Five alternative wedding transport ideas
15 Sep 2016
Have fun with your wedding transport and allow your imagination to run wild with these alternative ways to get you to the church on time
From your grand arrival to the journey from ceremony to reception, your wedding transport plays a big part in your big day. Make it a talking point with these memorable ways to travel, perfect for riding solo or alongside your partner.
Keen cyclists will love to incorporate their hobby/professionalism in to proceedings. Ride saddle to saddle with the Electra Swing Tandem 7i Cruiser, or if you want to make an unforgettable entrance, the Loft 7i in Blizzard Blue is a retro showstopper – and perfect for your something blue.
Set on the enchanting Ormesby Broad in Great Yarmouth, The Boathouse offers a magical experience in a tranquil and picturesque setting for your wedding celebration. You can have the exclusive use of the Gentleman Jim for the bride's arrival at the venue and for photographs following the ceremony.
The Cavalry of Heroes in Hay-on-Wye provide a horseback theme to suit your fairytale wedding; from medieval and pirate, to western and 1920s glamour. Alternatively, the horses are in themselves spectacular ‘just as they are’, including beautiful stunning black Friesians and snowy white Andalusians.
The sky’s the limit at the Kingston Estate in Totnes, Devon; a spectacular venue with a licensed area in the grounds to land your helicopter. Brides and grooms who dream of a James Bond entrance, take note.
If you are planning a wedding with a rustic or rural theme, a vintage tractor and decorated trailer fits the bill perfectly. Based in the Chiltern Hills of South East England, the Vintage Tractor Experience has been providing this form of wedding transport for many years. The decoration of trailer and colour themes can be tailored to suit your wedding day style.