How to elegantly get into a wedding limo
- Firstly there is no “official” Etiquette on How to elegantly get into a wedding limo.
- If you are holding your bouquet, hand it over to your bridesmaid, mother, planner or the chauffeur before you attempt to get in the car.
- Taking someone’s hand is also a good idea. It could be the chauffeur who extends his or her hand – take it.
A wedding gown is probably heavier than your average dress, so this is no time to be independent! This will allow you to remain steady as you attempt to get into the wedding limo.
- Do not try “walking into” the wedding limo feet first. Turn around and with knees slightly bent & together sit back into the car seat (with your back facing into the vehicle). Mind your head as you drop into the seat. Then, still with knees together, swing your feet into the car. Take take of wardrobe malfunction if you have heals on. Now allow the chauffeur or maids to help gather your entire wedding gown (and your veil) before the door is closed. How to elegantly get into a wedding limo, only saying !
GETTING OUT OF THE LIMOUSINE
- Again, you are not there to open the door. Allow the chauffeur to open the door for you. At Silverlady wedding limos, we will ensure that the ground you about to step out on to is sound. You won`t have too worry about puddles, pot holes or anything unsavory. The red carpet will be rolled out for you & the tire guard is place. We will also wipe down the paint work around the door, as sometimes road dirt can be accumulate during transit.
- There is no official elegant way to exit the wedding limo. Let go of the bouquet (again), hand it over to your bridesmaid, mother, planner or chauffeur before you attempt to get out of the car.
- Start with your both feet first. Swivel your body around and place both of your feet out of the car. Then, take someone’s hand before you attempt to get out of the limousine. Or maybe your photographer would like your dad to assist you out. Twist your body slightly and with knees together swing your legs out, placing both feet firmly on the ground. Now with assistance of the hand, slowly straighten up. Also watch your head!
- Lastly, make sure your entire dress and veil are out of the car. If it is too difficult for you to grab your train and/or veil, ask for assistance.