Maybe you own the car of your dreams and couldn’t ask for anything better as a wedding car, or maybe the budget is a little tight and you want to save some cash. Using your own personal car or even cars of friends and family can bring the cost of the wedding down and the cars can be easily decorated with ribbons and flowers to look the part at your wedding.
Decorating your own car couldn’t be simpler, there’s just about everything you can think of and need from ribbons to bows to sashes and flowers to help you turn your everyday car into the perfect wedding vehicle for your special day.
You are sure to have some fun with this too, especially if you are recruiting the help of best man and bridesmaids.
Wedding car ribbons and flowers would be the obvious choice when it comes to adding that romantic touch to your vehicle, tying ribbons to wing mirrors, door handles and even threading through car emblems (or the grill) and back through both front doors all take no time at all to achieve a very professional look, make sure you get flowers that will withstand a bit of blowing around or use silk and artificial flowers to be safe.
For that extra special look cover the seats with white satin and place flower displays on the parcel shelf and while you’re going all out make sure to treat yourself to an ice cool bucket of champagne for the drive!
Decorating the Bride and Grooms Car
If you want to go for something a little more fun after the ceremony whilst you’re on your way to enjoy your honeymoon there are now just married stickers especially designs for cars so you don’t have to worry about the paint coming off, they can even come in names of the bride and groom.
To create that original old school look, tie empty food cans to trail from the back of the car along with just married written in shaving foam, it’s sure to do the trick.
Another option is balloons, they come in all shapes, sizes and colours and you can get them for just about any occasion so finding some just married balloons to tie to your car in you colour scheme should be easier then said.