Five Ways to Make Your Wedding Guests Feel like VIPs17 Feb 2020
Nobody would ever dispute the fact that your wedding day is all about you, your partner, and the love you share together.
Still, let’s be honest:
Your beautiful bride or dashing groom isn’t the only person in your life who you’re close to.
Your family and friends mean a lot to you, so when it comes to celebrating the start of your brand new life, it makes sense that you’d want to include them in the occasion as much as possible.
That’s where we come in.
Today, Smart City Weddings offer our pick of jut five perfect ways to make your wedding guests feel like true VIPs on your big day.
1: Offer a Chauffeur-Driven Transfer for those travelling from afar
Aunt Joan and Uncle John have gone to all the trouble of booking flights and travelling thousands of miles from overseas to attend your wedding, so wouldn’t it be nice to show them how much you appreciate it by arranging for a chauffeur-driven luxury car to collect them from the airport?
Sure, you could always do it yourself, but with countless other tasks still to attend to, booking a luxury airport transfer may be a better option.
Not only does it save you time, but it also gives those tired, well-travelled relatives of yours the chance to relax and unwind in true VIP style.
2: Provide Pre-Reception Entertainment
The hour between the ceremony and the reception may be a wonderful chance for you and your beloved to take wedding photos and maybe enjoy a little quality downtime, but it does leave most of your guests standing around, twiddling their thumbs.
With that in mind, you could think up interesting ways to keep them entertained, such as with a live band, cocktail bar or games.
3: Ensure a Warm Welcome
It’s been a long day already, but if the schedule allows, consider heading to the entrance of the venue to get those guests arriving for the evening reception.
Those guests will understand that you’ll have lots of people to talk to, but a quick, personal greeting will go a long way in making them feel welcome.
This is also a great opportunity to introduce your significant other to friends or colleagues they haven’t met yet.
4: Give them hangover kits
We all enjoy a good party, but let’s face it:
The morning after can often be far less fun than the night before.
Consider putting together small care packages for those who really let their hair down at the wedding. You could include paracetamol, vitamin c supplements, and maybe an eye-mask and some plasters for those post-dancefloor blisters.
5: Include them in Your Wedding Transport Plans
Your chauffeur-driven wedding cars don’t have to be exclusively for the bride and groom. You could also ensure that friends and loved ones travel to and from the venue in style in their favourite chauffeur-driven luxury cars.
Just imagine, you leading the convoy in a first-class Rolls-Royce Phantom while your best friends and family follow closely behind in a stunning Rolls-Royce Ghost or Cullinan. Is there any better way to ensure the ones you love the most stay close to you on this most special of occasions?
To discuss your wedding transport plans with London’s chauffeur company, contact Smart City Prestige today. Alternatively, call us now on +44 (0)20 7792 1191.