Top tips for planning an evening wedding

British couples are known for going against tradition whilst planning a wedding, testing the boundaries of tradition and coming up with their own unique ways of tying the knot. We at wedding car hire have provided vehicles for numerous celebrations which include, festival style weddings as well as 1920s themed ceremonies.

Having heard of some amazing and different ways of saying I do, we are contastantly being impressed by couples innovation. One of our renowned favourites is the evening wedding, with 2017 still set to have many more ceremonies which take place at night time.

Here are a few things to consider whilst planning an evening wedding:


When you decide that you want your wedding to take place later on in the day, you must do some research into which venues offer this particular service. Many locations are fixed on tradition, so it can be quite surprising how many venues are not negotiable on timings.


Most celebratory occasions that kick off in the evening can enjoy an influx of atmosphere, being remembered as more of a party than a formal occasion. However, if you do wish for your ceremony to start later than traditionally, you will most probably require bands, singers and DJs to finish later than usual- just something you should bare in mind when it comes to costings.

Wedding cars

Prices of wedding cars are usually calculated from a number of factors, one of them being the time of hire. Usually a wedding requires a car for a few hours right in the middle of the day, whereas an evening wedding will see the driver working more unsociable hours, therefore charges may rise.

We at wedding car hire have a large fleet of vehicles available to hire across the UK. Let us know if you wish to book one for your evening nuptials.

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