Whether it’s a ’53 Rolls Royce, a ’38 Cadillac or ’38 Packard, there is always a sense of prestige and glamour attached to riding in vintage cars or limos. What was once reserved for the rich and famous can now be rented out, whatever the occasion may be—especially on a day as special as your wedding day.
Start the occasion right with a grand entrance, by arriving in style. Three of the top recommended classic transportations are discussed below, from the wedding blog, Bridebox:
The limo is of course the most obvious of choices, limos are comfortable, classy, and can accommodate several people. Providing your bridal party with a ride is ideal; it keeps your crew with you at all times (in case you need anything) and is the best way to make them feel like the VIPs they are.
They can accommodate your entire bridal party and any other special guests you consider VIP. Trolleys are ideal if you have some time to spare; they pick up your party from one given location and slowly transport you to your wedding venue.
Rolling in a vintage automobile is a classy and unique method to get to your wedding. It’s ideal for couples who are planning on arriving to their wedding venue by themselves, as vintage automobiles are generally smaller.
Channel vintage glamour for your special day by renting a limo in Indianapolis. Imagine the stunned faces of your family and friends upon seeing you and your spouse coming from an old Cadillac or Rolls Royce. You don’t have to be Old Hollywood’s finest to get the red carpet treatment. You can always feel like Vivien Leigh or Clark Gable on the premiere of Gone with the Wind without having to be in Atlanta.
There are Indianapolis limo services that can accommodate your needs for your wedding day, what with their vast array of choices and collection of vintage cars. Preferably, go for rentals that already provide additional services to their package so you don’t have to worry about the little details, such as insurance, or the hiring of the driver.
(Source: Top 3 Wedding Transportation Methods, BrideBox, September 23, 2013)