In order for the wedding celebration to go flawlessly and leave only pleasant memories, its key moments must be prepared carefully and thoughtfully. One of the elements that make up the wedding style is transport for the newlyweds and guests.
Decide how many cars you will need on your wedding day and how much they should hold. Transport at the wedding appears throughout the entire celebration: the groom arrives to the bride in a limousine, goes with her to the place of the ceremony, then for a walk with a photo session. After the banquet, guests need to get home, and the newlyweds need to go to the place of their first night.
The best option would be to order transport for the newlyweds and guests in the same company. There are minibuses in almost any large company, so when choosing a service provider, start from a car that has higher requirements - a limousine or a car for the heroes of the occasion themselves. Depending on the style of the wedding, your tastes and the number of guests you want to see in the same salon with you, choose a limousine, a retro car or an executive car.
Arriving at the office of the car rental company, ask to show you the car fleet. If the service provider refuses to do this, do not rush to conclude a contract with him - most likely, this is just an intermediary who uses cars of other companies, and this promises you overpayment and higher risks. Therefore, it is worth contacting large offices with a good reputation. Make sure that externally and internally the car fully corresponds to the declared description, has a presentable appearance without defects. Find out on what terms the decorations for the wedding procession are provided.
Calculate the rental time you need from pick-up to arrival at the final destination (most likely, this will be the venue for the banquet). Consider the average speed of the limousine - about 40 kilometers per hour - and the level of traffic congestion on your route. Make sure that the registration numbers of the vehicles you have selected are indicated in the rental agreement. Then the distributor will provide exactly these cars or, in case of unforeseen technical difficulties, the models that are as close to them as possible. Limousine breakdowns are not common, but you need to be mentally prepared for such a turn of events.