From South Coast Cadillac | Image courtesy of Aspect Photography
You cannot deny Cadillacs are the epitome of cool and this blue Sedan in particular. With many a celeb at the helm of one over the years, there’ something a little rock ‘n’ roll about the Cadillac. Restored in full, this 1963 model is sure to turn heads.
The Rolls Royce
From Anna Harvey Chauffeur Service
If you’re looking to make a grand entrance, this 1972 Rolls Royce – Silver Shadow 1 in it’s alluring silvery green shade will rise to the occasion. Pristine on the inside and out, it is the epitome of luxury and as with any Rolls Royce, it has tons of presence, perfect for a special occasion like this.
From Cassidy Chauffeur Drive – Wedding Cars
This particular Rolls Royce (Silver Wraith) is straight from the 50s and has a beautiful, dapper monochrome finish. And this chic colour scheme means it will go with just about any wedding style or palette. Details include it’s impressive P100 headlamps at the front and it’s razor edge lines at the back. If you’re after a little more colour, Cassidy Chauffeurs also have a 40s Rolls Royce with maroon wheels for that quirky touch.
From Heffernan Cars
If you’re after luxury, the Bentley has it in buckets. This night fire red 1961 Bentley S2 is all about making a statement from it’s fire red finish to the luxurious red interiors, perfect for that big arrival. If rouge isn’t your colour of choice, fear not, Heffernan Cars also have a tudor gray 1954 Bentley, the same slick style of model, just in a less flashy colour.
From Munster Chauffeurs
Step back to the roaring 20s with this show-stopping Regent. Whether you’re having a summer wedding (roof comes off – yay!) or a fairytale winter affair (it’s fully heated), it’s perfect for Gatsby loving brides looking to make an old-school entrance. This elegant car has an ivory finish, with contrasting champagne wings and tyre casings for an extra glam finish.
You don’t have to be in to surfing or have a fondness for all things 70s to appreciate these incredible VW campervans from Lazy Days. If you are looking for a unique and alternative ride to your ceremony, they have 8 fabulous campers to choose from (and you’ll have so much space for the guna too). Another offering from Lazy Days is their VW beetle (above) – People will not be able to take their eyes off Groucho, this loveable 1968 VW beetle in timeless white.
The Ford Model T
From Getaway Wedding Cars
If you’re after a real classic that has featured in everything from Charlie Chaplin to the Waltons, look no further than this Ford Model T which was originally on the roads in 1923! A true vintage classic, this charming Model T 4-Door has been fully restored and its pillar-box red colour will ensure you’ll make quite the entrance. Ideal for summer weddings (it has a fold away roof but the sides are open), it would be a gorgeous choice for vintage brides and grooms looking for a stylish car steeped in history for their short journey to the ceremony (it is a gentle soul so isn’t suited for long haul drives!).
From Dixon Wedding Cars
If you’re a Daimler kind of guy or gal, you’re in good company as it’s a top choice amongst VIP’s and royalty. This style of car is oh-so-elegant and this chic white version is a nice neutral base that could easily be jazzed up to match your colour scheme.
Lawler Chauffers also have a beautiful burgundy and ivory version as well as a black and ivory option (below) for that wow factor.
From Lawler Chauffeurs
From Absolute Limos
If you’re after a VIP experience for your maids on your last trip to the ceremony as a single lady, it has to be the limo. Absolute Limos have a wide range of limos and hummers, perfect for chauffeuring the bridal party to the venue as well as creating that party atmosphere. And it’s the perfect choice for ladies or gents looking to add a dash of glamour to their wedding. They also have a classic selection of cars for brides and grooms who want to pair their bridal party’s car with a more timeless drive such as Bentley’s, Rolls Royce’s and Beauford convertibles.
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