Wedding Limousine Salt Lake City UT

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Park City Private Vehicles
(435) 627-3821
1670 Bononza
Park City, UT
Monday 24 Hours
Tuesday 24 Hours
Wednesday 24 Hours
Thursday 24 Hours
Friday 24 Hours
Saturday 24 Hours
Sunday 24 Hours
Car Service, Corporate Transportation, Event Transportation, Party Transportation, Wedding Transportation

Executive Transportation
(801) 293-9683
4782 Plum St
Salt Lake city, UT
Presidential Limousine Service
(801) 571-7737
362 E 9400 S
Sandy, UT
Park City Direct Shuttle
(435) 655-3010
1670 Bonanza Drive
Park City, UT
Medallion Limousine
(801) 364-8788
Salt Lake City, UT
Transportation & Limos

Dls Transportation
(801) 483-6490
240 Morris Ave
Salt Lake city, UT
D J'S Executive Image
(801) 743-0667
4400 S 500 W
Salt Lake city, UT
All Resort Express
(435) 649-3999
1821 Sidewinder Dr
Park City, UT
Powder Transport
(435) 565-1155
2818 Holiday Ranch Loop Road
Park City, UT
Celebrity Limousine Service
(801) 257-2939
350 S 200 W
Salt Lake City, UT
Transportation & Limos

Tips for Providing Transportation for Your Wedding Party, Guests

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Don’t let your special day go flat because of wedding transportation woes. After all, to enjoy your wedding ceremony or reception,you have to get there. How you choose to get from one place to the next helps set the tone of your celebration. Some planning and a little bit of effort will assure your day starts and ends without a hitch.

Transportation is something that brides often overlook(assuming that limousines are limitless and the only option). While the most popular wedding vehicle is definitely the limousine, other options include antique and vintage cars, horse-drawn carriages, trolleys, and even large buses. We recommend that you book your wedding transportation eight months to a year before your big day. Since most weddings take place on Saturdays, many limousine services are booked well in advance.

Some companies offer discounts for multiple car bookings, while others offer discounts for off-day weddings, like Fridays, Sundays or week days.

Determine how many wedding transportation vehicles you’ll need for your wedding party, family members and guests. The typical wedding has cars for the bride and bridesmaids, and a second set for the groom and groomsmen. Usually, family members and guests make their own arrangements, but a lot depends on whether private vehicles are available. If all your wedding guests are from out of town, you may want to provide a way for them to get to the ceremony and reception site.

When hiring your transportation, don’t depend on a phone call. Take time to do a personal inspection of the vehicles. Make a deposit and get a written agreement outlining the rental conditions and services you’ve selected.

When booking your wedding transportation , consider the following:

1. When calculating the number of vehicles you’ll need, factor in the additional space required for your gown,headpieces and bridesmaid dresses. Some bridal limousines have extra-wide doors to accommodate bulky wedding dresses.

2. Ask if there are packages available at preferred rates. When is your payment required, and what kinds of payment are accepted?

3. Decide what time frames you need — daytime only, day and evening, or just a few hours. Ask when your allotted time begins and when overtime charges start. See if there’s an additional charge for added mileage.

4. Book your wedding transportation vehicles for an hour or two more than necessary because a rental extension may be impossible at the last minute.


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