Plan your entire wedding, from the welcome drinks to the photo booth, using mobile service providers on four wheels.
It’s the answer to hosting your big day at any out-of-reach location, to create that one-of-a-kind experience.
“We’re seeing a rise in car buyers converting vehicles into mobile service providers” comments AutoTrader Marketing Director Angelique Lynch. “The vintage VW’s are a firm favourite” Lynch adds.
It’s the latest craze to hit the wedding scene and it certainly gives brides the opportunity to choose any location from farm to beach, or bush. If you’re looking to create your wedding on wheels, here is a list of some local companies you’ll want to consider.
The Gin Tin
It’s no secret – gin is in! Serve yours ice cold from this gorgeous, orange mobile bar. The Gin Tin offers a range of different flavours and is the perfect post ceremony whetting.
This mobile champagne bar serves the finest brew from its top-up, bottom-down, hatch server.
This antique-styled mobile coffee shop will have your caffeine needs covered.
Create your own
You don’t always need to hire in help. Any machine on four wheels can be converted, much like this front-end loader cum giant ice bucket.
Mobile food trucks, galore
The best thing about using a mobile food truck, is that the list of suppliers appears endless. From paella to vegetarian, and including vendours offering gourmet menus to suit your palette and budget, you will be spoilt for choice.
For the best paella outside of Italy consider Tutto Food Co. For the most delicious, fresh vegetarian food, look no further than My Darling Clemintine.
To cutomise your menu from a gourmet harvest table to fine dining, look no further than Nardia from Fudart strEATERY.
No service is left un-turned
Even the photo booth has gone mobile. Capture your guest in hilarious poses with the ‘Insta Bus’ from Aisle Hire It.
"We’ve seen a big rise in the use of mobile vendors at weddings, as it allows the bride and groom to create a truly unique, fun and relaxed environment", says Kim White of Kim White Weddings. "We see this trend, and the list of vendors, getting longer each year," White concludes.