Tips To Choose Car For Wedding Day

People are different and they express their differences in many ways, as is evident in their choice of wedding cars, for example.

Some like something traditional from the times of the vintage and classic car periods while others prefer a themed car from, say, the James Bond movies, or a very modern car that spells ”today”.

It depends on a few factors. Personality is often a good indicator of the type of car a bride, her groom and family may favor. Another is budget since not everybody can hire an expensive car for the wedding day. Whatever one’s motivation, the vehicle is most likely as important to most couples as the venue for the wedding or even the honeymoon destination.

And therefore the wedding car is important. Most people will only marry once and will therefore want to remember a lot of the detail. If your budget is very limited you may simply wash and clean your own car, or that of a friend, and use it on the big day. However, most people make sure they include a rented car in their wedding budget.

This allows them a few choices in terms of the car they want for the day, such as the rate at which it is hired, as well as the model of the car. Depending on one’s tastes and own ideas there will always be a choice of wedding cars.

Some may make it a fun experience and try and find a Kombi with hippie flowers painted all over, or an old Beetle from yesteryear, even a bus that seats many guests. The bus idea is popular for those who do not want to drive to and from the reception and rather enjoy the party while on the bus itself.

Then you get those who feel they want a real smart, classy and stylish car such as a vintage Ford, Rolls Royce or other car from the 1920’s or 1930’s. Others, still, may want a car from the 50’s or 60’s when movie stars made the coupe and sports cars popular.

Wedding cars will always have their own following depending on who the couple is. To find the car of one’s choice may not be that easy. That is why many people start looking the moment they are putting together ideas for the wedding itself. They know there are issues to deal with such as availability and budget.

They also understand that wedding cars may be more difficult to come by during summer months and weekends. To find one, the answer – if you don’t know someone who owns the car of your choice – is to contact a firm that specialises in finding and letting these wedding cars. There are a number of companies that make it their business to find couples the car of their choice.

They normally don’t own these cars but they rent them out on behalf of their owners. If you deal with a well-established firm with a good, widely respected name, you are very likely to find the car you want on your wedding day. Make sure you ask around to find out who to deal with, since no-one wants to be disappointed on their wedding day if they find that their car is not available.

Good companies know how to ensure that all arrangements surrounding hired wedding cars go smoothly, from finding the car, arranging payment and delivering it clean and beautiful to the client on the wedding day.

Some companies have been in business for many years and offer a great variety, whereas others may be smaller because they prefer to specialize in specific cars for people’s big day. Whatever your preference, make sure you never leave looking for the ideal car too late. You may not find the one that you are looking for.

How To Pick Wedding Venue

San Luis Obispo came up several times in the discussion, and one particular reason weighed in more than any other. The stylist that showed up for the wedding at Morro Bay said, “Hair is Art in my hands… ” and she was a bundle of energy. Often showing up by herself and doing hair, makeup, and presentation for bride, bridesmaids, and moms, the stylist spent long hours smiling and pleasing her customers. But what was it about the Bay that attracted so many of our brides?

Morro Bay is a coastal community featuring one main attraction, Morro Rock. The volcanic mound centered in Morro Bay State Park offers a host of attributes, but as a wedding venue, it sports the advantage of having one of the world’s most renowned wedding photographers, an incredible stylist, and the most poetic wedding feature in a hundred miles of coastline.

I had only dreamed of a Morro Bay Wedding!

Each of our brides, from a wide range of ages had spilled the same concept as we discussed wedding venues. All of them had wanted a Morrow Bay Wedding at some point in their lives, either because of a child hood vacation, a romantic interlude, or some other reason that directed them back to the bay. But it wasn’t until we met the Barden’s that we realized the whole reason for the incredible bay area romantic vision.

We watched the whales feed in the bay every summer.

The sound of big band era music lilting across the water from a wedding on the shores of Morro Bay just felt romantic. Each year we returned for the feeding of the whales, and as the sun set behind the rock, the music began. As if by magic, the feeding frenzy of the whales brough romance, bliss, and that same Los Angeles style big band music. It spoke romance in our hearts. We couldn’t resist.

We’d literally shared several years worth of evenings on the dock, watching whales jump, slap their tails, and dip deep into the water. We met there one summer, and kept going back. Nine years later, I remember seeing her against the railing, her hair tied back and sunglasses protecting her eyes. She wore a white linen sundress that blew in the breezes. I could remember seeing her every single year with her husband, then he wasn’t there. My wife had passed that year as well, and it seemed natural that we meet. A year later we were married there on the bay.

It wouldn’t have been a Bay Wedding without the Los Angeles Brass.

Dancing the night away, with the sound of whales splashing in the bay, fulfilled our romantic expectations of the perfect wedding. A lilting pianist fingering the ivories during the warm afternoon, and then a brass band in the evening, we asked for the ambiance of the Morro Bay, an elitist kind of feeling. And we got it. Every bit of our expectation was met there.

The wedding planner hadn’t recognized our requests at first, but with a little bit of encouragement he sought out every vender we requested.

Every couple had a different story to tell about their bay area wedding, and yet… Every one of them revealed the exact same story, of romance blooming on the bay. Their return to the docks to watch the whales feed, and ultimately meeting the one they loved in the shadow of Morro Bay Rock.

Without exception, we have to conclude that San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay are our absolute favorite wedding venues.