Riding away from your wedding as newlyweds means you should ride away in style. We’ve seen sleek classic cars and elegant limousines, but not too long ago, we had another request for a Just Married horse drawn carriage and it reminded me of just how wonderful they can be.
Ride away in style
Landing daintily between whimsy and historic tradition, the sight of a horse drawn carriage waiting outside for a brand new Mr. & Mrs. can be rather magical and quickly opens a whole new lot of photo opportunities along the way. Knowing who to hire is important. Always make sure that the carriage is in good shape, drivers are dapper and that the horses are vibrant, lively, and well-loved. The difference between a true steed and shaggy pony is staggering and can make or break your wedding photos.
When we book for one of our venues, it has never been anything less that extraordinary. As you ride along the beautiful brick roads of Winter Park, not one head will go unturned. The sound of clopping hooves, creaking wood and the sight of a well dressed bride and groom signals the arrival of someone special and everyone knows it.
Horse drawn carriages of Winter Park
Reminiscent of a fairy tale, couples often ride to the rose garden on the edge of central park for a romantic photo shoot before hopping back in for a quick ride down Park Ave, surrounded by cute boutiques, high end cars, and congratulations from onlookers. Those who book their receptions along Park Ave or in the area of Hannibal’s Square can even opt to be dropped off at the doorstep in style.
In Winter Park or elsewhere, the classic, romantic feeling evoked by a horse drawn carriage just can’t be matched. So when you’re thinking about your grand Just Married send off, why not ride off into the sunset to live happily ever after?