We will be attending the Bristol Wedding Show this coming Sunday.
A great opportunity to meet and view our beautiful 1930’s vintage style ivory convertible wedding car and see first-hand the onboard accessories and to discuss your specific requirements for your wedding, as every wedding is different.
All couples can register to avoid queues on the day as this is a very busy fayre please click here, with over 40 wedding suppliers present and lots going on with free canapes, live music, magician and tours of beautiful Leigh Court at Abbots Leigh. A truly special wedding venue and special to us as myself and my husband were married there almost twenty two years ago!
Looking forward to meeting you at this Sunday’s wedding fayre, you won’t miss us, we will be parked directly outside the venue!
Delighted to have been involved in a wedding with Rachel & Darren who were married at St. Peters Church in Bishopsworth last October followed by a wonderful reception at the exclusive manor house, Coombe Lodge in Blagdon.
Photos by a great guy, Adam Rumble Photography, based in Weston Super Mare, but will travel!
With a beautiful sunny day and a tiny village church, what could be more perfect for Maureen and Steve’s wedding!
Following their ceremony at St. Peters church in Wapley, we had the pleasure in driving them ‘the long way round’ to their reception venue at The Players Golf Club in Codrington, where awaiting guests greeted them on arrival and their photographers Ian and Aaron from Admiral Photography took the final photos with the car before we headed home.
It was a real pleasure to have been chosen for their wedding transport as they were such a lovely couple and nice to meet Admiral Photography once again, who provided me with these great photographs, thanks guys!
Always one of our favourite churches, St. Johns in Keynsham, which is also only a couple of miles from our home.
On Saturday, 24 September 2016 we were privileged to be involved in Carley and Dean’s gorgeous wedding where we collected the bridesmaids, pageboys and mother of the bride from a local address also in Keynsham and then returned to collect the bride and father of the bride and travelled to the ceremony in style with the hood down (why waste such a great opportunity with the sun shining!).
After the ceremony, Carley & Dean enjoyed some ‘private’ images with their photographer from Memos Studio in the local Keynsham Park, before arriving at their reception venue at The Old Manor House in Keynsham.
Lovely wedding and a great couple.