The Official Church of Marriage is a public VRChat room created by Lucifer MStar, which I found while browsing through the Community Spotlight section of their Worlds menu.
It’s a large chapel with pews and stained glass windows, all set up for a big wedding with an ivy-covered canopy. Avatars are milling around, as if they were preparing for a wedding rehearsal. I decided not to bother them.
On each side, there are doors leading to small rooms where the bride and groom can get ready. Each room has a large queen-size bed (?!). Maybe so each of them can have that one last fling before the ceremony?
This is the only church I can ever remember that has a bar and reception area located in a separate room, right behind the altar! Tables and chairs are all set up and ready for the guests.
The Official Church of Marriage is your one-stop shop for that fabulous wedding you always wanted. However, I somehow doubt that the weddings conducted here are legal 😉 .
(I still need to work out a system for taking good pictures in VRChat. The built-in camera tool in the VRChat client only seems to take panoramic photos, and I am having a bit of trouble using SnagIt, my preferred screen capture tool, while VRChat is running in my VR headset.)
UPDATE 8:40 p.m.: Ask and ye shall receive! Someone on the VRChat Discord server told me the secret to taking snapshots within my VR headset:
Screenshots for Oculus is holding left menu (button with the 3 lines) and left trigger together. For Vive its the System Button and Right Trigger simultaneously.
I am expanding my “Pick of the Day” to cover other virtual worlds. Today’s Pick of the Day is from Sinespace, it’s a sci-fi urban region called Sudin, created by Adam Frisby. Much like Sansar’s 2077 experience by C3rb3rus, it reminds me of the movie Blade Runner. There’s a suitably ominous, pulsating, futuristic soundtrack.