A Pop-Up Chapel like no other. 12 lucky couples were gifted their Pop-Up Chapel spots as part of a giveaway from their official sponsor, Bijoux Birks, at The Loft on King this past October 12th & 13th.
This Chapel was unique in every way; the moment you walked in the transformed Loft on King’s doors, you could automatically sense that the couples were in for a special treat. Cue the stunning Birks blue doors, blue flowers, clock towers and custom backdrops in collaboration with the Pop-Up Chapel and Marta Urbanowicz from Artam Design.
Stunning neutral florals adorned these custom pieces featuring sophisticated Phalaenopsis Orchids, warm Toffee and Golden Mustard Roses, with a touch of modern boho flair, incorporating dried Sun Palms, preserved Ruscus, and Pampas Grass.
Unlike any other Pop-Up Chapel, the rest of the vendors and I were also featured in the Toronto Star, on October 13th, 2021. If you are a reader of this newspaper, you may have come across the article.
The article, written by Rosie DiManno, highlighted the sudden surge of pop-ups, micro-weddings and how the modern couple these days are looking to save their money on more big-ticket items, like a home or starting their new lives together, rather than losing a good portion of their money to just one day. As stated by Lynzie Kent, founder of the Pop-Up Chapel Co.
If you would like to read more about this unique Pop-Up Chapel, head to their blog and get the recap on the #birksbluechapel.
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