6 Wedding Tips to Ensure a Stress Free Day!
You've got lots of decisions to make and arrangements to coordinate for your wedding day. There are some helpful tips to consider when reserving transportation to cover all aspects of your wedding celebration.
Don’t wait until the last minute Your wedding to-do list is long, but don’t overlook the detail of choosing transportation for your big day! Start looking for your Nashville limousine service 2-3 months before the wedding day. Make sure to consider the time of year you will be getting married. Limousines are in high demand during prom season, the busy summer wedding months, and vintage vehicles are limited in Nashville.
Consider how the bridal party will be transported the day of the wedding There are several different configurations for transporting the bridal party to the wedding. It is customary for the bride to ride with her parents to the wedding and for the groom to ride with his attendants. A third vehicle will carry the bride’s attendants. After the wedding, the best man and maid of honor often ride with the bride and groom while the rest of the attendants ride in the second vehicle. The family follows in the third vehicle. These vehicles can vary in size from a Vinatge Rolls Royce to a sedan or even a full size bus to transport the guests.
Decide what types of transportation you’ll need There are a lot of options available to you for your Nashville wedding transportation. Not only can you choose traditional wedding limousine service, but there are a multitude of vehicles available that all serve different needs. You may want to arrange shuttle service for out of town guests from Nashville International Airport to the hotel, transport all of your guests from the ceremony to the reception, or offer transportation home for guests that have drank alcohol at the wedding and can’t drive.
Get your questions answered Ask for specifications on all available vehicles; including size, how many people it comfortably sits, colors, makes, and models. You can visit the vehicle fleet in person or ask for pictures. Request information about the chauffeur’s uniform and confirm details about what is included with the vehicles you selected.
Cover all your bases A reservation simply isn’t enough, insist on a written contract or confirmation that includes the date, schedule, makes and models of all vehicles, vehicle colors, and rates. Double check the contract to make sure that gratuity, taxes, and fuel surcharges are included. You don’t want to be surprised on your wedding day when the limo company requests extra payment. Having the contract may not be enough, confirm with the limousine company that you are still on their schedule two months and two weeks before your wedding.
Dot all your I’s, Cross all your T’s In your confirmation communication with the company make sure you provide the detailed schedule of your wedding day. Confirm they have correct addresses for all venues and the name of each person they will be transporting.
Don't be left wondering how you (or your bridal party) will get to the wedding, take care in planning your wedding transportation so you can focus on your big day and all the fun you've planned!
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