Wedding Transportation Etiquette
Wedding Transportation Etiquette: Be Royal
Wedding transportation etiquette is the glue holding together photography shots. You will have pictures taken of you entering and exiting the vehicle. In order to make those pictures look natural follow these steps.Lets talk etiquette shall we.
- Step 1 – We are sure the scent of the bouquet is lovely. But the first step to good wedding transportation etiquette is handing over the bouquet. If you are holding your bouquet, hand it over to your bridesmaid, mother, planner or the limo driver before you attempt to get in the car. This will allow you to concentrate on smiling and gracefully getting into the limousine.
- Step 2 – Don’t hold or grasp the door which is a normal reflex when getting into a vehicle. Focus on smiling and waving. Then has you lower your head grab a hold of someone’s hand. This will give you a great sense of balance. Because you wedding gown is a much heavier and more to handle than your average dress. Therefore, use the help to balance yourself for a graceful entry into the vehicle.
- Step 3 – We caution everyone to get into the limo without stepping into the limousine. Enter “bottom” first. Then turn around (facing the driver) and sit down on the car seat first. After, bring your feet and your legs into the vehicle.
- Step 4 – Most importantly, make sure that your wedding gown is in the vehicle. Limo drivers are instructed to make sure that the veil or wedding gown are inside the vehicle prior to driving off or shutting the door. Better safe than sorry. Again make sure the entire gown, train, and veil are secure. If it is too difficult for you to secure the train and your veil due its size, ask for help.
- Step 1 – It is your wedding day. Allow the driver to open the door. Remember every evet and opportunity during a wedding ceremony is your presentation. Allow yourself to be presented. Therefore, allow the driver to open the door for you so you can prepare to smile and take photographs.
- Step 2 – If you have the bouquet hand it off to someone next to you. You may also choose to lay it on the seat (that is okay as well).
- Step 3 – Limo drivers are instructed to make sure you are not walking out into mud, puddle, or a hole prior to your exit. Yet again make sure you look before you get out the vehicle.
- Step 4 – Place both feet on the ground. Turn body around to follow feet out of the vehicle. Don’t use the door to balance yourself. Grab the person’s hand. This will give you a sense of balance. Once you and your feet are align stand up out the limousine. Make sure to watch your head.
- Step 5 –Finally make sure you have got your entire dress out the limo. There will be someone there to help you hold the train and veil. If it is too heavy ask for help.
Wedding Transportation Tips
Wedding transportation etiquette tips are great to know. On your wedding day you want to focus on smiling for pictures and looking natural. This wedding transportation guide helps you accomplish those goals. If you are ready to book your charlotte mini-bus go back to the wedding transportation page. Look over these four tidbits to get the most out of minibuses and limousines used in wedding transportation:
- Wedding Guest Transportation
- Wedding Transportation Budgeting
- Wedding Transportation Etiquette (YOU ARE HERE!)
- Wedding Transportation Photography: Capturing the Moments!
|Limousine & Buses||4 Hour||6 Hour||8 Hour||10 Hour|
|20 Passenger SUV Limo||$412||$624||$836||$1048|
|24 Passenger Bus||$412||$624||$836||$1048|
|10 Passenger TownCar||$412||$624||$836||$1048|
|16 Passenger Sprinter||$412||$624||$836||$1048|
|6 Passenger Suburban||$412||$624||$836||$1048|
*We have separate pricing for Rock Hill, SC and the surrounding Charlotte-Mecklenburg county areas. Prices are subject to change without notice.