It is customary for the bride and her father to ride to the ceremony site together on the wedding day. You may also include some or all members of your wedding party. Normally a procession to the church begins with the bride’s mother and several of the bride’s attendants in the first vehicle. If desired, you can provide a second vehicle for the rest of the attendants. The bride and her father will go in the last vehicle. This vehicle will also be used to transport the bride and groom to the reception site after the ceremony.
There are luxury cars such as Mercedes Benz, sports cars such as a Ferraris and vintage vehicles such as 1950’s Thunderbirds or 1930’s Cadillacs. If your ceremony and reception sites are fairly close together, and if weather permits, you might want to consider a more romantic form of transportation, such as a horsedrawn carriage. Something to consider: In some areas of the country, limousines are booked on a 3-hour minimum basis. Beware: Make sure the company you choose is fully licensed and has liability insurance. Do not pay the full amount until after the event. Options: There are various options for transportation. The most popular choice is a limousine since it is big and open and can accommodate several people as well as your bridal gown. You can also choose to rent a car that symbolizes your personality as a couple.