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4 Tips for Booking Wedding Transportation

Posted on: September 12th, 2017

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Unless your dream wedding venue is conveniently located close to where everyone you know lives, getting transportation for yourself and your guests will be a priority on your wedding day. This will guarantee that everyone gets to the venue on time and that no one is lost or stranded en route to the big event. This is no easy task, but with the right approach, you can rest assured that all transportation will go down without a hitch.

Planning a wedding can be hectic and stressful. However, from the broad experience, we have gathered at our car service in Nashville, we have listed four vital tips that will allow you to cross off ‘transportation’ from your list of headaches.

Find Someone to Run Point

Yes, we know you want your day to be perfect but, as we’ve mentioned, planning a wedding is hectic and doing it alone may simply be too much for one person. It may, therefore, be prudent for you to delegate a few individuals to specialize in organizing specific aspects of the wedding; for example, transportation.

That’s where we come in. Our limo service in Nashville is equipped with both the experience and the expertise to handle all transportation plans for your ceremony. We are perfect for the role because we are not necessarily part of the celebration and, as such, our only focus will be on ensuring that you and your guests arrive at the venue at the right time. Also, each of our trusted chauffeurs will receive a briefing before attending to you. This will guarantee that they know exactly where and when they should make pickups/drop offs, ensuring that everything runs smoothly throughout the day.

Overestimate the Headcount

If you have any experience planning an event, especially social events, you are aware that you almost never end up with the anticipated headcount.

For social events, a lot of people will confirm their attendance right at the last minute (about a week to the day) while others will be guests of guests you really hadn’t accounted for. Either way, it’s better to overestimate the headcount just to be sure that no guest in attendance is left without a seat.

Think Beyond the Limo

When organizing wedding transportation, your options are not limited to limos. Well, of course, you, the bridesmaids, the groom’s men, and other distinguished guests should have a limo, it’s your special day, right?

But you can also diversify and choose other spacious and cost-effective vehicles from our fleet. For example, we have exceptionally spacious executive vans that have a 14-seat capacity.

Book in Advance

This is required especially for vintage and high-end vehicles such as limousines. These vehicles have high demand and, ideally, you should make reservations for them six months in advance. Nothing would be worse than ruining your ‘riding off-into-the-sunset’ moment just because all the vehicles you wanted were unavailable. So sort out your transportation arrangements way ahead of time.

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