Very few things look more romantic than the bride arriving at her wedding venue in some form of open-top luxury limousine. Sydney is famous for its wedding backdrops and typically good weather and all those things come together to make for a wonderful display and some fantastic photos and associated memories.
We are intensely proud of our wedding limousine hire services and can make virtually any requirement that you might think of happen. In the specific case of the open-topped vehicles though there are a few things we would respectfully recommend that you keep in mind:
We blogged on this some time ago but a recent customer question has suggested it might be worthwhile re-visiting the subject.
This is another old favourite subject of ours but we saw a story recently on this that was both funny and sad. In fact, it’s similar to another such story we saw a while back.
This one related to an incident in the UK where the limousine driver concerned managed to get “hopelessly lost” on the way to the church with the bridegroom and best man.
Most of our blogs talk, we hope, about pretty useful and meaningful things but we also like to have fun at Bayside Limousines.
This is a subject we’ve blogged on before but we’re not going to apologise for issuing a quick reminder.
There are some great events that justify having a good time and a night out, perhaps including limo hire.
Stag or hen nights, birthdays, sporting events and anniversaries are just a few examples that come to mind. In fact though, you don’t need an excuse.
We periodically share FAQs and our answers on a range of subjects. Here we’ll be talking about limos, Sydney and weddings.
How many limos can you provide?
That’s easy – as many as you need!
It is often said, quite correctly, that the main focus of any wedding day centers around the Bride and Groom.
That’s why we offer a range of impeccable luxury limousines for wedding transport services.
We’ve seen some news recently from France that caught our eye.
The police were called to a suspicious-looking vehicle in a small town. Upon arrival, they found a man inside who had simply pushed back his seat for a quick nap. What made this unusual though was the fact that he had chosen to do so on a roundabout and was actually so drunk as to be officially described as being “virtually comatose”.
All 7-seaters have to be uncomfortable, spartan vehicles that have all the charm and appeal of a delivery van with some seats welded inside, right?