Look what UBER followers did - they got HITCHED!
For those who are spontaneous or really don’t have the time to plan out their wedding, here is a novel idea from UBER. In honour of Pride week in San Francisco, UBER has decided to celebrate Love. As their website quoted:
"This Saturday, weddings are on demand. Whether you and your partner have considered tying the knot for years or are just feeling a spark of spontaneity — we’re here to help start you on your new adventure."
UBER provided instructions on their site:
- Open the app on Saturday, June 28 between noon – 6pm
- Select UberWEDDING and drop the pin where you’d like the ceremony
- If accepted, your wedding will be en route
- Bring your own vows, or we can provide them for you
- Make sure you have the documents necessary for a marriage license
- From arrival to “I do” will take 45 – 60 min
Your wedding can be as large or as intimate as you’d like, so let your family and friends know if you intend to request. In the spirit of the season, there’s no charge for the ceremony and your honeymoon is covered, too. Demand may be high, so if you’re not confirmed on the first try, keep at it!
SAYING “I DO”
When your UberWEDDING arrives, we’ll get started right away. You’ll first work with our on-site notary to obtain your marriage license. Once the license is official, the violinist will begin to play and the ceremony will commence!
You’ll walk down an aisle surrounded by flowers from Bloom That and candles from bella j. After you both say “I Do,” we’ll celebrate with dessert from SusieCakes, cheers with champagne from Iron Horse and you’ll receive a gift bag from L.
In the weeks after your nuptials, our friends at HotelTonight and Alaska Airlines are providing flights and accommodations for your honeymoon. They’re proud to help you celebrate your marriage with the person you’re sharing your new life with.
We realize that marriage is a massive decision and we’re sure you may have questions! If you’re curious about UberWEDDING, please send us a message here.
As far as I know this service was only available in San Francisco and for a particular weekend at this stage. But with the rate UBER is growing internationally I am sure it won’t be long before this service is world wide.
You go UBER!