Either to arrive at the ceremony, or to take you from the ceremony venue to the wedding breakfast and reception venue, many couples hire transport. Here are some of the options my couples have booked for their special day.
1. Stretch limo Range Rover. Many stretch limos are based on cars from the US. But this is a truly British version of the multi-MPV. Gavin used this one to get all the guys to the Peterborough Marriott together.
Your Wedding Day: Wedding CarsStretch limo Range Rover 2. How about a Rolls? Charlotte didn't know what Michael had booked for their wedding day in Rushden, and imagine her surprise when a chauffeur pulled up in the Rolls Royce. Of course, it had to feature in lots of the wedding photos...
Your Wedding Day: Wedding CarsHow about a Rolls? 3. This looks like another Rolls, but is in fact a Beauford, parked outside Leicester Guildhall and cathedral for Tim and Natalie.
Your Wedding Day: Wedding CarsThis looks like another Rolls, but is in fact a Beauford
4. We have a British theme going on here, with a vintage Jaguar to get James and Nicola from Leicester Guildhall to Swithland for the wedding breakfast. Your Wedding Day: Wedding CarsA vintage Jaguar 5. James and Ruth went for a Bond car - an Aston Martin. And they actually got to drive it themselves, from Oadby church to Ullesthorpe Best Western.
Your Wedding Day: Wedding CarsA Bond car - an Aston Martin
6. Much loved and full of character, how about a VW camper. Jules arrived at Kelmarsh Hall in this one, and it stayed on for some photos after the ceremony, too. Your Wedding Day: Wedding CarsMuch loved and full of character, how about a VW camper 7. Take a taxi - a big yellow New York taxi! Christine and Victoria so much wanted a yellow taxi to get them from Barton Hall Hotel to Corby Masonic Complex that this one was driven half way across the country for them. It certainly got lots of attention! Your Wedding Day: Wedding CarsTake a taxi - a big yellow New York taxi
8. Take a taxi. Literally. For Ruth, the vintage car they had booked broke down on the way to collect her. Fortunately, their neighbour runs a cab and was on hand to rescue her!
Your Wedding Day: Wedding CarsTake a taxi. Literally
9. Or a double-decker bus, perhaps. This one took Jan, Sharon and all their guests from the Nothampton Marriott into The Church restaurant in the centre of Northampton. Hold tight please. Your Wedding Day: Wedding CarsOr a double-decker bus, perhaps
10. Or for a country wedding like this one in Gretton, Northamptonshire, a coach and horses is just the thing. Thomas and Amy took this one for a ride twice round the village before stopping at the community hall. Your Wedding Day: Wedding Cars