With summer quickly disappearing behind us and the evenings drawing in, it’s the perfect time to think about transport to your winter wedding. And while summer brides and grooms might like to feel the wind in their hair in, say, a convertible or even a horse-drawn carriage, those tying the knot during the colder months will have a different set of requirements. Here, we look at the hottest wedding car trends for winter 2022.
The trend for classic wedding cars is truly timeless, and their popularity doesn’t seem to be showing any signs of slowing down. Choose a monochrome colour scheme to bring your vintage vehicle bang up to date: think white and cream Rolls Royce Phantoms with plush leather interiors, or sleek black Bentleys decked out in contrasting ribbons and flowers. On a smaller scale, Aston Martins are always a popular classic choice.
With the big blowout wedding making a welcome post-covid return, there will be lots of wild parties this winter. Start as you mean to go on by hiring a luxury limousine to transport the bridal party in style. Choose something elegant like a Lincoln Towncar, or turn heads in a stretch Hummer limo complete with on-board dance floor and karaoke machine!
If you’re getting married in winter, it’s important to think about your guests’ comfort too. After all, nobody wants to be waiting around in the freezing cold for lifts to be organised from place to place. Instead, why not hire a party bus for all your guests? Whether it’s a minibus for close family and friends or a full-length coach, choosing this option will ensure that everyone stays dry, comfortable and – most importantly – in the festive spirit.
Or, on the other end of the scale, how about something that’s just for the happy couple? While convertibles might be strictly for summer weddings – unless you’re feeling exceptionally brave – there are plenty of sports car hire options perfect for winter occasions. So why not travel to your wedding in a chauffeur-driven Ferrari, or indulge a lifelong dream and get behind the wheel of a self-drive Lamborghini?