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Have you ever seen a bridal couple on a train?! Didn't think so. Getting to your wedding in style is a must. Travelling in a limousine, a Rolls Royce or even a horse-drawn carriage will make you and your groom feel as special as a queen and king. Even asking a friend or relative to drive you is much, much better than public transport! It can be as special as hiring a car, but just make sure to clean it!

There are generally three venues you need to travel to. First to the ceremony venue, then to the reception venue, and then, after the reception, to the hotel/airport/home. However, if you are going to have photos taken at some other venue as well, you need to be driven there too.

Traditionally, three separate parties need to get to the ceremony in style. Therefore, three cars (or other mode of transport, such as horse-drawn carriages) need to be hired, or borrowed from friends or relatives. You and your father should travel in one car. Your mother, maid of honour and bridesmaids, and other members of the bridal party will travel in another car. Finally, your groom should travel together with his best man and groomsmen in another separate car.

From the ceremony to either the photo location and/or the reception venue you and your groom should travel alone. The maid of honour, best man, bridesmaids, groomsmen, and your parents should travel in the second car. And the groom's parents in the third car.

So, whether you travel in a limousine, Rolls Royce, a horse-drawn carriage or a friend's car, you will get to the wedding in style, just what you deserve on your Big Day.

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