Are Group Weddings the Next Trend in Tying the Knot?
A pop-up, secret-location alternative to the standard ceremony
From the venue to the party favors, weddings take time, money and lots of decision-making. Even when couples opt for smaller get-togethers, the details that need attention seem endless. With so much pressure riding on one day, it’s no surprise that some couples prefer eloping to hosting an elaborate wedding. Why bother with planning a seating chart when you can exchange your vows alone on a gondola in Europe?
For couples that don’t want to travel so far, there might be another alternative: a pop-up group wedding. POPBliss brings together couples that don’t want to deal with the hassle of planning everything themselves. Up to ten couples will gather in New York City on March 30—31 for a group pop-up celebration that includes a bridal brunch and live stream of the wedding.