A Delicate Watercolour-inspired Pop-Up Chapel Wedding at The Henley Room

For the uninitiated, The Pop-Up Chapel Co. is a concept where multiple couples get married on the same day at different times. You get all the benefits of working with some of the best vendors in the industry, all with a no-fuss, turn-key approach. Couples’ love both the simplicity, the casualness, and the fact that a portion of their wedding day proceeds go toward a fantastic charitable cause.

The below pop-up takes place at the lakeside chapel located at The Henley Room. With its lakeside views and charming cottage-like atmosphere, it si the ideal location for capturing breathtaking portraits by the water. Scroll down and see all the magnificent details for yourself.

Note: If you’re digging this idea, The Pop-Up Chapel Co. is coming back to this waterfront venue in 2023! Find all the details by visiting their website.

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The Henley Room served as a blank canvas for the event planners to showcase their creativity and play with colors. Using asymmetrical wood planks and bold pops of purple and blue, the team created a watercolor backdrop inspired by the beautiful view of Lake Ontario for the whimsical Chapel design. Narcissus & Echo‘s talented florist, Maria, added vibrant and romantic florals to bring the design to life, perfectly complementing the blue and purple hues that filled the Chapel. The couple’s intimate ceremony space was set to the sweet sound of The Next Level Entertainment duo. Officiants Leonard Nolasco, Kelley Potter, Jonny Belinko Wedding Officiant made the ceremony heartwarming and intimate, allowing the couples to exchange their vows with ease. After walking down the aisle as newlyweds, the team toasted the couples with sparkling fresh wines.

Olivia Yang Cake Studio‘s matched the décor perfectly and came in delicious flavors like salted caramel and chocolate chai. The Chapel treats continued with a Purplesful Snacking popcorn bar and melt-in-your-mouth delicious Courage Cookies.

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The event was able to donate a total of $4200 to two charitable organizations, Sick Kids Hospital and Afghan Women’s Organization, thanks to the wonderful couples who chose to get married in the Pop-Up Chapels and the talented vendors who helped make the event a success. Sick Kids is Canada’s largest hospital-based child health research institute dedicated to improving the health of children, while Afghan Womens Organization works to improve the quality of life and promote the social and economic inclusion of refugees and immigrants who have experienced wars and persecution. The Pop-Up Chapel team was thrilled to leave a meaningful legacy on behalf of the couples and share the love they received and witnessed at the Chapels.

Rita Kravchuk

Evelynn & Tum

Heather & Igor

Laura & Tyler

Frances Rose West Photography

Stephanie & Michael

Devika & Kyle

Lucy & Michael

Priti & Mani

Rachael Reid Photography

Allison & Nader

Rachel & Kelvin

Ursula & Alex 

The Organic Moment Photography

Christiana & Theran

Bobo & Dave

Alison & Bill

Jennifer & Joshua

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