How should you decorate a wedding trolley for your big day?

Congratulations, you’re getting married! You have the big day picked and are busy planning, but have you considered how your wedding trolley should be decorated for your wedding party?

When deciding on a trolley company to use for your wedding, be sure to ask how the trolley will be decorated or if it will at all. If you want to use custom decorations, be sure they can accommodate special requests.


The Outside of the Trolley

It is best to be tasteful with the decorations on the outside of the trolley during your big day. Something simple like a sign announcing the bride and groom works great.

Use the colors of your wedding on a sign and other various areas that the company allows. Try flowers, bells, or cans to add a special touch.


Inside the Trolley

Go all out and have fun! Bring life to the inside of your trolley for the day. From flowers and pictures, to food and party favors—you can make the inside look its best.

Try adding props to take photos together that your bridal party can share on social media and make sure to create a hashtag for your wedding and all those photos!

And lastly, make sure you keep all the essentials on the trolley with you—that includes bandaids, hairspray, deodorant, ibuprofen, brushes, bobby pins and anything else you think you might need for the day!


Don’t Forget Entertainment

Let’s start with the music. Make use of playlists—you don’t want your wedding party sitting in silence do you? And you definitely don’t want a lame song stuck in your head as you roll up to your wedding destination either. Make a few mixes of your favorite songs for your trips to the ceremony, reception and home at the end of the night.

Next, plan announcements overhead on the intercom to get the party excited for the wedding and reception. Introduce members of the party or when you will be arriving at the next location. You might even allow people to give their own speeches. After all, talking to a smaller group might be easier for some than a larger group at your reception.

Lastly, make sure to have drinks and snacks because we all know the bridal party will get thirsty or hungry throughout the trip. Bring champagne, wine, water and snacks to munch on between locations—your guests will be happier throughout the night!

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