We help so many brides and grooms plan their wedding transportation.  Sometimes it's the very last thing you think of, as you don't realize the extreme important's of reliable and on-time car services on your big day! There are so many LA limo companies out there, but very few specialize in weddings.

It can be extremely exciting to plan weddings, or even just parts of it. But DIY-ing your whole celebration can also have some potential pitfalls that you should be aware of so you don't end up with issues on your special day.  If you plan in advance, and if you assign all the tasks that will need to be accomplished to someone reliable, things will go very smoothly. Ten things you should to know:

1. Try to have anything crafty that you are doing done at least a month before your special day. The 30 day mark is when things get a bit crazy and you simply won't have time for time consuming craft projects.

2. Definitely do not plan to take on any projects on your big day. You will be too busy getting ready and preparing for your walk down the isle.  Assign everything to your family and friends (or hired contractors) who are assisting you. And be sure to confirm everything a week ahead of the wedding date.

3. Have a "take-charge" friend help handle everything on your special day. You can't be the one sending the flower girls down the aisle and queing the music.

4. Do not offer or take responsibility of picking up out-of-town guests at the local airport. You don't want to spend the days leading up to your ceremony playing a LAX sedan chauffeur! That's what our wedding transportation is here for!

5. Write out your schedule, distribute it and confirm times with your vendors at least two weeks before your wedding.  Allow yourself plenty of time to iron out any kinks before the big day.

6. Make sure your marriage license requirements are fulfilled. Forgetting the legal formalities can put a damper on the whole experience.

7. Make your own personal transportation arrangements for your special day. Make sure to book from a Los Angeles limousine service to get you to your hair appointments — the church — on time. If you have a friend driving, make sure it's someone incredibly reliable!

8. If you're making your own table centerpieces, complete them as far ahead of time as possible. Flowers can be done a couple of days ahead and kept in a refrigerated environment. You shouldn't have to pull an all-nighter making flower arrangements after your rehearsal dinner.

9. Order some lunch to be delivered to you and your bridal party in advance — you will not be thinking about it on your big day because you'll be too busy and nervous to be think about food. But people get grumpy if you forget food and are together all day getting prepared.

10. Make sure you have a after party cleanup crew pre-assigned to handle whatever needs to be done at your particular venue.  Also assign someone to help take the gifts home — possibly in need of several cars. Don't wait till the last minute to deal with this kind of stuff.

We can help you plan your wedding transportation.  We are a top rated LA limo provider and if you are in need of chauffeurs for your big day, we can definitely help. A recent trend for baccalaureate parties is our Malibu wine tour or one of our many Santa Barbara tours.  We can also take care of all your out-of-town guests as they fly in and out of town. Our LAX sedan services is top notch and we will give your guests complete luxury and comfort.  As for your vehicle for your ceremony... We have you covered as well.  The day of your wedding, we will be there in the premium vehicle of your choice.  Need a stretched Hummer? A party bus? Or maybe just a sedan or a SUV? Just let us know and we have you covered.  Our Los Angeles limousine service is five star rated and we have a price match guarantee so you have nothing to lose!

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