Pop-Up Wedding Chapel

To celebrate the passage of the State of New York's Marriage Equality Act, an architecture website named Architizer and a wedding website called The Knot held a design competition for mobile wedding chapels. Submitted designs had to be assembled in under two hours and not have a footprint greater than 2.4 meters square. Judges selected two winners, including this one by Guy Zucker called "The Kiss". It's made of two pieces of recycled honeycombed cardboard that must rely upon each other for structural support. You can see more pictures of this chapel, as well as the other winner, and happy couples who got married in them at the link.

Link -via Dude Craft | Photo by Melissa Murphy, used with permission

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The Rainbow Chapel lives on, thanks to Cloud 10 Couples! See our blog at
http://www.cloud10couples.com/?p=337 to learn more about the final resting place of this beautiful structure. We are still using it for rituals and ceremonies!
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