Why Does It Make Sense To Hire A Wedding Car?
Unlike what many people think, a limousine is not a brand of automobile, it is a type of car, specifically, a luxury vehicle, mostly driven by a chauffeur with a partition between the front seat and the back. Traditionally, limousines are inclined to be stretch versions of other luxury vehicles, such as Hummers and Chryslers. Limousines are a favorite option for Wedding Cars since they usually seat at least 10 people and are associate with luxury, that is the best feel for your wedding day.
Limousines are popular for bridal parties for a number of reasons. Firstly, many people go a lifetime without ever experiencing the excitement (and fun) of being driven around in a limo and doing so on your own wedding day, when you're dressed to the nines and are the centre of attention, can make it even more memorable.
Secondly, limos are extremely practical forms of transportation for large collections, like bridal parties and Wedding Car Prices suit every pocket. Most limousines will fit the whole bridal party allowing them to travel back and forth between the ceremony and reception without needing to employ multiple vehicles.
Well, believe it or not, you can let the amazingly stylish Rolls Royce Phantom from only #595 to your special day, which as far as cars go, is about as comfortable and luxurious as it gets. Or how about the lovely Bentley Continental, also offering extravagant style of an extremely cheap from #495 and with the most wedding budgets. Ask us for a Wedding Car Quote.
The best bit? You get to travel en mass - in luxury for Wedding Transport. Most limos are fitted out with extra-comfy seats, the most recent sound systems and, of course, a fridge full of champagne, making them ideal not only for wedding parties, but also hen's nights and buck's nights.
You won't need to drive yourself as each limo comes with a chauffeur. And, these chauffeurs do more than just drive. They are part of the whole luxury experience, so expect doors to open for you, refreshments to be served -- and a hearty smile and, occasionally, even a hug and kiss, when you're dropped home at the end of one of the most important and happiest days of your life.