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8 Wedding Details that Guests Care About


Want us to tell you a little secret? Wedding guests tend to care more about good music on your special day than flowers and decorations. Planning a wedding is a challenging and exciting experience you will remember for the rest of your life, but have you ever wondered what your guests will remember about your big day?

While you drive yourself crazy over the smallest details, there are only a few things your wedding guests truly care about, and they might be the details you may unintentionally overlook. Your wedding should absolutely be about you and your spouse, but putting a focus on what makes your guests happy can bring so much more joy to your big day. However, even though you want to do everything in your power to make sure your guests have a memorable time, you should prioritize and invest your energy in the right direction. Here’s a list of things that your wedding guests really care about.



There are so many details to consider when planning the perfect wedding. The importance of transportation on your big day cannot be stressed enough, especially if you intend to serve alcoholic beverages. Choosing the right chauffeured group transportation service will make your wedding much more enjoyable for your guests. At the same time, hiring wedding transportation for your guests gives you peace of mind through ensuring that they arrive to your venues on-time and back to their accommodations at the end of the evening safely.

To make sure that you can get the right vehicles for your wedding day, hire a chauffeured transportation company well in advance. Typically, couples tend to get their transportation services booked four to five months before the wedding date, after they have long settled on details like the wedding and reception venues and photographer.

With a large and diverse fleet, we take great pride in helping couples find the right vehicles for their weddings, from stylish sedans to take you to the ceremony to fun minibuses that allow your guests travel together in style. Paired with exceptional, personal service from staff members who will be by your side every step of the way, you can always count on Premier Limousine to exceed your highest expectations. Get in touch with our team to learn more about how we can help you put together the perfect wedding transportation program for you and your guests.


The Food

This is not too surprising, but we thought it was still a good idea to mention it! Whether you opt for an array of unique snacks, modern food stations or an elaborate buffet, the food at weddings is always one thing that guests really remember after the big day. Photos of your food may also end up on the Instagram, Twitter or Facebook feeds of your guests, so it’s a good idea to make sure everything is presented perfectly! Also, make sure to offer options for vegetarians, vegans or guests with allergies.


The Bar

For many of your wedding guests, a big highlight of the reception is the drinks. Keep your guests in high spirits all night long with a diversified selection of beverages, including champagne, wine, beer, or even your own specially made signature cocktails. Be sure to also keep in mind that there may be guests who don’t drink, so consider having non-alcoholic versions of your signature cocktails or creating beautiful, healthy new drinks that taste delicious!


The Program

Timing is essential for your wedding guests. Let them know what the program is for your big day and try as much as possible to avoid any lag time. If you’re unable to hold the ceremony and reception within two hours of each other, make other arrangements for your guests. For example, you can have some light refreshments set up in a waiting room at your reception venue. And if you book group transportation for your guests, their ride to the reception can help you get the party started for them even before they arrive to the reception site.


The Music

From the song that plays when you walk down the aisle to your first dance, music sets the tone for every major moment in your wedding. When it comes to the music at your reception, make sure you have the right type playing at the right moments. For example, during the cocktail hour and dinner, play music that’s low enough so that guests can speak to each other without having to scream. When it’s time to party, pump up the volume! Additionally, consider the fact that there may be some guests who don’t want to deal with the loud music, so have a separate room or lounge for guests who simply want to enjoy each other’s company.


The Space

Guests usually notice if there is too much or too little room at the wedding reception. Trying to dance on an overly crowded dance floor can be annoying for some. On the other side of the spectrum, having a large space for a small wedding can take away the charm and intimacy of it. Take your guest list numbers into account when searching for venues, and choose one that perfectly fits the number of guests you’ll be inviting.


Your Graciousness

Don’t forget to show your guests how much you appreciate their attendance and support on your big day! Take some time to walk to each table to simply say ‘hi, thank you and bye’ to the guests there. That thoughtful gesture will make them feel appreciated and happy. And no matter how tempting it may be to forget about those thank-you cards after you get back home from your honeymoon, guests will notice if you don’t send one. Split thank-you note duty into manageable chunks with your spouse to make the task more manageable.

These are just some things you can do to make sure you guests feel like you truly celebrated with them on your wedding day. Of course, you also know your guests better than we do, so get creative and remember that your celebration of love is made even more special when you have people there to share it with you!

Posted on Sep 04 2018

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