Wedding Transport Options for a Quirky Arrival

Wedding transport isn’t quite as central to the wedding as the dress, venue or the guest list, but that doesn’t mean it should be ignored.

Don’t fail to give your set of premarital wheels some serious thought before you say yes to anything that promises to get you there on time. This is your chance to create the fairy-tale ball arrival of your dreams, so don’t take the decision lightly. Here are some of our favourite ideas for arriving at the wedding in style.

VW Campervan

If you’re having a festival themed wedding, there’s no better option for creating that real hippy vibe than turning up a classic splitty.

This is a great choice if you’ve got an outdoor wedding or  somewhere in the open country with a bit more space so you can really enjoy the view of your vintage VW Campervan.

Vintage bus

If you want something even slightly more quirky than a VW Camper, why not dig a little deeper and look for a vintage bus?

This is the perfect arrival transport if you’re planning a vintage-themed day, but make sure you pick a vehicle from the right era!


Tandem anyone? If you’re looking for something even more out there for your wedding transport, why not try a joint bicycle ride to the venue?

For those who aren’t too sure about the exertion factor, you can always opt for an electric bicycle to help you give that extra push – just don’t forget to pick up your dress!


For a particularly cool entrance, there’s nothing better than turning up to your own wedding on a motorbike.

This will go down particularly well if you’re part of a biking community. If you’ve got a dress you need to keep white, why not hire a trike to arrive in?

Air or sea

If you really want to mix things up, why not make your arrival at the venue that bit more memorable by splashing out on an unexpected entrance.

Depending on your venue location, you could whizz down from overhead in a helicopter, or if marine is more your style, try bouncing across the waves on a wedding day vessel – just make sure neither the bride nor groom are prone to sea sickness!

What wedding transport are you planning on for your big day? Share your plans in the comment section below or get in touch with us over on Twitter!

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