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Making Wedding Transportation Work

Posted on December 3, 2008 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – As your wedding day approaches, you and your spouse-to-be should consider what kinds of fabulous features you desire in wedding transportation. What accessories do you expect? Do you want a chauffeur or a classy, drive-it-yourself ride? Are you sticking with essentials or craving the extravagant? Before you make up your minds, brainstorm with the best and consider the extras you could enjoy en route to your new life together.

If you’ve always dreamed of heading to the chapel in traditional transport, you’re in luck. Almost every limousine company in the area stocks an elegant stretch Town Car in black or white, seating eight to 16 passengers. Features vary by vehicle, but typical extras include leather seats, mirrored ceilings, tinted windows, climate control, a sound system, televisions with VCRs or DVD players and a built-in bar. Some companies have a liquor license and provide alcohol, while others suggest parties bring their own drinks. Many limo services will coordinate with your color scheme, matching napkins with the hues of your bridesmaids’ gowns or offering special neon lighting. You cannot make a wrong turn with add-ons in this enduring standard.

Enthusiasts of fine motor vehicles can turn their favorite cars into wedding transportation, whether in the auto’s original state or as a limousine. For those who want to cruise onto the scene in style, a classic car makes a grand impression.

Many services also offer suave alternatives to the traditional Lincoln. One of these limos to hit the streets is the Chrysler 300. Nicknamed “The Bond Car” by Country Club Limousine, this beauty includes Lamborghini-style doors, 20-inch chrome wheels and a Bentley mesh grill.

SUV-style limousines have exploded in popularity as the transport option for fun-loving newlyweds. With extra seating and space, SUV stretch limos make room for 14 to 26 passengers and tons of extra features. Country Club’s seven Hummer and SUV limos include light-up disco dance floors, entertainment centers, custom paint, VIP seating and mobile satellite television.

For those who seek both an SUV’s style and a party bus’ space, Best Transportation of St. Louis’ 32 to 36-passenger luxury limo bus takes the cake. It includes ostrich-inlaid black leather couches, wood floors, strobe and laser lighting, star lighting and a plasma TV on the back wall. Add that to in-house iPod video with current top-20 music videos, and you and your sweetheart - and two dozen of your closest friends - couldn’t ask for more.

Source: STLtoday.com

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