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This afternoon I am delighted to welcome back Laura to the Blog. Today Laura is looking at Transport ideas something that can sometimes be overlooked on your wedding day. How you and your wedding party get to the wedding can really reflect your personality and can make for some pretty fun photos as well!
Hi everybody, me again! It’s great to be back to talk about your alternative transport options today. Long gone are the days of the obligatory Rolls-Royce – why have that when you could have something a little more closer to home? Your parent’s beloved heritage car or your brother’s Golf Mark II? Are you making use of the farm’s trailer or tractor, or the beach-side tram? Bring your entire day together in an instant by extending the things you love to include your journey to the ceremony too!
Taking a car to your wedding or reception is probably the most traditional form of transport, but instead of a traditional vintage car, or luxury hire car why not mix it up a bit and go for something cute and retro. There are SO many choices out there, there should be something to suit anyone’s style and taste. The one thing you do need to make sure, is that the company that you use is properly insured. The reason for this is because if you happen to need a truck accident lawyer because on your way to your wedding there is an accident, if they are insured you are going to be covered and you would potentially end up with compensation for the day.
Cream Car: Boho Weddings by Bohemian Weddings | Yellow Car: Boho Weddings by Ian Shoots Weddings | Red car: Boho Weddings by Chris Fishleigh Photography | Blue car: Boho Weddings by Tux and Tales | Pale Blue car: Boho Weddings by Jacqui McSweeney | Red car: Boho Weddings by Toast of Leeds
The campervan seems to be the go to vehicle at the moment. They are cute, colourful, value for money and roomy, so great for you have a big dress, or if you have a large wedding party. I LOVE them and it seems that everyone does at the moment.
Orange VW: Boho Weddings by Jess Petrie | Blue VW: Boho Weddings by Claire Penn | Mustard VW: Boho Weddings byPaul Joseph Photography | Green VW: Boho Weddings by Tom Redman | Yellow VW: Boho Weddings by Kat Timmins
If you have as lot of guest to transport from one place to another then a vintage bus is the thing for you.? Just be sure to have a back up as these vehicles may be super reliable or keen on bad weather!
Cream and Black: Boho Weddings by Tierney Photography | Open top Bus: Boho Weddings by Jess Petrie | Green and Cream: Boho Weddings by Camilla Arnhold | Black bus and yellow car: Yorkshire Heritage Bus Co. by Tierney Photography
There is a lot of farm and field weddings at the moment, and not only does this mean we get gorgeous barns and tipis gracing this fair pages, it also means there are a lot of brides out there ready to don their wellies, climb on board a big red tractor and arrive in completely practical and statement style. Fantastic!
If you really want some big statement (and aren’t afraid of potentially being a little wind-swept) then arriving from the skies or the water could be completely magical. Check out these fabulous brides commanding All The Attention:
For all those brides on a budget it’s great to see you not being too fussy about what gets you to your man – or him to you! We’ve had trams, buses, trains and a good old black cab. Just make sure they step on it, we know what their time-keeping is like!
Groom on Tram: Boho weddings by Greyeye Photography | Red Routemaster: Boho Weddings by Jules Fortune Photography | Entire Bridal Party : OffbeatBride by Richard Warrington Photography | Yellow Cab: Art Beauty Life by Jenny Ebert Photography
And finally, there’s something so romantic about a tandem, a basket filled with blooms or if you feel less exercise inclined a classic scooter makes the perfect chic accessory.
Blue scooter : Boho Weddings by Mr & Mrs | Black & White: Modern Weddings Hawaii by Stina Kase Photography | Yellow Bike: A Beautiful Mess by Arrow & Apple | Top hats and Scooter : Boho Weddings by Krystina Reynolds