PHOTO: Eliza & Melvin’s real wedding, Her World Brides June – August 2014
#1 Wild and Rustic
Some bloggers may think it’s just a tuft of grass on your car, but what Eliza and Melvin did was cute and whimsical. They went with tradition and tied their own paper-wrapped tin cans to the back of their camper van. They also included a Just Married car plate sign, and had a clutch of wild flowers in front of the van.
PHOTO: Wanjun & Waikit’s wedding, Her World Brides December 2013 – February 2014
#2 Get Personal
Wan Jun and Wai Kit opted for a humorous car decal on their bridal limousine with the quote “Marriage lets you annoy one special person for the rest of your life”, with their initials and wedding date
#3 Simply Vintage
Sometimes with a statement car, you don’t need extra frills; let the car do all the talking! For her wedding, Jade Seah made her arrival to church in a Mini Cooper decked with a pastel floral bouquet.
PHOTO: Xing Ling & Chun Yew’s wedding, Her World Brides December 2014 – February 2015
#4 Fun times!
Xing Ling and Chun Yew injected fun details into their celebrations: they had their vintage Beetle adorned with plush toys of their favourite characters on top.
#5 Front to Back
At times, a bright bouquet of flowers at the back of your car is all you need to make your entrance and exit before and after the wedding!
Image: Her World Brides March 2018
#6 Put a hat on it
Dasreena Kaur and Ishvinder Pal Singh married in a beautiful Sikh temple wedding that was followed by a lunch reception The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. Their wedding ride of choice was this Volkswagen Beetle given the cutest accents: a moustache, and a hat and turban thought of by the groom’s father and brother.
Image: Her World Brides June 2018
#7 Good Signs
Mark and Andie’s wedding ride was decorated with rustic greenery, and a calligraphed scroll sign the couple DIY-ed themselves. The pair got hitched with a vivid and fun jewel-toned church wedding and elegant dinner at The Capella.
#8 Floral garlands and ribbons
This couple made a fun getaway in a 1962 Chevy Impala muscle car prettied up with a rustic garland of delicate blooms and eucalyptus leaves, and trailing ribbons.