Think you can't have a small, super chic NYC wedding for $3500? A Pop Up Wedding will change your mind #Sponsors#eloping#new york#new york city#small wedding#wedding planner May 18 | Catherine Clark bijouxandbits This business paid a fee to be listed on Offbeat Bride because they feel their products and services are a great fit with offbeat philosophies… and we agree. Learn more about our ads. THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE is also featured in our Offbeat Vendors guide! When it comes to making wedding planning chic, fun, and SUPER EASY, there's nothing like a pop up wedding. It's like an elopement, but more styled, more fun details, and in this case, a TON done for you by a seriously professional and knowledgeable wedding planner. Yep, we're introducing one of our coolest partners, THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE, wedding planner extraordinaire, with a whole new offering you'll dig. THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE takes its inspiration from The Smiths' song "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out," which informs love for NYC-based founder and owner, Lara G. Mahler. She sets out to give amazing moments to all of her clients, including you. Lara's wedding planning services cover all the bases including officiating, month-of coordination, and full-steam planning, but one of her major goals is to make sure you don't go into debt with a spendy New York City wedding. Here's how she's making that happen with her newest offering… Introducing Pop Up Weddings! THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE is thrilled to announce their newest seasonal event, Pop Up Weddings! Pop Up Weddings are an exciting alternative to a city hall wedding or elopement, complete with some of New York City's top wedding vendors. Pop-Up Weddings are an option for couples who want to avoid all the stresses of planning a wedding, wish to be surrounded only by a small group of friends and family during their nuptials, and aren't willing to empty out their savings accounts for their special day. At the start of each season, THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE will introduce Pop Up Weddings' new event space, lineup of vendors, and available time slots. Our first ever Pop Up Wedding will take place on June 30th, 2018 at Brooklyn Cyc in Dumbo, Brooklyn. YOUR Pop Up Wedding will include: A seasonally decorated venue Up to 13 of your closest friends and family A personalized ceremony, created and performed by Lara Mahler A bouquet and boutonniere A DJ to play all of your favorite songs First Dance (Optional) Cake Cutting (Optional) Cocktail hour small bites All you can drink Prosecco A 6' Cake and desserts A photobooth for you and your guests can capture your wedding memories A take home bottle of Prosecco A THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE: Pop Up Weddings Tote bag Happy Hour at local Dumbo bar, Superfine, after your wedding time slot As an example of how awesome these weddings can be, here are the vendors for the June 30th, 2018 Pop Up Wedding: Brooklyn Cyc Photography by Hillary Katzen Weddings Three Notch Florals Momofuku Milk Bar Preserving Harvest Caterers DJ Sareen Patel Waterfront Wines Outsnapped Photobooth All for only $3,500(!) Talk about getting all you could want in a microwedding for a super efficient price. Oh, and we've got a killer deal for you, too… Reader promo! The first couple to register and mention Offbeat Bride will receive 15% off the cost of a Pop Up Wedding. What are people saying? "A Pop Up Wedding is everything you want in a wedding, without the added stress or price tag. It’s the City Hall-style wedding, but in a cool, NYC venue with a DJ, florist, bouquet, boutonniere, photographer, food, drinks, and dessert. Sorry, I have to catch my breath… It’s a day where you will be left with those nostalgic memories you will obsess over for the rest of your life. I promise to create a fun and completely stress-free experience that will not leave you in debt… that’s how the idea of THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE was conceived, and everything THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE still stands for today. – Lara Mahler, Founder of THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE" "You can tell she takes pride in her work and doesn't just consider it a job. Incredibly conscientious and I would recommend her all day every day!"- Samantha Freeman "Lara never treated us like a number and more like our wedding was her top priority. If I had to do it again, I would hire her for full planning so that I could enjoy and focus on the FUN part — making decorations! I will recommend her to all my engaged friends and hope I get to work with her again in the future. :)"- Natalie Lucas "Lara was truly a pleasure to work with. Her cool demeanor, thoroughness, and open communication really helped to make our day run as smoothly as it ever could. I can say that because of her my wedding day was perfect." – Sasinya Scott THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE is non discriminatory and welcomes everyone of all religions, races, and sexual orientations. Lara's goal is to make the planning process collaborative, fun, and stress-free, regardless of the size of your event. Are YOU totally into this Pop Up Wedding idea? Y'all know these dates are going to book up FAST, so go say hello to Lara and her team at THE PRIVILEGE IS MINE now! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark is Offbeat Bride's Senior Editor. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur baby, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Movies & mayhem at this joyful pop culture wedding (feat. a flower man!) NEXT An ultra chic high-flying hot air balloon elopement over Palm Springs Show/Hide comments [ 0 ] Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. 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