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Once Upon A Vow won 2018 Best of Weddings


Are you getting married in NYC?

Want your wedding ceremony to be an unforgettable lovestruck experience of epic proportions? Of course you do!


What's it like to work with us?!


We'll Talk. I'll Write. You'll Get Married


1. Contact Us

You can email me at daniela@onceuponavow.com with your names, wedding day, wedding venue, and how you found me.


You can also complete the form on the Say Hola page and I’ll respond within 24 hours on weekdays or 48 hours on weekends, 'coz weekends are for weddings.


2. Complete a Short Questionnaire

You’ll receive a sweet and saucy questionnaire to complete prior to our scheduled talk to gain some basic information from you and a glimpse into your story. I’ll use the information you provide in the questionnaire as a starting point to our more in depth conversation.


3. We’ll Talk

This is where the fun begins! The questionnaire is simply a starting point so I know the basics of you two and what you’re looking for in your ceremony. Once we schedule a time to speak over coffee or through Skype, we'll dive into all the wonderful pieces of your story. The more you share, the easier it is for me to write an originally crafted ceremony that feels every bit like you both.


4. Contract and Payment

To book the date and time, you will simply sign a contract via Honeybook, place the deposit with the remaining payment to be completed one week prior to your wedding date.


5. Check-In and Review

Given our in depth conversation where I learned about all things you, your love, and your stories, I will draft your ceremony sending you either a ceremony outline or the full script for you both to review.


6. Arrival and Signing

I'll arrive approximately one hour prior to the start of your wedding time and coordinate with either your wedding planner or venue coordinator to ensure that your ceremony begins on time and runs smoothly. Based on your wedding day schedule, we will determine if it is best to sign your wedding license before or after your ceremony.


7. Submitting your Marriage License

You're officially married, but the City Clerk still needs to file your license and mail you your official marriage certificate. I will scan and email a copy of your signed marriage license before I submit it to the City Clerk's office. If you received your license anywhere in New York City's five boroughs, I will deliver your license in person on the very first weekday following your wedding. Otherwise, it will be mailed in the envelope they've provided.