The Choice of Wedding Transport Is Very Personal
Who does not dream of arriving at the church in an open horse drawn carriage or a gleaming Rolls Royce? Times have moved on a long way since the bride was accompanied by her bridesmaids and family on the short walk to the church. Very few brides walk any more, preferring instead to make a grand appearance that will place her firmly at the centre of the ceremony.
The choice of transport is endless, and depends a lot on the chosen theme of the day. Universally popular is the vintage Rolls Royce, bedecked with ribbons and flowers, or a classic Bentley or Daimler. All will come with a chauffeur, who will ensure that the bride arrives fashionably late.
What could be more romantic than arriving to the sound of hooves? Open topped carriages, with burnished leather seats, pulled by matching shire horses make a stunning entrance. Closed carriages can be hired for the less than clement English weather, or even Cinderella coaches for a fairytale wedding.
Not everybody wants to take the classic or formal approach. There are many alternatives available for hire, for those with a more modern or quirky view. …