Pop Knot: Your Wedding Created for You

Story by Lizz Dawson for YRK Magazine

You’ve heard of pop-up shops, pop-up food markets and even pop-up art installments … but what about a pop-up wedding? Think about all the glamour of a regular wedding and all the ease of a quick courthouse ceremony molded into one intimate, stress-free occasion.

Pop Knot is a wedding-planning service created by sister businesses that operate as all vintage event rental and event planning companies: Barnwood and Blush, On A Lark, and Lilac and Lace. Pop Knot designs and styles your day along with photographers, florists, caterers, an officiant and musicians at intimate local wedding venues. Pop Knot specializes in creating the wedding you’ve always envisioned, detail by detail, at only a fraction of both the cost and the hassle.

Here’s How It Works

In their words, you bring “your honey, yourself, a marriage license and some cool threads.”  They’ll provide everything else, such as:

  • A handcrafted, luxury-styled venue
  • On-site wedding planner
  • Photography coverage that includes digital access and a soft-bound album
  • Bouquet, boutonniere and floral décor
  • Marriage officiant
  • Customized, live acoustic music for the ceremony and reception
  • Catered reception with hors d’oeuvres, a drink station and a personal-sized wedding cake

The average wedding in south-central Pennsylvania costs $32,000, but Pop Knot arranges your whole extravaganza for somewhere between $3,000 to $5,000, depending on the details and location of your unique ceremony.

They offer various location options to choose from periodically, such as Historic Shady Lane in Manchester and Steam Into History in New Freedom. You pick one of their prescheduled time slots, select the dress and suit of your dreams and provide a 50 percent deposit. Then bring your marriage license along with 25 friends and family, and they do the rest. It’s the future of weddings.

Now Follow Along

Follow Pop Knot on Instagram or Facebook for all their location details for upcoming pop-ups.

13 Jul