Today we have a unique styled shoot for you inspired by the idea of a pop-up wedding. A pop-up wedding is designed with those in mind who are looking for something more than a courthouse elopement but want to completely remove planning from the equation.
Companies like Small Shindigs, who coordinated the inspiration shoot below, help couples plan practical intimate weddings for less by utilizing one vendor team to execute a handful of weddings, saving each couple big money! They pick the date, do all of the legwork and secure all of your vendors, so you just have to show up and get married. Sounds pretty savvy to us! Check out this Pop-Up Wedding Inspiration shoot below to get a feel for the concept.Xoxo, Jessica
Pop Up Wedding Styled Shoot
San Francisco, CA – Ida Blooms Studio
What was the inspiration for this shoot?
This styled shoot was inspired by the idea of making a wedding as easy as possible for the couple. Pop-up weddings are meant to be totally stress-free. It’s more than a courthouse elopement but less hectic than a full-on wedding day extravaganza.
A flower studio was the perfect venue for this concept as it already has charm and beautiful decor.
As a florist, Ida Blooms focuses on helping brides make their own wedding flowers. She has flower packages that include a party in the studio to make your own wedding flowers!
The arch was made of all greenery to show that you don’t have to use flowers only to have a gorgeous wedding.
We decided to forgo a traditional wedding cake and go more on-theme with fun and laidback dessert of donuts and macarons.
If a big wedding full of planning every last detail isn’t your thing, but you also don’t want to just go to the courthouse, then a pop-up wedding might be for you.
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How does a pop-up wedding differ from an elopement?
It’s a bit less custom as the vendors and theme are already selected for you. While certain elements are customizable, for the most part, you are paying for a package that is designed with simplicity in mind.
Lots of couples who get married during a pop-up wedding find a great place to continue the party afterward, like a favorite restaurant or bar.
To be clear, at a pop-up wedding, you are not getting married with other people. You have your own time-slot and private space. You are however, using the same venue and vendors as the other couples. This makes it more affordable for everyone who books.
Where can you learn more about pop-up weddings?
Check out Small Shindigs – your one-stop shop for event and wedding planning in San Francisco, New York and beyond.
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Editor’s note: Due to the pandemic, some of the general wedding planning advice we share may not be applicable or possible due to restrictions on events. Please adhere to all current regulations and stay safe and healthy! Get more pandemic wedding resources here.