Your big day is coming soon? Great to hear that! Do you want to customize your car to fit the wedding day as best as possible? Do you want to make sure you haven’t forgotten about anything critical? You’ve come to the right place then. Today, we will talk about the best ways to prepare your car for your big day so that everything fits perfectly.
Make Sure to Wash it Effectively Before Your Big Day
It would be such a shame to go through the effort of preparing so much for your big wedding day only to realize that you haven’t washed the car. This is why we put this on the top of the list, it’s such a small detail, yet many forget about it. There are spots on your car that will stand out in the photos. After washing the car, there are a few more details that you can add. First, you can wax your car after the washing to make it pop, and finally, give it a good polish for the icing on the cake. You will be travelling a lot, so you might as well be prepared for it.
The Car Needs to Fit the Theme
Have a Toyota Corolla Hatchback and want to show it off? Great! Want to add vintage decorations to it? Better not to. Some cars simply fit better in different themes, so you should be aware of the style and appeal that your car gives off. Use the strengths of your car to make it fit the theme of the wedding and not stick out like a sore thumb.
Inspect the Car
You are getting in the car with your significant other when suddenly you notice that the engine is no longer working. Surely this could never happen to you, right? Wrong! Problems and car failures happen all the time, and with this in mind, you need to be prepared for the worst so that nothing can ruin your perfect wedding ceremony. If you notice that there is a larger problem with the car, one that cannot be easily solvable. If the vehicle in question is a Suzuki, then you are in luck, as you can head straight to One Stop Suzi Shop to have it checked out and apply any fixes that are necessary so that your big day goes without any problems (at least from the technical side of things).
Personalize the Inside of the Car
Regardless of the duration of the ride, you should customize the inside of the car so that it fits the theme of the wedding and it makes for an optimal experience so that the day doesn’t abruptly make a 30-minute pause in the car but is a continuous experience throughout.
And Here Are Some Decoration Suggestions
• Tin Cans
Some might view tin cans as tacky, but this is a marriage tradition that has stood the test of time, and for a good reason! They are simple attention grabbers; you will always notice (and hear) cars that have them strapped on. A few things you should be aware of are: not having the cans still filled (yes, believe it or not, there is a need to say this), using strong ropes, so you don’t lose the cans after 5 minutes of driving (would make quite the anticlimactic finisher), and remove the labels from the cans you intend to use
Signs can be elegant or cheerful; it is down to you to decide on what you want to have. A fabric sign with cursive will add an elegant touch to your car as you drive down the street
• A Wreath
A wreath has been added to marriage cars practically ever since cars were invented. They make for a beautiful, vintage addition that never gets old nor out of fashion. Pro tip: combine them with ribbons for an absolutely stunning winning combination
Adding long roses to your car will make the vehicle look like a fairytale carriage. Just try to fit the colour of the flowers with the colour of the car. You can test them out and see what fits better with the overall aesthetic. You can make them be a minimal detail or go as far as making them the centrepiece of the vehicle
• Lush Greenery
Greenery is always a great addition to a wedding car. It makes the scene much more peaceful and beautiful once the married couple enters the vehicle. A greenery garland will look great no matter what your tastes may be. The hardest part would be getting the garland properly fastened
Balloons make a colourful and lively addition to anything. You can tie balloons of all colours around the car as you make your way to your destination. If you want bonus points, add meaningful messages to them (it can be something personal or the classic “I do”)
Long ribbons add a playful and cheerful aesthetic to the car once attached. You can play around with them and see what you like most; keep in mind that you should still have them fit the color and style of the vehicle itself