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Valentine’s Day Transportation

I am blessed to be married to a thoughtful, loving, and hardworking husband. Every Valentine’s Day, he showers me with gifts. He also takes us to a local restaurant for dinner. However, we always end up loading up in my silver sedan to make the trek to our eatery of choice. If this scenario sounds familiar, you should consider upping the romance factor the Valentine’s Day by securing a luxurious form of transportation on the most romantic day of the year. Depending on your preferences, you might wish to rent a limo, a classic car, or your significant other’s favorite sports car. On this blog, you will discover how to secure the right Valentine’s Day transportation for you and your loved one.

Make A Personalized Wreath To Hang Off The Newlyweds' Car

If you are in charge of decorating your friend's car to announce their marriage, make a personalized wreath to hang from the front or back of their vehicle from a company like A Prestige Limousine. Your friend will appreciate your kind gesture and can display the wreath inside of their home after the wedding.

Use The Following Materials

  • heart shaped wreath form (foam)
  • artificial flowers
  • wooden letters
  • craft paint
  • thin paintbrush
  • bells
  • old newspaper
  • craft glue
  • cotton swabs
  • acrylic craft spray
  • wire
  • wire cutters
  • scissors
  • decorative ribbon

Arrange The Flowers And Bells

Decide how you would like the finished wreath to look. Leave space on the wreath form for lettering and a decorative ribbon. Trim the stems of artificial flowers at an angle so that the ends are sharp. Insert each one into the wreath form. Arrange the flowers so that different colors are displayed evenly around the wreath. If you would like the wreath to make noise as the car moves down the road, attach a piece of wire to some small bells and insert the other end of it into the wreath form.

Add The Names Of The Newlyweds

Use a thin paintbrush and acrylic craft paint to cover wooden letters that spell out the names of the newlyweds. Place the letters on a protected surface before beginning. Use bright colors of paint that complement the colors of the flowers. Once the paint has dried, add a second coat if some of the letters aren't covered evenly. Apply craft glue to the back of each letter with a cotton swab and press them onto the wreath form. 

Make A Bow And Secure The Wreath

Cut a piece of decorative ribbon and tie it into a bow around the top or bottom of the wreath. Apply an even coat of acrylic craft spray to the surface of the wreath. The craft spray will preserve the materials that were used to decorate the wreath. Cut two equal pieces of wire and use them to attach the wreath to the front or back of the car. Wrap the pieces of wire around the top of the wreath and secure them to the grill or trunk by wrapping them around each piece and twisting the ends.

As long as the wires are attached securely to the car, the wreath will not fall off as the newlyweds make their grand exit following the wedding. After your friend arrives home with their spouse, they can display the wreath inside of their home to remember the special day that was shared together.