Pop-Up Chapels are the new weddings in 2021

people cheersing champagne in pop-up chapel

Weddings will not be canceled! An Uber-version wedding is bridging the gap between extravagant weddings and elopements and offering a simple, stress-free and risk-free (and Covid-safe) way to get married this year. The Pop-Up Chapel is a shared wedding concept that marries up to 10 couples in one day – one couple on the hour, every hour, for 10 hours straight (although you can extend for another hour if you want).

For an affordable rate, up to 20 guests and all cooler than city hall, couples get an all-inclusive package that includes the venue and decor, flowers (of your choosing), photography, a toast and light bites, live music and more.

With strict health and safety procedures put in place following all legal requirements, the company is hosting Chapels in some of Canada’s most desirable wedding venues across the country in Vancouver, Toronto, Hamilton, Ottawa and Winnipeg. The inaugural Chapel in Vancouver is taking place on October 1, 2021 at Hycroft Manor.

The charity aspect: Vancouver’s Pop Up Chapel will be supporting Covenant House Vancouver, a local organization providing love, support, and hope to Vancouver’s homeless and at-risk street youth. The team will be partnering with local event planners Elope with Us, to bring the highly sought after wedding event to the city. To create a unique experience for couples, they will be working with some of the city’s best local vendors like Photographer – John Bello, Florist – La Bomba, and Musician – Ruel Morales.

To book your pop-up chapel:

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