Suppliers of Wedding Cars & Transport

Every couple wants to arrive to their wedding on time and most importantly in style, and that’s where hiring a reputable transport supplier means you can rest assured both are taken care of. Whether it’s something luxurious, sporty, vintage or classic there’s multiple transport options to make a spectacular entrance. From a Rolls Royce to VW Campervan, horse and carriage to a Routemaster bus – you can even arrive by helicopter – the choices are endless! Whatever style of transport you’re looking for be sure to find a suitable supplier here.

 

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As a wedding present, David Beckham gifted his 22-year-old son a £380k vintage Jaguar. In light of this, classic car insurance broker Heritage has looked back on the top five most iconic celebrity wedding cars in recent history.

Mark Wilkinson, Managing Director at Heritage comments: "Classic cars offer a timeless appeal, and they are a great choice because they offer some fun, flair and nostalgia to the day's celebrations, allowing the happy couple to fuse flamboyance and tradition"

Posted: 29 April 2022

Wheels in motion for Norfolk business

Norfolk-based Silverline Limousines & Wedding Cars has been busy during lockdown, getting ready for all the weddings to come. The award-winning business has been helping couples whose weddings have been hit by the pandemic, moving bookings from this year to next and preparing for the influx in demand for 2021 by looking for new wedding vehicles and expanding their fleet.Director Kevin Kitteridge reports, "While we've been unable to entertain viewings we've spent our time constructively on our premises and are immensely excited and proud of our new-look showroom. We can now look forward to exhibiting our cars once again, taking into account all the government measures required to ensure the safety of our customers and staff."

Posted: 14 January 2021