Making An Exit

Making An Exit

A fleet of red buses will take our guests from the Chapel to our Wedding Reception. Since its a London wedding, this was the obvious choice, but when it came to our own 'get-away' car, well, we wanted something a little more sophisticated.

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Luxury hire car company High Roller London, has just the thing, a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce Phantom. With its spacious interior (good for brides with ball gown style dresses) leather reclining seats and electric umbrella doors, this car is the epitome of luxury. Classic and elegant, it will look good in the wedding photos and since the boys are wearing grey morning dress, we've opted for a silver model decorated with cream ribbons.

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The chauffeur will line up our favourite tunes on the state-of-the-art sound-system and pop open the complimentary bubbly for us to enjoy en route to the wedding reception. We've requested he drives through beautiful Hyde Park and have confirmed with him the all-important pick up/drop off addresses and timings.

All eyes will be on us as we leave the Chapel as newlyweds and with a Rolls Royce waiting in the wings, we can count on a grand exit and very special journey to our reception venue.

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Comments

  • Brides to be- do not use this company under any circumstances. They have lied, taken our deposit and refused to give it back, ignored my phone calls for weeks. I have gone through hell with this hire company!! Very unprofessional!!

    • Chloe
    • 19 August 2012
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  • This is such a gorgeous looking car, super tempted to hire Rolls Royce for my wedding which is going to be held shortly. Lovely man!!!!! http://www.chauffeurride.co.uk

    • Rolls Royce Hire
    • 13 November 2014
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