What separates a wedding car from any other normal vehicle on the road? For starters, wedding transportation tends to be a grand affair. Apart from a presidential motorcade, only a wedding will attract a medium to long procession of fuel guzzlers slowly making its way to a venue. The best vehicles are usually left for weddings, the sort provided by Whitehorse Limousine and Car Hire.
The next way to pick out a wedding car from a crowd is its appearance. Yes, they are shiny limousines, Benzes and state of the art Range Rovers but beyond this, the decorations are a dead give away. There are many ways to go about making over a car for its special assignment.
Flowers are by far the most preferred method of adding that “it” element to wedding cars. The hood is the perfect spot to place a giant wreath while the car handles provide the opportunity to play around with flower corsages. Different color floral arrangements can be toyed with in order to complement individual vehicle colors. The theme of the wedding should also be a factor to consider.
Not so practical on modern roads and highways. Nobody wants to get arrested on their wedding day for causing a public disturbance. Feel free though if it’s in the countryside or a more secluded location. Cans are a long standing American tradition where they are dragged behind a getaway wedding car with the inscriptions “Just Married” plastered on the bumper.
Banners and Posters
A banner or poster with a few words will do the trick for a couple that wants to advertise something to the world. Definitely better than using spray cans.
Ribbons and Bows
This is another stunning alternative for sprucing up a wedding car. A large bow on the roof, hood or boot of a limo or a vintage car brightens the big day and looks splendid in photos.
Another timeless classic. And cheap to boot. Balloons, strings and duct tape and you are good to go. No tape on the window though!
Disclaimer: Don’t go too wild on a hired vehicle. Remember to ask how far you are allowed to go. The same etiquette applies to vehicles belonging to second and third parties.