Five tips for the perfect journey on your wedding day


If you’re getting married, you may well have booked luxury wedding transport to take you and your loved ones to the venue on your special day. But kicking things off with a memorable journey isn’t just about choosing the right vehicle. To help you plan, here are our top tips to travelling without a hitch on your wedding day.

  1. Be prepared
    All the planning in the world can quickly go down the drain if you’re not ready for your wedding car, and a delay this early in the day could have disastrous knock-on effects. So to make your journey as stress-free as possible, make sure that your whole party is ready in good time – and maybe even plan a 15-minute window for any last minute panics!
  2. Don’t be late
    Even if you’ve left on time, it’s always possible that traffic and accidents can hold you up you enroute. And while you can never predict such possibilities, you can be prepared for them. In fact, we recommend adding an extra 10-20 minutes on to your journey time to allow for any unpredictable delays.
  3. Book the right car
    Nothing will ruin a journey quicker than being cramped and uncomfortable – particularly when you’re all dressed in your finest clothes. To avoid starting the day on a sour note, make sure that your wedding car has ample space for everyone to sit comfortably – and enough room to raise a toast.
  4. Pop the bubbly
    Speaking of toasts, your wedding transport is the perfect place to get the celebration started. But do you really want to be thinking about chilling Champagne with everything else that’s on your plate? Instead, why not make life easier and speak to your hire company about providing a chilled glass of bubbly for all your party? Then all you need to do is kick back and let the fun begin!
  5. Pump up the tunes
    What better way to get yourself in the party mood then by blasting out your favourite tunes? These days, most wedding cars will come with a sound system as standard – and some even boast state-of-the-art equipment. To avoid last-minute hassle, liaise with your hire company
    beforehand and supply them with the soundtrack to your wedding day.

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