Tip #1: Consider All The Driving For The Day
When you’re in the haze
of wedding planning, it seems like every little detail is a major
decision. Unfortunately, a lot of the major decisions are forgotten
in the process, like transportation. How are you, your bridal party
and the other key people in your wedding getting around on your big
Big entrances and
beautiful exotic wedding limos go together like, well you and your
significant other. The question is though, how will you get from the
ceremony to the reception? How will you get from your reception to
your hotel or home?
When you’re planning your wedding discuss the multiple distances, you’ll need transportation for throughout the wedding day, not just for the big arrival.
Tip #2: Book Online
Nothing is as convenient as ordering online. The reason that this tip is on here though is that you can have a copy of your reservation and confirmation on your phone or computer. When you book online, screenshot the details of your order and your confirmation information.
That way this
information is easy to find and access at any point in time. Bonus
points go to the bride or groom who shares this screenshot and keeps
other key people in the loop.
Tip #3: Ask For A Route “Backup” Plan
It might seem strange because you might typically trust a driving service to know the immediate area well. A route plan should have the best route to get you front one place to another, with a backup plan for heavy traffic, accidents or other unseen road issues.
Unexpected things happen, and wedding days seem to be prime time for the unforeseen to happen. Backup plans are essential.
Tip #4: Research Your Limo Service
Not every service is everything that you would expect, and some are outright disappointing. Ask questions before you commit to that service.
- Can you decorate the vehicle?
- Are photos permitted?
- Is the car you select what you’ll see on your wedding day?
- Is that the car you want in many of your wedding photos?
- Will everyone fit?
With fun and classy
limo ride, transportation will be a breeze, but if you run into
issues like the wrong limo showing up it can put a damper on the
Tip #5: Decide Who Needs Transportation
While the bride and the bridal party will usually get the benefit of a limo arrival, how will you transport everyone else? Then there’s the concern of multiple venues. How will your bridal party go from ceremony to reception if you newlywed’s want a private ride?
When accounting for transportation plan for:
- Wedding party
- Both sets of parents
If you’re exceptionally considerate, many couples plan to transport the out of town guests as well. Does this seem like too much? Don’t worry because you don’t need to provide transportation for everyone on this list if it doesn’t fit into the budget.
couples, you can consider renting a party bus rather than planning
out separate transportation for so many people. Or, you could opt to
use the limo service as a private way to indulge with your new
spouse. The ride from the ceremony to reception can be great for
catching your breath before the party starts.
Tip #6: Book Well Ahead of Time
That spring wedding dream falls right in the midst of Prom and graduation season, so be sure to schedule at least three months in advance. For other seasons there is a little more leeway.