Wolfville Welcomes Vegas-Style Wedding Chapel
Wolfville, Nova Scotia has something a little bit different on offer for couples planning their nuptials. Those who are eager to walk down the aisle now have the option of doing so at Wolfville Wedding Chapel, a newly opened venue that offers couples and their wedding guests all of the glitz of a Vegas-style chapel.
The chapel was opened by Justice of the Peace, Sarah Anderson. She has said that opening a Vegas-style chapel is a dream that she has had for a long time now. After travelling to Vegas and witnessing the kitschy, fun aspects of in-and-out weddings, she knew that it was something that she needed to introduce to Wolfville. Anderson has plenty of experience when it comes to weddings to be being in tune with what couples want and what the new trends are, having previously created East Coast Pop Up Weddings. The company helps to plan elopements and small wedding packages throughout the region.
A Different Kind Of Wedding Celebration
Janette Downie, the wedding chapel photographer, expressed her excitement about the opening of the Wolfville Wedding Chapel. She said that she believes it to be an amazing concept, as it offers couples an experience that is unique and different as opposed to a lot of the other weddings that she has photographed over the years.
Furthermore, choosing to get married at Wolfville’s chapel offers simple, stress-free alternatives to traditional weddings. Couples will be able to choose the package that best suits them, along with a date and time. However, one thing that Ms Anderson does advise is that couples obtain their marriage licenses from the province of Nova Scotia before attempting to host their special day at the chapel.
The Perfect Addition
Business owners near the Wolfville Wedding Chapel agree that the establishment makes for the perfect addition to the town’s charm and culture. Lynda MacDonald, Co-President of the Wolfville Business Development Corporation’s Board of Directors, said that she is thrilled with the business idea. She said that while being practical, the idea is also fun and kitschy, yet neat and classy.
The wedding venue features everything that one would expect from a Vegas-style chapel, including cheetah décor, disco balls, neon lights and a statue of the King of Rock’n’roll himself, Elvis Presley. It also features a photo booth so that brides, grooms, and all of their guests can capture lasting memories together.