Classic wedding special car hire Our surprise wedding transport arrangements were really successful and we thought it may be helpful to anyone thinking of planning something similar to consider a few points to ensure things go smoothly.
try not to leave booking your car until the last minute – you are then more likely to get the car of your dreams
make sure your car supplier knows who is ‘in on the secret’. We always phone/email clients a few days before the ceremony, after we have carried out our practice run, to check on any last minute requests, so it is important to know who knows about the ‘secret’. Classic wedding special car hire
we always ask for a phone number for a contact person for the wedding day (other than the bride and groom). We have had Mums/Dads and sisters take on this job but whoever it is they need to be good organisers. We liaise with them on the day so they can tell us what is happening inside the house and what time the bride will be out. Also its a contingency should something go wrong.
organisation is key to springing a successful surprise. We normally arrive early (usually 30 mins) on the wedding day but ‘hide’ nearby so as not to alert neighbours or family. We rely on our contact person to ensure there is adequate parking outside the house (the Regent is a large car) and to tell us the exact time to arrive at the house. When we arrive at the house and ring the doorbell, the contact person ensures that it is the bride who opens the door to see a Chauffeur and beautiful wedding car waiting for her. Classic wedding special car hire
Finally, if you are arranging the surprise, carefully consider what to tell the unsuspecting bride/groom. Zoe was told she was getting one of her friends Holden’s, her face was worth a million dollars when she saw ‘Genevieve’ Classic wedding car hire pull up to take her and her father to the wedding ceremony.
- Book Early
- Make sure the car company know who is in on the secret
- Provide a contact person who is a good organiser (and can obviously keep a secret)
- Ensure there is adequate parking for the wedding cars
- Carefully consider what ‘story’ you tell the bride/groom in the lead up to their big day and on the day itself