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Oak Park pop-up store transforms into wedding chapel

Display is a pop-up store that opened last year in the Broadway Triangle complex in Oak Park. Every six to eight weeks, the store sells new items. The items for sale are mostly locally crafted, by small businesses that do not have their own store fronts. Photographed December 10, 2014.
Display is a pop-up store that opened last year in the Broadway Triangle complex in Oak Park. Every six to eight weeks, the store sells new items. The items for sale are mostly locally crafted, by small businesses that do not have their own store fronts. Photographed December 10, 2014. apayne@sacbee.com

Display: California, the perpetually changing pop-up store at 3433 Broadway in Sacramento’s Oak Park neighborhood, will open its wedding chapel next Wednesday.

Overseen by Sacramento entrepreneurs Roshaun and Maritza Davis, the pop-up wedding chapel is scheduled to operate through March 22.

The Display store opened in late November, showcasing the creations of 40 merchants and designers under the store name Holladay. Seasonal and other merchandise, about 90 percent of it made in Sacramento, included jewelry, housewares, footwear, clothing, crafts and toys.

During January, the Davises started to convert the site into a wedding chapel with related services. The chapel has a seating area and will be available for weddings, as well as a venue to renew vows or host special gatherings. On-site wedding/ceremony packages range from $300 to $1,800.

The Display concept aims to change out the pop-up store with a new theme and appearance every six to eight weeks. It also acts as a sort of miniature small-business incubator, where prospective local entrepreneurs can get a taste of running an enterprise.

For more details, visit displaycalifornia.com or call (916) 822-4925.

Call The Bee’s Mark Glover, (916) 321-1184.

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