Saturday, July 11, 2009

Wedding Transportation - Wedding Carriages and Vintage Cars


Most people would rather not drive to their wedding themselves, so instead they rent limousines to get them around for the day. If you do want to rent a limo, you may want to consider having only a pickup/drop off service rather than having the driver wait through the entire event. This can end up saving you quite a bit of money.

What options do you have when choosing your weddingtransportation? Actually, more than you might imagine:
  • If you have a small wedding party or if price is a
    concern, a chauffeured Town Car is
    typically less expensive than a chauffeured limousine.

  • If you want to stick to the old standards, a
    stretch limousine is always appropriate.
    But, if you need more room you can get the larger SUV
    models that are designed as extra-long Hummers or
    Expeditions
    .

  • If you want something extra formal or classy you can
    rent a Rolls Royce.

  • If you want something less formal but still flashy, you
    may want to rent an expensive sports car or a
    vintage car. A Mustang, Cadillac
    or Lamborghini
    would create quite an
    entrance.

  • For a real fairytale wedding, nothing does it quite
    like a romantic horse drawn carriage for
    two
    . this option can be very expensive. Before
    handing over your money, thought, we recommend seeing the
    carriage for yourself in advance to make sure it lives up
    to your expectations.
Before you sign on the dotted line, make sure you ask the following questions:
  • Is the deposit refundable if we need to cancel for any
    reason?

  • Is gratuity included in the price?

  • Will there be any food and a bottle of champagne?
Also be sure to work out the exact times the drivers should show up and make sure they have detailed directions to all locations. And, make sure you have your transportation show up well in advance. Plan to leave a little early to avoid any possible delays. While it is expected and traditional for the bride to arrive a little tardy, you don't want to spend hours sitting in a traffic jam on your special day.

1 comment:

Melesha said...

I think horse drawn carriage is much better than the traditional limo.