Wedding Transport Who Needs To Travel Where

Your choice of wedding transport will largely depend upon the weather, terrain, i.e. accessibility of the venue(s), availability of mode of transportation and personal preference. Certainly do not under estimate how important accessibility is. For example the width of gates, firmness of the ground, other road traffic and open space for turning is very important to consider if you desire a horse drawn carriage.

Who and Where do you need to be transported?

1.Going to the Wedding Ceremony Venue: 
– Bridesmaids and Flower Girls 
– Chief Bridesmaid and Bride’s Mother 
– Bride and Father 
– Groom and Best Man 
– Ushers

2. Going from the Wedding Ceremony to the Reception Venue: 
– Bride and Groom 
– Bride’s mother and father 
– Chief Bridesmaid and Best Man 
– Bridesmaids and Flower Girls 
– Ushers

3. Going from the Wedding Reception to Overnight Accommodation: 
– Bride and Groom to bridal suite 
– Remainder of bridal party to a hotel or home

Types of Wedding Tranport

Classic cars are a popular choice and suitable for most weather and terrains. Some choices are: 
– 1949 Bentley 4 door saloon 
– Rolls Royce’s, in particular Silver Cloud 
– Jaguar MKV or XK150 
– Classic Lagonda 
– 1930 Buick Marquette 
– 1930 Pontiac Big Six 
– alternatively a modern stretch limousine

Horse and Carriage are also a popular choice for country weddings. 
– open landau 
– closed carriage 
– ornate coach

Finally some more unusual methods of transportation or arrival at the ceremony, usually undertaken by the groom 
– pall bearers 
– parachute jump 
– skit dive 
– hot air balloon 
– helicopter 
– bi-plane 
– sea plane

Whatever form of wedding transport you choose ensure you make your booking a minimum of two, preferably four months in advance.

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