What to consider when choosing your wedding car
16 Jan 2017
Knights Wedding Cars in Surrey shares five of the main considerations when choosing your wedding car
Making a start on your wedding transport arrangements can prove a minefield. With so many options out there it’s important that you find a company and a car which meets all your requirements. Here, the team at Knights Wedding Cars offer their expert advice.
1. Check timings
Decide the exact times that you will require wedding transport for. If you are having a church service, you’ll need the transport to take you to the venue and for photo opportunities once you arrive. Even couples who are hosting the ceremony and reception in the same venue might wish to hire a wedding car for an hour or two to have some private time with one another during the big day.
2. Theme it
Choose a wedding car that suits the theme of your day. Classic cars are a popular choice because they suit all types of wedding. Knights Wedding Cars offer a selection of vintage models which match a traditional wedding perfectly. Cars can also be dressed to suit your colour scheme with ribbons and flowers as part of the package.
3. Service provision
Find out whether your chosen car company offers a chauffeur service. This will avoid the stress of finding a driver or asking friends or family members to step in – unless they want to, of course.
4. Look locally
Local firms are best placed to provide you with a personable and reliable service. Their drivers will know the areas (and wedding venues) the best, so take a look at the providers in your region when finding one that is reputable. Most venues will even be able to recommend a few local firms, so consult with them first and foremost.
5. Check availability
Wedding car companies can get booked up months in advance (especially during peak season), so it is always best to prioritise your transport to ensure you can secure the booking. Once you have found a business that can cater to all your needs, don’t hesitate to give them a call for a quote and begin the conversation.