In a shipping container, a Seattle company offers low-cost weddings.
A low-cost wedding provider in Seattle has relocated out of a shopping mall to open America’s first and only shipping container wedding chapel, according to the owner.
Shotgun Ceremonies was transferred from Pioneer Square to a shipping container at the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall, a commercial area with artist and craft companies housed in trailers, by Bronwen Stevenson, the owner.
Stevenson described her shipping container wedding chapel to KING-TV as “a little weird, a little different.” Shotgun Ceremonies is considered to be the United States’ only shipping container wedding chapel, according to her.
“It’s almost as though this trailer park is a reflection of who I am. “And with that, we went,” she continued.
The trailer park mall’s open-air aspect, according to Stevenson, makes it suitable for the COVID-19 era.
Modest weddings with a small number of guests can be had for as little as $350. She explained that some couples elope alone, while others invite a small group of visitors, both human and animal.
“Any pets are welcome,” Stevenson added, adding that he has owned cats in the past. They don’t always have the best of luck.”
Stevenson engaged Shane Cobain, an Elvis lookalike, to perform for couples planning a Las Vegas-style elopement.
Stevenson stated, “He’s also related to Kurt Cobain, and he’s a very interesting man who makes weddings incredibly fun.”
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