Friday, September 18, 2015
Check out our latest addition to our cars. A fabulous white Mercedes 6/7 seat limousine with conference seating. We are taking bookings now and it is proving super popular. Call 01355 220 228 to check availability for your date.
“Get Me to the Church” – Chance to win a Honeymoon of a lifetime! Do you have a sense of Adventure? Are you getting married this Summer? or perhaps you know someone getting married? Get Me to the Church is an exciting new series offering couples across the country the opportunity to embark on an adventure of a lifetime ahead of the biggest day of their lives, as well as the chance of winning a Luxury Honeymoon! If you are getting married between July and September 2015 (or know someone who is) GET IN TOUCH! See below for more info or e-mail GMTTC@twofour.co.uk to find out more. N.B. You do not have to be getting married in a church to apply! PS They've extended the date - buit not for long. Good luck!
You are unlikey to forget to arrange for photographs on your wedding, but have you thought where? Your ceremony may be in a beautiful church or hotel so maybe you are sorted. But a natural background of trees and flowers is always attractive. That's when it is a good idea to check out parks. Did you know that a lot of parks and places will turn you away if you haven't booked and paid a fee? So to avoid that on your wedding day, here's some information that may be useful.Glasgow Parks Pollock Park looking stunning in the background with Lynne and John Kerr at their Rolls-Royce ShadowPlease note it is essential to obtain permission before photography will be allowed.Popular parks for wedding photographs are: Bellahouston Park, Botanic Gardens, King's Park Walled Garden, Pollock Country Park, Queen's Park, Victoria Park.Botanic Gardens (Tel: 0141 26 1614) Parking:To retain the peace of the Gardens, there is no parking within the grounds but your permit will allow access for two wedding cars.The cost of your photo permit is £61.ContactGlasgow City Council, PO Box 25068, Glasgow, G1 1ZEPhone: 0141 287 5918 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLanarkshire ParksIn Lanarkshire, Viewpark Gardens is immensely popular. One day we went and there were 4 brides - but don't worry , there is plenty of room for you all.Drumpellier ...
Happy 1st Anniversary to same-sex marriages in BritainDoesn't it make you proud that we are constantly recognising and developing in the direction of accepting each other as equals?1971 Women get equal pay in Britain. Hurrah! I was a student and worked in a hotel. I had to train a new member of staff who was a man so he got more pay than me. It nearly choked me.2010 The Equality Act becomes law. This law makes it unlawful for an employer to discriminate against employees because of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin. 2014 On 13 March 2014, same sex marriages became legal in England with the first same sex marriages taking place on 29 March 2014. Scotland followed later that year on 16 December 2014. Some people in civil partnerships converted to a marriage that very same day but new marriages had to wait until 31 December 2014. Just look at what Cynthia Nixon says. Remember we all loved her in Sex in the City and then she surprised us all by revealing her same-sex partnership. Elton John said it better than me. In a TV interview he said - I love Britain. The people didn't just allow me to marry David:they came out and threw confetti over us. If you or someone you know is planning a same-sex wedding, tell them they'll get a welcome at www.goldchoiceweddingcars.co.ukWe have beautiful wedding cars - Rolls-Royces, Beaufords, ...
Wednesday, March 04, 2015
How is the groom getting to his wedding? This is a question we always ask a bride organising a beautiful Beauford or Rolls-Royce for herself.The answer to this is often a shocking - "I don't know. I never thought about him." So, brides - let me ask you another question. How is the Mother of the Groom getting to her son's wedding?Oops, you didn't forget her too, did you? It is the bride's day but taking the time to make the rest of the bridal party feel special will make you a star.And the memory - good or bad - of how you treated them will stay with your in-laws for the rest of your marriage. So - let me ask again- How is the groom getting to his wedding? Traditionally, a third wedding car collected the Groom, his Best Man and his parents and took them to the ceremony. After the ceremony, the third wedding car took both sets of parents to the reception. Check out these 4 seat Mercedes saloons. Could one of these be the answer to how your groom is getting to his wedding?