There are many decisions to make about your big day, from the flowers to a theme, to the wedding dress to bridesmaids, ushers and venue for the ceremony and reception.
It can be difficult knowing where to go and to whom, in order that you get it right for your big day. Every wedding is different; it is the culmination of a very personal journey thus far, and the start of your personal journey together for the rest of your lives. As a result, there are no hard and fast rules of what is right and what is wrong.
Traditions and superstitions can be found in all places and points in our lives, from being given a front door key at a given age to a chimney sweep turning up at your wedding. And wedding cars are part of this tradition.
But, choosing the right wedding car company in Ayr can be a minefield and so here, we have compiled some questions to ask as you start for hunt for your wedding transport…
This is not about checking if they are a busy wedding car company in Ayr, but whether your wedding will be the only one that they do on that day.
Clearly, if it is one car doing one drop off, they may have another wedding on later that day but, what you want to find out is are the wedding vehicles you are booking are being used for your wedding only. In other words, no nipping off to drop another bride at another venue etc.
A wedding car company in Ayr is not a taxi service, but a chauffeur driven service; there is a difference.
You are essentially, looking for a proactive wedding car company in Ayr that will take an active role in helping your organise the wedding transport on your day.
This is especially so if your wedding is a large one, or there are a series of transport needed e.g. home to ceremony, ceremony to reception via various special places and so on.
You may also have a large party of people that you need transporting from one place to another; how many bridesmaids will you have? What about page boys, ushers and so on?
Although traditionally the wedding transport has always focused on the bride, modern couples are leaning away from tradition and more towards transporting the whole wedding party.
Thus, no more leaving the best man to get from A to B under his own steam…
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