If you didn’t already know, my wife, Britt, and I brought Pop-Up Weddings to Australia. It’s such a fun and original idea and we look forward to the next event so much! This week we saw seven boyfriends marry seven girlfriends. Seven couples arrive as two kids in love, and they left husband and wife.

The concept is simple: for one day we get an amazing photographer, a celebrant (like me!) some stylish people and a venue and we make it look amazeballs. Then every hour on the hour a bride and groom get married with anywhere from zero to fifteen friends witnessing the event. There’s a ceremony and a photoshoot! How you celebrate the rest of the day is up to you.

I always leave a pop-up wedding so encouraged, not because of the event, but because a bunch of couples got to get married in an extremely intimate and personal way. And they did it with no stress, almost no guests, and it didn’t cost them a house deposit.

Plus it’s one million times classier than a registry wedding. It’s the original fancy elopement!

And at the very core of it, it’s two kids in love and we get to help them celebrate it their way. A pop-up wedding isn’t for everyone, but if it’s for you we’d love to help you pop-up at our next pop-up!

There’s more pop-ups coming next year. We’ve already released dates for Fremantle and Miami and we’ve got some really big plans for 205 in Sydney and Melbourne, plus we’re doing a really cool cross-promo with another international company that loves the idea too.

Fore more info go to popupwed.co and you can email Britt at britt@popupwed.co with any questions!

We’ve been in the media a few times recently, so check out the links below to read what others are saying about us!

Daily Mail

Channel Nine’s Today Show

Seven Sunrise

Wedding Planning Playbook

Concrete Playground