Top Three Reasons to Have a Pop Up Wedding

Top Three Reasons To Have A Pop Up Wedding

As a wedding planner who specializes in Pop Up Weddings, I get so many questions!  One of the questions I get asked all the time though is, “Why?!?” There are a million reasons a couple may plan a Pop a Pop Up Wedding, but here are the three I’ve heard more than any other!

1. No stress!

Ranging from just four folks, including the couple getting married, all the way up to 25 folks, these weddings are tiny, but they take out all the stress!  Instead of meeting with caterers, florists, photographers, and all the other moving pieces of the puzzle, you meet with me just one time.  The couple and I will sit down, get to know one another, and talk about your hopes and dreams.  From there, I figure out all the details, and all you have to is show up!

2. Pop Up Weddings are incredibly intimate.

Because they’re so small and hand-crafted for each couple, my pop up weddings are incredibly intimate.  You get all the frills of a big wedding – a photographer, an incredible meal, and gorgeous flowers – but with the special touch of it being totally tailored to your needs.  The focus is on you, as a couple, and how you manifest your love.  This is a declaration of your love, with the most special folks in your life bearing witness to that moment, as well as to your past and future together.

3. The price is right!

Did you know that the average wedding in the US costs over $35,000?!?!  Whoa!

With the increasingly more challenging economy, I know that not everyone can afford to spend that much on their wedding.  More and more couples are choosing to pay for their own weddings, rather than rely on family.  As student loan debt and housing costs rise, my goal is to make your wedding not only amazing but affordable.  Priced $7,500 or less, pop up weddings give you an affordable option for a wedding you won’t forget.

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