5 Transportation Mistakes You Should Avoid

Posted by on Jun 27, 2015 in Managing Wedding |

wedding transportationsExperienced event planners know the importance on getting people around properly. We have asked experts from a wedding limousine rental in Vancouver, BC to give us a piece of advice on wedding transportation and here’s what we have found out. So, if you’re looking for a hitch-free wedding day ride, you should try to avoid these common wedding transportation mistakes. 

1 – Not hiring the pros. If you leave this organizing task to your guests, you’ll end up worrying about coordination a different ride with separate cars. On the other hand, if you hire professional transportation, you’ll get no-hassle wedding ride. Plus, you’ll have tons of stylish option, such as party buses, stretch limos and old-timers.

2 – Not reading the contract right. Omissions and errors on a rental contract might lead to no-show or late ride. Also, you could end up being extra charged if some member of your wedding party makes bubbly stains. So, make sure you double-check the pickup location(s), date, hours; model, color and make of the car and refund and cancellations policies.

3 – Leaving out wedding photographers. I’m sure you want those lovely shots of you and your partner on the way to that lovely wedding ceremony, as well as the first moments of you as a married couple. You won’t have those images if you don’t save a seat (or two) in your wedding limo for a wedding photographer.

4 – Considering only the standard stretch limo. Your guests will most likely remember your getaway vehicle and it’s alright if a white limo matches your wedding (and personal) style. However, a sleek silver Rolls-Royce might complement your wedding theme more! So, don’t consider renting only the typical option, since there are countless ways to get everyone around in style.

5 – Don’t taking the traffic (and other delays) in account. If you don’t want to have a day with awkward pauses and rushed traveling, figuring out travel routes and times ahead of time will do the trick. Just add approximately 20-30 minutes to all your day-of routes and your wedding will flow effortlessly from one task to another.