We were there: The Pop-Up Chapel

Couples got married in the center of the world (or at least Manhattan).

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  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

  • Photograph: Grace Chu

Photograph: Grace Chu

Last weekend, a pair of eye-popping structures designed by contest winners ICRAVE and Z-A Studio appeared near Columbus Circle in Central Park. These were the two temporary chapels under which 24 lucky couples were hitched—for free—in honor of the passage of marriage equality in New York. Interested in tying the knot in a city park yourself? It's easier (and cheaper!) than you might think. Click here for more info.

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