Sunday, February 22, 2015
John and Patricia from Gold Choice Wedding Cars will be on stand 440E at the Scottish Wedding Show at the SECC in Glasgow onSaturday 21st February - 10am-5pm Sunday 22nd February - 11am-5pmThe show offers all the inspiration and expertise you need to plan your perfect day, with the widest range of exhibitors in Scotland, unrivalled catwalk shows and a host of exclusive features.Our cars won't be there as the show ties them up for too many days but we'll be there to answer your questions, check availability for your date and talk you through any queries you have. Our wedding cars are available to hire in Glasgow, Lanarkshire and much of Ayrshire.We are looking forward to seeing loads of beautiful brides and helping them with what they need to know about wedding cars.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Your wedding day will fly in. Trust me. So timing and keeping all its lovely parts on track is essential so you really enjoy it. You don’t want to be so late that your groom is thinking he’s been stood up. You don’t want to be so late at the hotel that the meal is ruined. You don’t want the meal and speeches to be so late that your evening guests are kept waiting two hours and your first dance is at 10 o’clock.Reason 1Having professional weddings cars will help you to keep your day on schedule so you can enjoy all the wonderful different parts of your special day.A car is particularly important if you are going to be moving around – from home to the church or civil ceremony venue then sometimes to a different place for photographs, then on to your reception. Have a wedding car ready and waiting to go at the moment you need it. Reason 2 You do need to get there! And you want to get there looking glamorous and spotless.You will be wearing the most beautiful dress you have ever worn. And it is likely to be white or ivory. You want to make sure that it stays spotless. A proper wedding car will have been cleaned and polished inside and out for you that day. Even if you are going to a church on the street where you live, do you really want to walk? And what if it rains? Can you really see yourself on a bus? ...