Classic & New Wedding Transportation Options

Posted by on Dec 2, 2015 in Wedding tips |

white limo weddingDoes your big day call for a white stretch limo, party bus or both? Horse-drawn carriage or vintage car? We’ve asked the company offering wedding and party transportation services in Savannah, Georgia (check their website: to give us their tips and tricks about new wedding wheels trends!

Party Buses – For those couples who don’t want to wait until their guests get to the reception to start celebrating, party buses are the best idea! You can invite up to 40 people per bus (approximately) and have the ride, music, lights and a bar.

Stretch Limo – It’s a classic option that combines function, formality, enough room and a sleek design. White or black stretch limousines make everyone feel like VIP and that’s why it’s still one of the most favorite wedding transportation options around the world. Most limos hold up to 10 passengers, so you can invite your parents or bridal party to ride along with you.

Horse & Carriages – If you’ve picked the princess wedding gown and you want your big day to look like a fairy-tale, think about really romantic ending in a horse-drawn carriage. They can fit between 2 and 6 passengers, so you can even bring someone along. For the ultimate royal-style experience, rent several carriages for all your wedding guests. If it’s too vintage for you, consider pedi-cabs, since they are emerging as a kind of metropolitan carriage; they present a playful getaway ideal for the city birds who love both modern and classic feel.

Guest Shuttles – Shuttle or charter buses hold up to 60 passengers and they are perfect way to take all your family and friends to and from the event, especially if the wedding venue is not exactly in your area. In addition, it’s a lovely chance to leave a personalized gift for your guests on each seat. Vintage trolleys are also worth considering if the trip is a brief one across the town; they make mesmerizing photo backdrops.

Bottom line, your options are numerous! You have to take your wedding style, location and number of your guests into account and I’m sure you’ll make the right decision about your own wedding wheels.