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Wedding Transportation: Three Valuable Tips

Posted on: April 17, 2014
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The day you get married should be joyous and worry free. The last thing that you and your guests want to worry about is how they will get to and from the wedding venue. We know that weddings differ from ceremony to ceremony. Whether you are having a large wedding and need parking for hundreds of guests, or you are expecting a wild evening where able drivers will be in short supply, the following tips will make transportation for your wedding a breeze.


1. Plan Ahead

You should try to book your wedding day transportation at least six months before the date of your wedding. In large cities such as Washington, DC and Baltimore, transportation vehicles are in high demand. Spring is a busy time of year for transportation services, so you may want to try setting up your transportation 8 or 9 months ahead of time. Contacting a parking and transportation service in advance will give you one less thing to worry about as the wedding approaches.

 2. Consider All of Your Guests

Weddings are a big deal. People travel from across the country (or even the world) in order to be a part of your special day. You want to make sure that everybody’s day is enjoyable from start to finish. That means providing transportation options for all of your guests. Here is what you don’t want: your wedding was perfect, everything went smoothly, but when it was time to leave, there was a struggle outside to secure a ride back to the hotel or afterparty. A wedding letting out shouldn’t remind you of the mad scramble for a ride after a football game or rock concert. If your guests are worrying about transportation, then they aren’t going to focus on the important parts of the wedding, and people may try to leave early.

 3. Provide Comfortable Transportation for Your Bridesmaids and Groomsmen

You aren’t required to give your bridal party a lift to your wedding, but making the offer is a basic courtesy. Think about it, the bridesmaids and groomsmen are your closest friends and family members. The whole point of the wedding should be to celebrate together with the people you care about, so why wouldn’t you want them to be together with you the whole time? Traditionally, a limo or two should have room enough for your closest friends and family, making wedding transportation easy. This is your chance to show how much you appreciate their support, and a ride in a sleek limousine can say a lot.

Above all else, remember that your wedding is your special day. You want others to share your happiness and have a great experience on your wedding day. Providing great wedding transportation will always be appreciated, and if you choose the right transportation service you can sit back and let professionals handle the stress for you.

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