Often on someone’s big day the first thing the guests see is the Wedding Car, some guests might even go as far to say it’s the most important part of the day… With this in mind, it’s surely important to get it right. Sadly, some people don’t get it right and we think we’ve found the 5 worst possible Wedding Car ideas and suggestions around:
People say that size doesn’t matter with a car all the time, and they’re right in most cases, a nifty little car can pack a good punch. Nevertheless, this doesn’t mean the same sentiment applies to wedding car hire. It’s all very well and good being compact, but issues may arise if it’s just that bit too compact to fit the brides dress into.
No one can deny that the the Catherham does what it says on the tin, it’s great for a track day, but probably not the most suitable car for your wedding day. With the absence of a windscreen or roof, but an average 0-60 mph of 3.1 seconds, it’s likely the bride will lose her bouquet before she has chance to throw it if she’s arriving to the church in this. Indeed the same could be said for the grooms top-hat.
VW Camper van
A hero of popular culture, there’s many people who would love their own VW camper, however many wouldn’t care for it on their special day perhaps. Saying that though this might be a shrewd maneuver when it comes wedding car hire to cut down on the costs of the honeymoon afterwards, it could mean two for the price of one!
The Robin is impractical for many purposes and occasions, a wedding must surely be high on that list. Having only three wheels the potential instability could pose issues if there’s a big dress involved, and there would always be the thought that a Reliant Robin, of all cars, would be on your wedding photos… Doesn’t sound very fairy tale does it?
Many people say they wish they could go back in time after their wedding day, unfortunately for some it’s only in fiction that this car would allow you to do such a thing. Not only might you be let down by that misunderstanding, you might also look a bit daft getting out of the famous winged doors in your morning suit.