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5 Unique Wedding Transport Ideas

5 Unique Wedding Transport Ideas

When it comes to arriving at your wedding ceremony, you want to make a lasting impression. One way to do that is to choose a less conventional method of travel. We’ve all seen classic cars, horse-drawn carriages and limousines before. Here are 5 of our favourite wedding transport ideas…

Gondola

If your wedding venue is near water, why not evoke scenes of romantic Italy with a gondola ride? Or you could idle lazilly down the river in a punt. Either way, you can sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery as you are propelled towards your wedding in style.

Rickshaw

A rickshaw is a fun option for your wedding transport. Not only can you customise the look with personal decorations, but again you can relax as you make the leisurely journey to your venue. Plus, for added entertainment, you can get the best man or another wedding guest to drive the rickshaw!

Golf Cart

If your venue is outdoors, a golf cart could be a good option. It is likely to be electric and therefore not only better for the environment, but also less likely to disrupt the tranquil surroundings of your ceremony.

Helicopter

For couples who are after a touch more glamour, why not consider a VIP entrance by swooping down in a helicopter? Combine spectacular views of the scenery around your venue with the stylish luxury of arriving from the skies for a chic transport option on your wedding day.

Hot Air Balloon

What could be more romantic? Drifting through the skies, enjoying the panoramic views in peaceful serenity - it sounds blissful. As far as wedding transport options go, this has to be one of the most stylish.

These are just a few fun and fresh ideas which might inspire you to do something different when it comes to wedding day travel. They aren’t only limited to arriving at your wedding, you could also leave your reception using any of these methods. Head to our articles and advice page for more inspiring wedding ideas.



Written by: Rory Lemmon

With a BA in Journalism from the University of Winchester, Rory is an experienced writer and researcher. Keeping on top of wedding trends and traditions, Rory ensures all the content on Guides for Brides and its sister sites are up to date and relevant for couples and businesses alike.

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