Getting the Right Combination of Cars and Wedding Limos Perth

When you’re looking for Perth wedding limos to transport you in luxurious style on your big day, you may need to look at hiring more than just one limo – in fact you may end up with a combination of limos and cars from different providers.

Typically, you will need at least two limousines or cars for the first part of the day so the bride and groom can travel separately. Then, depending on how large the bridal party is, you’ll have the two limousines for transport from the ceremony to photo locations and the reception.

When you also factor in family and other guests that you’ll be providing cars/limos for, you might find you need to add a third to the line up.

Ultimately, the combination of limousines and cars comes down to your taste, how your wedding day is planned out and the size of your bridal party. Here’s a look at what you should consider when figuring out the right combination of limos and cars for your big day.

The style of limo you want

No matter the style of your wedding or your taste in cars, with so many options available, there’s sure to be the perfect looking limo for your big day. However, the style you like will affect how many passengers can be seated in the limousine, and therefore how many limos/cars you will need.

If you’re having a vintage inspired or traditional wedding, or just love the romance of classic cars, then vintage/classic models might be just the style for you. Just keep in mind that vintage and classic limousines do seat less passengers than modern models.

Here’s an example of some of the popular vintage/classic wedding limos in Perth and the number of passengers they can seat:

  • Rolls Royce Silver Spirit – 6 passengers
  • Jaguar Mk7, Mk8 and Mk9 – 4 passengers
  • 1957 Cadillac limousine – 8 passengers.

For couples who prefer a modern style, there are a number of modern limousines to suit which typically have a larger seating capacity than the vintage and classic styles. These include:

  • Chrysler 300c – 10 passengers
  • Mercedes models – between 8 to 10 passengers depending on the model
  • Hummer limousines – between 14 to 16 passengers depending on the model

Then there are a range of wedding cars, both modern and classic which seat up to 4 passengers that can work really well in combination with the limos.

Classic/vintage models:

Modern wedding cars:

  • Mercedes Benz E-Class Sedan
  • Holden Caprice

The number of people to transport and the different trips to cater for

In addition to the model of limousine you choose, of course the number of people and the trips you will be making on the big day will affect the combination of cars and limos that is right for you.

Traditionally, when organising wedding limos and cars you will cater for the bride, groom, bridesmaids, flower girl, groomsmen, page boy and the bride’s parents. You may also organise transport for the groom’s parents and other important guests that will be attending the wedding.

However, not everyone will need to be catered for on each trip. When planning transport for the parents of the bride and groom and other guests, you may only need to have a car or limo take them to the ceremony and then on to the reception if it is in a different location to the ceremony. Whereas the bridal party will typically need to be taken to the ceremony, then to the location for photos and then to the reception.

The final trip that you’ll need to look at transport for is getting the bride and groom to their final destination after the reception.

Combining the cars and limos for a look you’ll love

The final thing to think about when planning a combination of wedding cars and limos Perth is how the different models will look together. Different couples do different things to suit their own tastes. The groom may want to travel with the groomsmen in a sleek Mercedes while the bride chooses a romantic vintage style. Or you may like to keep a streamlined look with two identical white limos, or have a vintage limousine complimented by a vintage car with similar lines.

There’s really no rules here! Have fun, and pick what works for you.