Whatever plans you may have on your wedding day, you will want to feel like royalty every step of the way. It's not just about getting to the church on time but the transport you choose for you, your bridesmaids, groomsmen and principal guests should add to the fairy-tale romance of the occasion.
There are so many options to suit the theme of your wedding from modern day cars like Rolls-Royce and Bentley through to 50s or 60s classics, vintage, stretch limos or perhaps even a horse drawn carriage. You might want to make a dramatic entrance by helicopter or a London bus. There really are so many options and these are just a few.
Here’s some great wedding transport suppliers based in the West Midlands from places like Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Coventry, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Warwick, Shrewsbury and Stratford, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your West Midlands Wedding magazine when contacting a wedding transport supplier.
There's no better way to live up to the wedding excitement than making a grand entrance. With over 508K #weddingcar posts on Instagram, there are endless options for couples to be spoilt for choice when picking their dream wedding car. From vintage classics to chic campervans, Avis has analysed and rounded up the most Instagram-worthy cars for your wedding day. These top five wedding cars have also been carefully selected by celebrities to honour their big day, so they have the power to make the couples the 'talk of the town,' on their special day.
Posted: 5 September 2022
As a wedding present, David Beckham gifted his 22-year-old son a £380k vintage Jaguar. In light of this, classic car insurance broker Heritage has looked back on the top five most iconic celebrity wedding cars in recent history.
Mark Wilkinson, Managing Director at Heritage comments: "Classic cars offer a timeless appeal, and they are a great choice because they offer some fun, flair and nostalgia to the day's celebrations, allowing the happy couple to fuse flamboyance and tradition"
Posted: 29 April 2022