Sarah Anderson had been marrying people for about a year and began to see a trend in people moving away from larger, elaborate weddings and opting for smaller and more impromptu ceremonies. She had many couples call her while visiting the valley who had decided to get married on a whim, so she wanted to offer a creative solution for couples looking to tie the knot in a unique way. Pop Up Weddings are becoming popular because you can have something fun and adventurous but don’t have to compromise the quality of the day.
East Coast Pop Up Weddings is about taking the to-do list out of wedding planning. It’s for people who want to get married, throw a party, and not get bogged down in the nitty-gritty. It also serves as one-stop shopping for those who might want to get married but don’t necessarily want to plan a wedding. A pop-up wedding is, well, just that. A venue is set up at the location of choice, and the couple gets to show up and get married. It’s about creating something intimate and real for couples thinking outside the traditional wedding box. Pop up weddings tend to be more ceremony focused, allowing couples to focus on the personal aspect of the wedding like their vows and the general vibe of the event. It also includes a few fun details, such as picking the wedding cake flavour and choosing that small group of friends they choose to share the day with.
East Coast Pop Up Weddings say they offer the easiest weddings EVER. You can get married in style, at the location of your choice, (which they can also help you choose) and they bring all the details to make it a party.
They currently offer three wedding packages:
The Standard Elopement: A ceremony for the couple + two witnesses, at the location of your choice + officiant and photography.
The Tiny Wedding: A ceremony at the location of your choice with your officiant, seasonal wedding flowers, and locally crafted wedding cake, plus photography. For the couple + eight guests.
The Modern Elopement: A ceremony at the location of your choice with your officiant, seasonal wedding flowers, locally crafted wedding cake, photography and celebratory bubbly for the newlyweds and their guests. For the couple + eighteen guests.
Sarah says, “We find that by taking the planning out of a lot of these details, it frees people up to focus on the vibe of the event (the fun stuff!): the venue, the vows, the wardrobe, and the general experience they want their loved ones to feel as they celebrate their union.”
East Coast Pop Up Weddings is about to host our first ever Pop Up Love event. This one takes place at The Stubborn Goat on April 21. The idea is that couples can pick their time slot, show up and get married. They’ve partnered with amazing local talent to host a great spontaneous celebration.
The package includes the space that The Stubborn Goat reserved for your ceremony, the ceremony, a champagne toast at the bar afterwards, flowers, and photography. It's one stop shopping. Show up. Get married. Move on to your next adventure together as newlyweds.
ADVICE FROM SARAH:
“ Don't over think it. Buy a dress, buy a suit. Tell a handful of friends, and get married.
It makes for a great experience and a wonderful story.
There’s nothing more romantic than the “Let’s Just Get Married” mindset. Go for it!
East Coast Pop Up Weddings is here to help you break from tradition and customize your wedding experience. Kick start married life with a kick ass wedding!”
Business Name: East Coast Pop Up Weddings
Business Owner Name: Sarah Anderson
Business Address: 32 PARKVIEW AVENUE, WOLFVILLE, NS B4P 2K8 Canada
Business Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Phone: (902) 300-1220
Business Website: http://eastcoastpopupweddings.com
Social Media: Instagram @eastcoastpopupweddings Facebook @ East Coast Pop Up Weddings