The Tiny Chapel is a cute little towable structure, created by Richmond, Virginia's Bil Malbon, that is designed for couples looking for a nice little affordable place in which to exchange vows. This working chapel has a total floorspace of 9.2 square meters, which will give it enough room to house the couple plus around 20 guests.
The Tiny Chapel is clad in wood and looks like a legit chapel, even sporting a detachable spire that can be removed for transport. A steel frame offers structural support. While the chapel seems to be very tiny -- as its name suggests -- it still bears room for a small service area complete with a toilet and sink.
With more and more couples these days looking to enjoy intimate weddings rather than over-the-top extravaganzas -- and hoping not to spend a fortune either -- this Tiny Chapel might just be the thing of the future.
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