Kicking off the New Year with our absolute favorite kind of wedding!! A Pop-Up Style Courthouse Wedding in Chicago!
Celebrations of love and marriage come in all sizes, sometimes the most romantic of celebrations involves your sweetheart and no one else (oh my heartstrings!) Pop-Up style weddings have been all the rage in recent years for couples who eschew traditional large-scale events and choose to wed in a more intimate fashion.
So what is a pop-up wedding? It’s exactly what it sounds like!! Grab your sweetheart, a gown, and an awesome wedding photographer to capture your day and head out to get married! Pop-Up weddings need little to no planning and can occur in a courthouse (much like our couple today) or at a park or location of your choosing. Be sure to add a few fun elements that capture your couple style and in less than an hour you are off with your new husband/wife to start your life together.
Our couple in today’s feature celebrated with a few fun elements including matching white Mr. & Mrs. balloons, which they paraded down the streets of Chicago, a sweet floral crown, a ‘Just Eloped’ banner, and a single tier wedding cake to indulge in after their vows. One thing is for sure, your pop-up wedding or courthouse vows can easily show off your fun couple style!
The bride & groom went uber modern for their wedding day attire!
Our courthouse bride chose a short length wedding dress with a lace overlay and nude sandals and topped off her look with a flower crown packed with greenery and tea roses. Our bride ditched the suit coat for a short sleeve dress shirt, suspenders and a dusty-colored polka dot bow tie.
Scroll on for more pop-up wedding inspiration captured by Chicago Wedding Photographer Amber Renee Design!
Source the Vendors:
Photographer: Amber Renee Design
Calligrapher: Samantha Meyer Studio
Bakery: The Boss Bake House
Floral Designer: Virginia Wolff Inc
Groomsman Attire: The Tie Bar
Apparel: The Tulle Project
Hair Stylist: Angelica grace bridal
Makeup Artist: Manifest Makeup LLC
Other Location:Cook County Courthouse
Submitted via Two Bright Lights