Why do people get married?
The reason could be…. a public demonstration of their commitment one to another in front of family and friends, or the desire for their union to be not only legally recognised, but also by their own personal faith or religion. It can also represent the perfect opportunity for a girl to live out her childhood fantasy of being a true-life princess for a day, and wedded to her very own prince. On the other-hand it could just be “any excuse for a party”!!!
Whatever the reason, congratulations are in order!
Gold Chauffeur Services is committed to providing you with the opportunity to select your ideal wedding vehicle according to your taste and budget. There is a lot to choose from so once you have perused our website and have come up with a couple of possibilities, then give us a call or drop us a line. We started our family-run business in 1998 and have years of experience in guiding our clients through the process of choosing their ideal car. You won’t find any prices on our website because we believe passionately that every wedding is unique and deserving of our personal attention, from our initial quotation, to answering any queries, through to settling last minute nerves and alterations!
Personal service is our number one priority. We do not operate a call centre nor do we operate a “hard sell” policy. You will find us caring, truthful and honest. After all, your wedding day should be the happiest day of your life and we want to play our part in making that happen for you.
Our wedding car fleet is available in central London, Greater London and the Home Counties – that is, Bedfordshire, parts of Cambridgeshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Essex and most parts of Surrey and Kent.
“Keep your eyes wide open before marriage, and half shut afterwards.”
– Benjamin Franklin
For brides tying the knot in North London, the large ancient park that is Hampstead Heath is always a fine space to pause for those all important photographs between wedding ceremony and reception celebrations. The park covers 320 hectares on one of the highest points in London, running from Hampstead to Highgate.