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How to pick the right colour wedding car

Gone are the days when bride and grooms would have to make to with a traditional white wedding car. These days, you can choose a car decorated in any shade of the rainbow to whisk you to your wedding in style. But how to pick the one that's right for you?


First, consider the colour scheme of your wedding. Are you planning a traditional wedding with the bride in white and the groom in a classic suit? If this is the case, you have a whole palette of colours at your disposal for your wedding car - you can look pretty as a picture in a traditional white vehicle, ramp up the glam factor in an elegant black car or accent your outfits with a wide range of colours. How about a yellow sports car or even a bright pink limousine? After you've chosen, you can add matching details such as buttonholes or place settings to really tie in the look.


Already chosen accenting colours for your wedding, perhaps in the form of blue bridesmaid dresses or red flower arrangements? You can pick a wedding car that matches these colours perfectly, with many modern vehicles available to hire in almost every colour under the sun. If you've got your heart set on a vintage vehicle you might find your options a little more limited, but thanks to the addition of ribbons and balloons in a colour scheme of your choice even the most understated classic car can become the perfect match for your wedding.


To find out more about getting the perfect wedding car for your wedding, not to mention some great deals on vehicle hire for your special day, check out weddingcarhire.co.uk today.

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Getting married and searching for the perfect wedding car for your special day? Make sure you pick the right colour by consulting our quick guide.

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