7 cool ways to arrive at your Wedding

If you’re looking for an exciting way to arrive at your Wedding, a way which will be sure to WOW your guests and make you the talk of the town, then you’ve got to consider these seven very cool means of transport.

1. Luxury or Vintage

Whether you love your luxury Lamborghinis or prefer a vintage Rolls Royce, having a jaw-dropping motor vehicle transport you will mean you’re guaranteed to arrive in style. Choose a colour that suits the theme of the Wedding and let the Groom choose an equally fabulous, matching car – he’ll be as just as excited as you are!

3 Image from tripler.com.au

2. Horse & Carriage

Traditional and romantic, arriving by horse & carriage sets the scene for the perfect Cinderella wedding.

2Images from dparkphotoblog.com and milton-photography.com

3. Up, Up & Away

Think sky-high transport if you want to take your guests’ breathe away! Consider a helicopter for a dramatic entrance, or even a hot air balloon. Bear in mind your Wedding venue, as you’ll need somewhere with ample grounds for this flying craft to land.

4. Motorbike

Vroom, vroom! A motorbike is perfect for the couple who are adrenalin junkies and have a need for speed. Our tip? Make sure you have a detachable skirt which you can add on once you arrive to the venue to avoid the bottom of your gown getting grease-stains!

4Image from rigopoulos-santorini-wedding-photography.com

5. Elephant

No one will forget your entrance if you arrive riding an elephant! Not only are elephants a beautiful, gentle animal, but they’re also the symbol of good luck.

5Image from holmanranch.com

6. Boat

If your venue is on the water, then take advantage of the lake-side location and arrive by boat! If you’re more of a dare devil, opt for a high-powered speed boat, or if you prefer a romantic arrival, choose a classic sailboat or yacht.

PicMonkey CollageImage from sydneyharbourluxecharters.com.au

7. Double Decker

Nothing screams ‘we’re ready to party’ more than a double decker bus! These big beauties are stylish as well as practical and means your entire Bridal party arrive together.

1Image from doubledeckerpdx.com

Main image from Adrian and Paree’s Wedding. Photography by Vangelis Photography


Posted in Expert Advice, Planning, Uncategorized by wedded wonderland

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