Wonderful Wedding Day Wheels

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Every element of a wedding can play a part in helping to create an overall theme and feeling to a big day. There’s an opportunity for everything to have your personal style stamped on it, including your choice of wedding day wheels. 

If you’re looking for transportation ideas to get you to the church on time, look no further! 

 

 

Classic cars

If your wedding day will have a vintage-vibe to it, nothing will beat a classic car for your wedding day wheels.

 

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Go local

If you’re getting married abroad or at home, opt for traditional transportation to add a local flavour to your day.

 

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VW Love

Be a boho bride and arrive at your nuptials in VW style.

 

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Two-wheeled wonders

Who says four wheels are better than two?! If you’re mad about your moped or motorcycle, include your two-wheeled drive in your big day!

 

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These boots are made for walkin’

An idea that has been growing in popularity in recent years is for the bridal party to walk between the chosen ceremony and reception locations. It is traditional in many European countries for a bride and groom to take a stroll through the town after their church ceremony and for them to greet locals, friends and passers-by that they come across as they go. This idea is being seen the world over and is a lovely, memorable moment  for the bridal party as well as for the surprised onlookers.

 

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What wedding day wheels are you going for? 

 

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