemus had the idea to create an event where couples could have a  small and unique wedding for an affordable price, without sacrificing any of the spontaneity of elopement.

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