You can get married at Brooklyn pizzeria L’Industrie this Valentine’s Day

Now that would make a very memorable wedding.

Popular Brooklyn pizzeria L’Industrie is transforming into a pop-up chapel this Valentine’s Day and New Yorkers with a flair for creation can get married there by booking their nuptials through OpenTable.

Fair warning: There are only 14 spots available, so you’re going to want to book your event now here. Submit quickly!

The “elopement experience” will cost you a total of $600 – a fraction of the price of a more traditional New York wedding – and will take place in a heated outdoor space that has been transformed into a “magical pop-up chapel, decorated in style to commemorate this moment in your life.” The price also includes an officiant, two pizzas, a soft for all and a photographer.

Speaking of the officiant: L’Industrie’s pizza maker, Céline Eid, will do the honours. The pop-up chapel was actually his idea! Obviously, restaurateurs Nick Baglivo and Massimo Laveglia totally agreed.

If you’ve already tied the knot but don’t want to miss out on this very NYC experience, don’t worry! You can also book a vow renewal ceremony for $600. A total of 20 guests will be allowed to attend the “modern and inclusive 10 minute” ceremony (if you don’t want to write your own vows, you can choose from a bunch of “pre-defined” ones!) includes all the same benefits of the elopement experience.

While the February 14 deals at L’Industrie seem super cool and unique, we understand that wedding bells don’t necessarily ring for everyone, which is why we have a few lists ready for you. Here are the best restaurants for Valentine’s Day dinner in New York, as well as the best things to do in town on the day of love and a list of the most romantic restaurants in town. We’d also like to remind you that New York is home to two of the most romantic restaurants in the entire country.

Are you ready to share a pizza with your heart on this V Day?

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