Wedding season is just around the corner. If you’re busy planning your big day, think about how much more special it could be with a vintage car. Typically manufactured between 1930 and 1960, vintage cars are an extremely popular choice for getting from the wedding venue to the reception. While you can always go with a Rolls Royce or Bentley, numerous other options are available for your big day.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Vintage Car for Your Wedding

Since older cars typically have less interior space, the first thing to consider is the length and width of the bride’s dress. The bride and groom’s height is also critical to consider before depositing on a classic car rental. Below are other things to evaluate before settling on the perfect vintage car for your wedding day.

Is There a Back-Up Plan?

No one likes to think their classic car will break down or they will have a fender bender on their wedding day, but it does happen. To ease your anxiety once the big day arrives, ensure that the company you rent a classic car from will provide a second car should you experience any problems.

Colour

How important is it that the colour of the car you rent matches the colours of the attire worn by the bride, groom, and wedding party? If you are the bride and plan to wear a white dress, you may want to avoid choosing a white car since any photos where you pose next to the car may look washed out. Contrary to popular belief, black is the traditional car colour for weddings, not white.

Which Vintage Car is Right for You?

After considering the above factors and locating a few companies that rent vintage cars for weddings, your next big decision is choosing the perfect vehicle.

Aston Martin DB6 Volante

You can’t beat the luxury of this classic car, but you may have to search for a while to find one since only 215 remain in existence. Released to an excited fan base at the London Motor Show in 1965, the Aston Martin DB6 Volante has several unique features. The most noticeable ones include:

  • High roofline
  • Kamm tail rear spoiler
  • Long wheelbase
  • Split bumpers in the rear and front

The length of the Aston Martin DB6 Volante from front to rear is approximately 4.62 meters.

Austin FX4/LTI Fairway

The British Motor Corporation began production of this classic vehicle in 1958. Originally designed as a taxicab, people have grown to love the Austin FX4/LTI Fairway for its unique shape and powerful engine. While the car is slightly noisy, that can add to its charm on your wedding day.

Rolls Royce Silver Cloud

Rolls Royce Limited produced the Silver Cloud from 1955 to 1966, selling just 13,000 of this limited-edition luxury vehicle. The back doors of the Silver Cloud were always too short for anyone to operate it as a limousine back in the day. However, it can be the ideal car to ride in as your driver transports you from the wedding ceremony. The body of the Silver Cloud resembles a sports car, and its engineering was ahead of its time.

Triumph Renown

The Triumph Renown is a large saloon car manufactured for just five years between 1949 and 1954. When looking at the side of this car, you will notice that it resembles a Bentley saloon from the United Kingdom. Since production took place shortly after the end of World War II, manufacturers had to contend with a steel shortage. They made up for this by making the car’s body from aluminum.

The razor-edge lines of the Triumph Renown provide it with a certain elegance that you should appreciate on your wedding day. This car also has deep windows and large rear seats that help to make the bride and groom inside the vehicle more photogenic.

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