Now there's a way to say "I Do" behind the dashboard.
An Australian company that just started offering elopement and wedding services 10 weeks ago, has launched in New York City with the "I Do Drive Thru."
The 20-minute service (with a $400 price tag, which is not bad considering how much weddings cost these days) can take place anywhere in New York City, including your home. But the real gold is that you can get married in your car.
You don't even have to take off your seatbelt to tie the knot.
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OMG the gorgeous Hannah & Elyse are our ultimate #weddinggoals, - sipping champagne in the back of @mrmustanghire's powder blue Mustang, in the South West region of WA. Mr Mustang Hire are offering the most amazing half price deals to our @idodrivethru couples. So if you're getting married with us in WA we can highly recommend them for a Win Win deal. The business caters to the wedding industry but also works with special events, point-to-point transfers, tours, photo shoots, films & commercials. So, if you need a little special attention on your wedding day, this one's for you! . Amazing pic by @kellyharwoodphotography Thankyou 🚙🚙🙏🙏 . #idodrivethru #drivethru #drivethruwedding #mustang #bluemustang #elopewa
It works like this: the officiant meets the vehicle and vows are exchanged with the couple remaining inside their car. Paperwork and rings are passed through the windows, and voilà! You're married!
All you have to do is make an appointment on idodrivethru.us.
The local NYC officiant, Aretha Gaskin, said she thought it would be a fun way to offer weddings in the current climate.
"Stressed couples are looking for a 'no fuss, no muss' situation right now," she said in a statement. "I think they’ll love the simplicity of it all."
I Do Drive Thru says it's offering people a chance to have an affordable "Vegas style" and "retro old-school, 1950s" elopement.
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Doing anything in a car is "in" right now, given that we're all trying to social distance and being relegated to tiny gatherings. Zoom weddings just seem so bleak.
Drive-ins are making a comeback, from movies screenings to even drag shows, so it was only a matter of time until getting married was added to the list of things you can do from inside a car—aside from ordering a side of fries.
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