Pi is a mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter which is about 3.14159 – hence Pi Day is celebrated on 3.14 – March 14. On March 15, &pizza is making over their Federal Hill eatery into a pop up wedding chapel(think Las Vegas style): flowers, music and of course, pizza PI for all the wedding guests.
This is not the first year that &pizza has become a lasting memory to numerous couples married under the &pizza sign, but it is the first year that it is happening at their Baltimore location. Back in 2015, eager couples got in queue at the &pizza in Washington, D.C. for the inaugural Pi Day Wedding Chapel. “The ampersand has always stood for connecting two things, “ and the &pizza spokesperson continued, “The annual &pizza Pi Day Wedding Chapel is a way of celebrating those values through one of the most meaningful and personal acts two people can experience.”
Interested couples can apply to reserve a wedding by filling out the form found here. Limited walk-in weddings will also be available until the shop closes. A marriage officiant will be on-site all day administering the “I do’s.”
WHEN: Pi Day, Monday, March 15, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. The shops will open to the public at 11 a.m.
WHERE: &pizza Federal Hill, 1201 South Charles St, Baltimore, MD
Follow &pizza on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook at @andpizza, and visit their site at www.andpizza.com
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